It’ll Cost You More To See Kerry Play This Year

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Stephen O’Brien in action against Tyrone in 2017. Photo by Dermot Crean

IF you’re heading to the Kerry’s Allianz Football League opener against Tyrone next Sunday in Killarney, then be aware that admission prices have gone up.

In the Allianz Leagues, tickets for matches in Divisions 1 and 2 in football and for games in Divisions 1A and 1B in hurling will increase by €3 from €12 to €15 when pre-purchased before match day.

The special buy early offer remains in place and pre-purchased tickets will be 25 per cent cheaper than tickets bought on the day of the game which will cost €20 for adults. Admission for students and senior citizens will be €15. Juveniles are free.

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However, because the Kerry v Dublin game in Tralee is an all-ticket affair, juveniles will have to buy a ticket at the cost of €5.

Unlike the game in Tralee back in March of 2017 where tickets sold out a month in advance, tickets are still available for the February 9 clash. Click here to buy. It has also been revealed that RTE 2 will have live coverage of that big game.

Tickets for this year’s GAA All-Ireland senior hurling and football finals will increase by €10 to €90 for stand tickets and by €5 for Hill 16 tickets to €45.

There will be a €5 increase for tickets to All-Ireland senior hurling and football semi-finals and will cost €50 for the stands and €35 for the terraces. There are no changes to the prices of All-Ireland quarter finals tickets.

Admission to the GAA All-Ireland football qualifiers will increase from €15 to €20 for Rounds 1,2 & 3 and will increase from €20 to €25 for Round 4.

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