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Good European football hospitality deals available from Travelzoo

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This is slightly off topic for us, except that I know many HfP readers like to redeem their miles and points for VIP Premier League hospitality.

The two obvious routes for this are (click for our articles):

Travelzoo football deals

Travelzoo has a corner of its site which sells unsold football hospitality packages. This was very active during covid as many corporates did not want to encourage social mixing but the options have been a lot thinner this year.

However, Travelzoo has just added a bunch of European games for the next couple of months – the sort of games which never get a full house, even for the biggest clubs. There are also two Carabao Cup games.

What you get varies by what you pay. Take a look at the small print of each game.

Packages currently available as of last night include:

  • Manchester United vs Crystal Palace, 28th September – from £40
  • Manchester City vs Young Boys, 7th November – £59
  • Liverpool vs Leicester City, 27th September – £167
  • Arsenal vs Sevilla, 8th November – £244
  • Manchester United vs Galatasaray, 3rd October – from £67
  • Arsenal vs RC Lens, 29th November – £244
  • Liverpool vs Union SG, 5th October – £167
  • Manchester United vs Copenhagen, 24th October – from £87
  • Liverpool vs LASK, 30th November – £234
  • Manchester United vs Bayern Munich, 12th December – from £219
  • Manchester City vs RB Leipzig, 28th November – £85

You can buy here.

Comments (19)

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  • Richie says:

    Rob highlights a significant problem with 3 row PE cabins, particularly 2-3-2 which is you may just end up in a bad seat because there are no good ones. The 5 row cabins are much better. Emirates on their A380 is enormous and turning left is good for some.

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