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Posted on: Mon 30 Jul 2012

Operating hours for the commercial centre and 0871 226 1905 hotline are 9am-5pm weekdays. It is closed on Saturdays until August 11th.

Calls to 0871 226 1905 cost 10p per minute from a BT landline. Calls from other networks and mobiles may cost more.

Fans should note that tickets being collected on matchdays after 1pm (for 3pm kick-offs) should now be collected from the Valley Central drop-in centre in the north-west quadrant (the former Corner Flag suite) adjacent to the ground's main entrance.

A bank-style internal queuing system has been set up with fans able to queue down the ramp and out on to Harvey Gardens if required. The two Valley Gold windows next to turnstile 13 will now operate a matchday ticket queries service. Tickets for future matches are sold from the north-stand ticket office.

2012/13 season tickets

Season tickets for Charlton's 2012/13 Championship season remain on sale, and the club reported that it had more than 10,450 season-ticket holders - in excess of the number with which it started last season - by early July.

Adult seats in the north stand are £290, with places in the east and upper west wings £400 and those in lower west stand and central blocks of the east and upper west £425.

Over 60s and U21s revert to the 2009-11 rates of £200, £275 and £300 respectively, but all U18 season tickets increase from the pre-Easter deadline rate of £75 to £99 to reflect better the current £10 match ticket rate for this age group. U11s stay at £49.

Adults and over 60s/U21s in the family stand will pay £240 and £200 respectively when accompanied by an U18.

The price for wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters in all areas is £240 adults, £150 over 60s/U21s, and £99 for U18s, all with a carer free. Disabled U11s remain £49.

A new season-ticket application form with the revised prices can be downloaded here, and returned to the commercial centre with payment. Existing holders can also renew online.

The Zebra Finance instalment plan is available until July 23rd and a revised monthly payments form can be downloaded here.

Existing seats are no longer reserved. Get more details on 2012/13 season tickets, and see a full price list, here.

Valley Express will continue to operate in 2012/13, which will be its ninth season. There are no changes to current routes and pick-ups and the fare will remain £7, with season passes at £138.

Fans purchasing concessionary tickets - supporters aged 60 or over on August 1st, 2012, who are classed as seniors, and those aged under 11, under 18 or under 21 on the same date - must supply proof of age with their application.

Matchday tickets

Standard matchday ticket prices at The Valley for 2012/13 are £20, £22 and £25 adults, with over 60s paying £13, £18 and £20, U18s £10 and U11s £5. There is also a special £15 price for parents accompanied by U18s in the family stand.

However, these may be varied based on circumstances, with increased prices applying to selected prime games. The higher pricing will apply to a minority of fixtures, which are likely to be against well-supported opposition and take place on a Saturday afternoon without live TV coverage. However, a decision on which games will cost more will only be taken on the basis of the circumstances at the time.

The prime matchday ticket prices will be £22, £25 and £30 adults, with over 60s paying £15, £20 and £22, U18s £10 and U11s £5. The price for parents accompanied by U18s in the family stand will be £17. Get more deails here.

Away match prices are set by the host club and will vary from fixture to fixture. Sales for some away fixtures will be restricted in order to manage demand and protect the rights of particular groups of supporters. For the same reason, away tickets will not always be sold online.

Fans can purchase match tickets online, by calling the hotline on 0871 226 1905 or in person at the Valley commercial centre. The club sells tickets for the day's match at The Valley in the run-up to kick-off unless otherwise stated below, although we advise advance purchase where possible to avoid queues.

Supporters can book £7 return travel to The Valley via the Valley Express coach service. Get more information on pick-up points and timings here.

2012/13 pre-season matches

Bury Town (a) - Tuesday, July 31st (7.45pm)

Charlton will visit Bury Town's Ram Meadow on Tuesday, July 31st (7.45pm) to play a friendly as part of the deal that saw goalkeeper Nick Pope transferred to The Valley in summer 2011.

Tickets are priced £10 adults and £5 concessions and juniors, and fans can pay on the night. Tickets won't be on sale from The Valley in advance.

Crawley Town (a) - Wednesday, August 1st (7.45pm)

The Addicks will visit Crawley Town's Broadfield Stadium on Wednesday, August 1st (7.45pm).

Seating places at Broadfield Stadium are priced £10 adults, £8 over 65s and £5 U18s, and will be £9 adults, £7 over 65s and £4 U18s for a place on the terrace.

Tickets for the match will not be sold from The Valley, but will be available from Broadfield Stadium, including online, over the next few weeks.

Gillingham (a) - Saturday, August 4th (3pm)

Charlton have been allocated up to 3,000 tickets for the pre-season friendly visit to Gillingham's Priestfield Stadium on Saturday, August 4th (3pm), and these are now on  general sale from the Valley commercial centre.

The tickets are located in the open-air Brian Moore Stand, and prices are £15 adults, £10 over 60s, £5, U16s and free for U12s who are accompanied by an adult. Wheelchair and ambulant disabled tickets are £15 with a helper free of charge.

Tickets can also be purchased online via the members-only system.

Tonbridge Angels (a) - Tuesday, August 7th (7.45pm) - CAFC XI

A CAFC XI will play Tonbridge Angels at Longmead Stadium on Tuesday, August 7th.

Tickets for the match will not be sold from The Valley, and full details will be publicised when available.

Fulham (a) - Saturday, August 11th (3pm)

Charlton have announced a behind-closed doors pre-season game at Premier League Fulham on Saturday, August 11th (3pm).

The match on the banks of the River Thames will be a private friendly due to policing restrictions with the Olympic Games taking place across the capital at the same time and no supporters are permitted access.


Leyton Orient (h) - Tuesday, August 14th (7.45pm) - Capital One Cup first round

Tickets are on general sale for Charlton's first competitive match of 2012/13 - against Leyton Orient in the first round of the Capital One Cup.

The Addicks will host the O's at The Valley on Tuesday, August 14th (7.45pm), and all tickets for the encounter are priced £10 adults and £5 U21s and over 60s.

The match has not been chosen for live television coverage, and tickets can be purchased online via the members-only system.

As was the case last season, when the Addicks faced Reading and Preston North End in the League Cup, the club is opening all four sides of the stadium for the fixture. However, the upper north and upper west will not be open.

The usual places of season-ticket holders will therefore not be reserved, and tickets will be posted out until 5pm on Friday, August 10th.

The match will be the first chance for supporters to see the League One champions, who beat the O's in SE7 on March 31st en route to the 2011/12 title, on home turf in the new campaign.

Supporters can book £7 return travel to The Valley via the Valley Express coach service. Get more information on pick-up points and timings here.

Birmingham City (a) - Saturday, August 18th (3pm)

Tickets are on restricted sale for Charlton's first Championship match of 2012/13, against Birmingham City.

The Addicks travel to St Andrews on Saturday, August 18th (3pm) for their first league fixture since returning to the second tier of English football.

And Valley fans have been allocated an initial 2,800 places, with potentially a further 1,400 available.

Tickets are priced £27 adults, £16 over 65s and students (with a valid NUS card), £11 U19s and £7 U13s.

Wheelchair and ambulant disabled places are £20 adults, £10 over 65s and students (with a valid NUS card), £7.50 U19s and £7 U13s (all including a helper free of charge). Six wheelchair spaces are available.

A delay in the delivery of tickets to The Valley mean places did not go on sale on Thursday as planned, but they went on sale at 10am on Friday.

As a result, the second priority phase of the sales process has been pushed back to next Tuesday, July 31st as detailed below.

Tickets are currently on sale to VIP season-ticket holders and Valley Gold season-ticket holders, who can purchase up to two tickets apiece.

All Valley Gold members and season-ticket holders will then be eligible to purchase places from Tuesday, July 31st (to a maximum of two tickets apiece).

Should any remain, tickets will go on general sale on Thursday, August 2nd, when seats will also be available to purchase online.

Birmingham have confirmed that they will sell tickets from St Andrews on the day, should any remain, but prices will increase by £2-5 per ticket.

Supporters can book £18 return travel to St Andrews via the Valley Away coach service, and more information on pick-up points and timings is available here.

Leicester City (h) - Tuesday, August 21st (7.45pm)

Hull City (h) - Saturday, August 25th (3pm)

Tickets for the Valley  matches against Leicester City on Tuesday, August 21st (7.45pm) and Hull City on Saturday, August 25th (3pm) are on general sale at standard prices. Tickets are available to buy online via the members-only system only at present.

Fans can take advantage of reduced prices for both games by purchasing a Perfect Pair £10 advance discount for adults and many over 60s and U21s if they buy the same ticket for the two home fixtures at the same time. Get more details here.

The Perfect Pair offer will mean that adults can see both the Leicester and Hull games for £30 in the north stand, £34 in the east and upper west wings and £40 top-price seats. Over 60s can pay £26 or £30, but the £13 ticket is excluded from the offer.

Tickets must be bought at the same time and cannot be refunded. The initiative reflects concern at declining crowds for midweek matches and may be repeated if successful.

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