Festive fixture information
Tickets for Swansea City's Christmastime trips to Chelsea and Aston Villa will go on sale from Monday, November 18.
The Swans travel to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea on Boxing Day before they pay a visit to Villa Park to take on Aston Villa just two days later, on Saturday, December 28.
As part of our efforts to reduce costs for travelling supporters, the club has agreed a reciprocal ticket deal with Aston Villa to reduce ticket prices for away fans.
Supporters making the journey to cheer on Michael Laudrup's side will be charged a reduced price of £25 for adults and £10 for concessions, with the offer being reciprocated when Aston Villa visit the Liberty in April.
Meanwhile, Swans fans making the Boxing Day trip to Chelsea will receive complimentary "Travelling Jacks" beanie hats for every ticket they purchase.
The beanie hats can be claimed from the club shop in early December, where the shop will have a list of those who have purchased tickets.
In order to claim the free beanie, supporters are asked to bring with them their match ticket or ID.
Jack Army members will be awarded one point for the fixture against Chelsea, while they will be awarded three points for the tie against Aston Villa.
Full ticket price details:
Adults - £50*
Juniors - £23.50
Concessions - £23.50
Adults - £25
Over-65s - £10
Ages 16-20 - £10
Students/members of Armed Forces - £10
Under-16s - £10
Order of sales:
From 10am, Monday, November 18 to 9am, Monday, November 25
Jack Army members who ARE season ticket holders. Online only.
From 10am, Monday, November 25 to 9am, Monday, December 2
Jack Army members who are NOT season ticket holders. Online only.
From 10am, Monday, December 2
General sale - online, in-person at the Ticket Office or via contacting 0844 815 6665.
For the purchase of disabled tickets, please contact Dan Evans on 01792 616484.
For further queries, please contact the Ticket Office on 0844 815 6665.
*PLEASE NOTE: There are a limited amount of adult tickets available for the price of £47 - first come, first serve.