4th September 2011, 09:42 PM
Regarding the date/time of the games, the fixtures list all games as being on the Sunday, but due to TV broadcasting, they are spread out over the Saturday and Sunday, with one game also on the Monday. This is announced on a weekly basis, about 10 days in advance.
As for buying tickets, unless you're getting a very good deal with a hotel, you will be better off simply buying your tickets online yourself. The official site doesn't accept UK credit cards, but you can reliably buy them from http://www.servicaixa.com - this offers the same seats that the official site does, and at the same price. This is bank's website, and you print the tickets at one of their cashpoint machines when you arrive in Barcelona.
You say you want "tickets" - it will likely be impossible to buy two or more seats together now. The best you can do is to find them close together in the same block. However, a few days before the game the seats given back to the club by season ticket holders will go on sale, and you may have a better chance then to find adjacent seats.
5th September 2011, 10:11 AM
Servicaixa is best for tickets, ticketmaster.es is also a good point of call.
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26th October 2011, 10:25 AM
How do you get tickets together? Reputable sites?
Hi all, newbie here.
I want to take my fiancee and her son to the Barcelona - Valencia game in February.
I have tried the official site and servicaixa and cannot find 3 seats together.
I do not mind paying extra for side by side seats from a reseller or agency, but are there any that can be trusted?
31st October 2011, 12:48 PM
Edyta, I'd hold off a bit on buying the tickets and either try the club website, servicaixa or ticketmaster.es. Buying seats together can be a bit tricky but eventually isn't a huge problem. If worse comes to worse you can buy tickets in the same area that are separated a bit and just sit together (ask folks, most generally don't mind moving a seat or two over).
2nd January 2012, 06:08 PM
Tips about a Barcelona stay (football & nightlife)
I've been thinking (and dreaming) about watching a Barcelona game at the Nou Camp. I've been to Barcelona before and I really liked the city but I didn't get a chance to see Barcelona play and I barely had time to go out. This brings me to my question: does anyone have any tips about:
1. Where I might find good deals on trips to Barcelona (possibly including tickets), if tickets not included:How much does an average ticket cost? 2. Good places to go out
Thanks! & Visca el Barca:barca scarf:
3rd January 2012, 10:26 AM
I would buy tickets through the official club channels (fcbarcelona.com - many foreign cards are rejected with an error message, servicaixa.com, ticketmaster.es). You can find official prices on fcbarcelona.com tickets section.
3rd January 2012, 03:38 PM
20th March 2012, 03:04 PM
At what times are the Camp Nou ticket offices open
I've bought a ticket for Barca v Malaga, but unlike other games I've gone to, I can't print it out at home, and I didn't buy it from the caixa website, so I can't use their vending machines either. Therefore I need to go to the stadium, but what are the opening hours? Are they open on a Sunday?
21st March 2012, 10:36 AM
21st March 2012, 11:50 AM
Ta for that, I finally came across it yesterday, should have seen it earlier. I was wondering if anyone could tell me why it is that I can't print the ticket out at home? I bought it from the barcelona website, yet when I try to print, it says "* For matches without check, the option of printing at home your tickets is not available *". What does it mean by 'check'?
21st March 2012, 12:53 PM
I think check means the checkbox at the start of the row. If there is no checkbox, you cannot check it to print. I don't know why it's unavailable for some matches.
Originally Posted by Spector
4th April 2012, 12:03 PM
I've just noticed that if you try to buy Barça tickets from the fcbarcelona.com website, you are taken to ticketmaster's website. Similarly, servicaixa.com no longer exists and trying to access their website redirects you to ticketmaster...
A quick google shows that Ticketmaster bought Servicaixa's ticketing operation a couple of months ago:
So there now appears to be only one official online source for Barça tickets - ticketmaster.es However, this website looks very similar to the old ServiCaixa site, which I am happy about as I had always found that the easiest of the three to use.
I can only hope this is a good thing - that the new combined website is able to cope with the demand at 10am on days tickets go on sale....
26th July 2012, 06:39 PM
26th July 2012, 09:14 PM
I'm not sure how long tickets will be available as I didn't follow sale figures. You may check it regularly at ticketmaster.es.
Originally Posted by AzaR
You have to collect the tickets in person, from the moment you bought them till the start of the match (and probably even after that). You have to show your card used to buy the tickets (and probably your passport/ID) at a ticket office: http://www.fcbarcelona.com/info-tick...hasing-tickets You may try if it is available for print at home at the official site (Tickets section, Tickets pending printing link) but I heard it rarely works for some reason.
The match will be on 23rd of August, 22:30 CET (GMT+2, local time), so it is 20:30 GMT, see here: http://www.fcbarcelona.com/football/...na_real-madrid
28th July 2012, 11:06 PM
Cheers for the information really appreciate it, looking likely i may not be able to go though due to passport complications
Originally Posted by moreino
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