Rangers fans will have to pay between £117 and £129 per head to secure tickets for the club’s upcoming Europa League group stage matches.
These are the prices that have been set by the Gers ahead of the hotly anticipated clashes with Ligue 1 side Lyon, Czech outfit Sparta Prague and Danish Champions Brondby.
Rangers have announced that three-match packages for the games will be launched this week with season ticket holders having a week to purchase the briefs.
Season ticket holders will be able to purchase a three match package for their own seat between 1st September and 8th September.
Season ticket holder prices for the three-match package are £117 for adults, £84 for concessions and £60 for juniors.
Supporters who will be required to move due to the Covid red zone inside the stadium will be notified and then invited to purchase tickets at a discounted rate on Thursday September 9th and Friday September 10th.
Following this, there will be a priority sale for MyGers members only which takes place on Saturday 11th September and Sunday 12th.
Any remaining tickets will then be put on general sale from Monday the 13th.
General sale prices are £129 for adults, £96 for concessions and £72 for juniors.
Supporters signed up to the ‘all home matches’ continuous credit card scheme will have payment taken from Monday, September 6.
The club are clearly hoping to take full advantage of European football at Ibrox once again, especially after Rangers missed out on sizeable gate receipts due to the Covid-19 lockout last season.
The opening game will take place against Lyon on the 16th of September before the club hosts Brondby on the 21st of October and Sparta Prague on the 25th of November.
All matches are on a Thursday and all games kick off at 8pm. Please click HERE to visit the Rangers website and read more.
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