Leicester ticket information

24th December 2017
Ticketing News

Tickets for our Premier League fixture at Leicester City will go on sale from 10am on Wednesday, December 27.

The Swans visit the King Power Stadium on Saturday, February 3 (3pm).

Jack Army members are reminded that our #WeAreTwenty initiative is again active this season, which sees the club subsidise the price of every away day ticket when purchased through its Jack Army membership scheme to a maximum price of £20 plus booking fee

If you wish to take advantage of our away fan initiative, you can sign up to join the Jack Army or renew your membership HERE.

Leicester City v Swansea City – King Power Stadium

#WeAreTwenty prices:

Adults - £20*
Seniors (Over-65s) & Under 22s - £15*
Under 18s - £10*
Under 12s - £10*

General sale

Adults - £30*
Seniors (Over-65s) & Under 22s - £25*
Under 18s - £20*
Under 12s - £10*

Order of sale

From 10am on Wednesday, December 27
Jack Army members who ARE season ticket holders. Online only.

From 10am on Tuesday, January 2
Jack Army members who are NOT season ticket holders. Online only.
**Jack Army members who ARE season ticket holders will also still be able to purchase tickets at this time.

From 10am on Monday, January 8
General sale – online, in person at the ticket office or by contacting 0844 815 6665*

Jack Army members will be awarded three points for this fixture.

NOTE: Please be advised that Jack Army members purchasing tickets in the general sale window will be required to pay the full price of the ticket and not the 'We Are Twenty' price.

Supporters will be able to purchase one ticket per Jack Army member.

Tickets will be available from HERE from Wednesday, December 27.

The Ticket Office opening hours:

December 25-26 – closed
December 27-30 – open as normal
January 1 – closed
January 2 onwards – open as normal

** Calls cost 7p per minute plus your standard network rate.


Swans fans are informed that new ticket office booking fees are now in operation. These changes are largely due to new Government legislation being introduced around credit card fees.

Those purchasing tickets via phone or in person at the ticket office will now be charged a booking fee of £2.50 per ticket.

Purchases made via the internet, which equates to 83 per cent of sales, will be charged at £1.60 per ticket. Previous charges amounted to £3 per transaction.

The premium rate telephone number, which cost between 7p and 13p per minute, is being removed.

Calls going forward will be free apart from the normal standard rate charged by your service provider.

The premium rate 0871 and the 0844 numbers will continue for the next few months, but supporters are urged to take advantage of the cheaper phone number of 01792 616400.

This will have options to all the departments, including ticket office, Swans, Ospreys, Stadium Management Company, club shop, reception, catering, conference and events.