Tickets for our home match against Celtic on Sunday 3 October will go on sale tomorrow morning (Thursday 23 September 2021) at 9.30am.
The match will kick-off at midday due to live coverage on Sky Sports.
At this stage there has been no clear guidance from the Scottish Government on the implementation of their proof of vaccination proposals and how that will operate.
These measures are due to come into effect from 1 October 2021.
Questions remain over how the programme will be implemented and what this will mean for supporters who are not yet double vaccinated or who carry an exemption.
Despite repeated calls for clarity from the Club, they understand that full guidance from the Joint Response Group will not be available until some point next week.
You can buy tickets online from 9.30am on Thursday 23 September, in person from the Pittodrie Ticket Office or by calling 01224 631903.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Red Zone Update
Unfortunately, due to current protocols set out by the Joint Response Group a reduced red zone will remain in operation. In practice this means that parts of Blocks C & D of the Main Stand will remain closed.
Supporters in these affected sections will receive a paper match ticket for a similar seat to the one they had requested for the recent St Johnstone game.
The affected seats that remain part of the red zone are:
Full Front section (AA-GG seats 74-108)
Rows J to M seats 110-119
Partial Front section (AA-GG seats 145-155)
Rows J to M seats 120-129
Anyone sat in an affected area who hasn’t heard from the ticket office can email [email protected].
Staggered Arrival Times
As stated above we are anticipating that proof of double vaccination will be a requirement for all supporters over the age of 18 and that spot checks will take place. The Club are awaiting further guidance from the Joint Response Group (JRG) on how this is to be implemented.
There will be staggered arrival times to control access to the stadium and safe movement when inside the ground. Supporters will also have to agree to the COVID-19 supporters code of conduct which can be found below.
– Blocks S, T & V: 10.45 – 11.15pm (Merkland Lane Turnstiles)
– Blocks W, X & Y: 11.15 – 11.45pm (Merkland Lane Turnstiles)
– Blocks MKL1-MKL3: 11.15 – 11.45pm (Merkland Lane Turnstiles)
– Blocks MKL4-MKL7: 10.45 – 11.15pm (Merkland Lane Turnstiles)
Richard Donald Stand
– RDS Front: 11.15 – 11.45pm (RDS Turnstiles)
– RDS Rear: 10.45 – 11.15pm (RDS Turnstiles)
– RDS Upper: (Blocks 1-3): 10.45 – 11.15pm (RDS Turnstiles)
– RDS Upper: (Blocks 4-6): 11.15 – 11.45pm (RDS Turnstiles)
– Blocks A, B & C: 10.45-11.15pm (Pittodrie st turnstiles)
– Blocks D, E & F: 11.15-11.45pm (Pittodrie st turnstiles)
Face masks must be worn in all indoor areas of the stadium and whilst there is no requirement for lateral flow tests to be carried out, we would encourage their use along with continued use of the Protect Scotland app and cashless payments in the club shop and at our kiosks where possible.
If you have any questions please e-mail [email protected] or call 01224 63 1903 to discuss with our Ticket Office team.
FREE tickets for AberDNA Junior Members
AberDNA Junior members can claim one of their two free tickets which they will be entitled to use throughout the 21/22 season. Initially 500 free tickets for gold and silver price zones will be available for this match on a first come first served basis and all members must be accompanied by an adult.
Launched back in March 2020, AberDNA Junior is a free membership for U12s which provides youngsters with two free match tickets along with the opportunity to ‘Sign for the Dons’ in a special ceremony at Pittodrie. Details on how to claim your free AberDNA Junior tickets can be found below and if you are yet to sign-up you can do so here!