Celtic fans balloted a ticket for the derby clash at Ibrox on September 1 will have to fork out £52 for their seat.
Following on from the precedent set last season less than 800 tickets have been made available for the visitors with strict security and segregation in place. It’s expected that the same price will be applied to the December fixture at Celtic Park.
To qualify for a ticket supporters had to attend 19 domestic away matches last season and one away game this term.
The 52£ will have been agreed with our board. Both clubs milking the over rated fixture for every penny.
— Stephen Boyle (@Stephens_Green) August 19, 2019
Both clubs have around 5,000 tickets for general sale for the derby match which generates a nice sum on top of special hospitality packages for the game.
As it stands both clubs have started the season with two wins apiece, victories over St Mirren and Hearts on Sunday will see both clubs kick off at Ibrox with a 100% record.
Celtic will be in action away to AIK in Sweden three days before they cross the city with the closing of the transfer window the following day, September 2 ensuring a very busy period on and off the park.
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As the anger pours out at Tom Boyd the much more serious issue of Stephen Brown is ignored. Who promoted him through to Grade 1, his comments were known to Stewart Regan and why have @celtic not pushed for answers?https://t.co/1ND31rowOZ
— Joe McHugh (@videocelts) August 19, 2019