Tickets for Charlton's Carabao Cup quarter-final tie at Manchester United will go on priority sale from 2pm on Wednesday, December 28th.
The club have received an allocation of 7,403 for the trip to Old Trafford on Tuesday, January 10th (8pm KO GMT).
Tickets will be extended through the loyalty points phases over the next week, as with any high-demand away game. Once fans have the required number of loyalty points to buy tickets, they will be able to purchase up to two tickets each.
Over 65/U18: £14
Ambulant Disabled: Available at the relevant price and the helper goes free*
*Please note the club have a limited number of ambulant tickets available and after we have sold out of this allocation, ambulant supporters cannot receive a complimentary ticket for their helper. If a helper is required, they would then need to purchase a standard ticket at full price.
Wheelchair Bays: 18 wheelchair bays are available at the relevant price and the helper goes free
LOYALTY POINTS SYSTEM
Phase 1: 540 loyalty points with Valley Gold - Wednesday, December 28th from 2pm
Phase 2: 540 loyalty points - Thursday, December 29th from 11am
Phase 3: 520 loyalty points with Valley Gold - Thursday, December 29th from 2pm
Phase 4: 520 loyalty points - Friday, December 30th from 11am
Phase 5: 480 loyalty points with Valley Gold - Friday, December 30th from 2pm
Phase 6: 480 loyalty points - Monday, January 2nd from 11am
Phase 7: 470 loyalty points or Valley Gold - Monday, January 2nd from 2pm
Phase 8: 460 loyalty points - Tuesday, January 3rd from 11am
Phase 9: 230 loyalty points - Tuesday, January 3rd from 2pm
Phase 10: 100 loyalty points - Wednesday, January 4th from 11am
Phase 11: General sale - Wednesday, January 4th from 2pm
Away coach travel will be available for the trip to Manchester United via the club's Valley Away service, priced at £30.
Normal pick-up points are set to be available, with pick-up times to be confirmed in due course.
Fans looking to leave their car at The Valley can register their interest by emailing email@example.com.
The club is also looking at the potential of running the Valley Express service from East Sussex and Kent. To register an interest in the Valley Express service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, December 30th.
Supporters can register their coach interest even if they haven’t been able to purchase a ticket at that stage. The club will then update supporters on final Valley Express plans once a clear picture on demand has been established.
The club are still waiting to receive tickets for the last eight tie at Old Trafford but wanted to make tickets available to supporters as early as possible.
Fans purchasing in person at the club's Ticket Office or selecting collection at The Valley when purchasing online will not be able to collect their tickets until the club have communicated that the tickets are ready for collection via email.
If you aren’t sure if you are opted in to the club’s emails, and would like to be, please email email@example.com.
Tickets will be posted until Thursday, January 5th. Anyone purchasing after this date can arrange a collection either from The Valley or Old Trafford.
Price band abuse
Supporters should be aware that they will be refused entry and will not be given the opportunity to pay for the upgrade either via the club's Ticket Office in advance or Manchester United’s Ticket Office on the day if they purchase in the wrong price band. ID checks will be in place and stewards will be doing checks on every turnstile.
In-person Ticket Office opening hours
The club’s ticket office will be open until 6pm on Wednesday, December 28th as tickets go on sale.
Thursday, December 29th: 11am-5pm
Friday, December 30th: 11am-5pm
Saturday, December 31st: CLOSED
Sunday, January 1st: CLOSED
Monday, January 2nd: 11am-5pm
Opening hours will revert to normal from Tuesday, January 3rd.