Croke Park and Mayo GAA Season Tickets
The Croke Park season ticket was first introduced in 2009 for all Counties in football and hurling, as part of the GAA 125 celebrations. Cáirde Mhaigheo Mayo GAA season tickets (now known as Club +) were introduced for the first time in 2012.
Croke Park Season Ticket
When the Croke Park season ticket was first introduced in 2009, they cost €75 and there were only 250 on sale for each County. There is also an option to purchase a Juvenile season ticket (must be part of an adult account) for €10. In 2010 the number of season tickets for each County increased to 500. In 2011 due to the demand of season tickets the number increased again to 750 tickets per County. At the time of printing, we do not know how many season tickets were allocated to each County in 2012. However in 2013 Mayo and Dublin were the only counties to sell out both their allocations of season tickets. In 2014 season tickets did not go on general sale in Mayo and Dublin and were only open for renewals from existing ticket holders. In 2014 the price of the season ticket also increased to €85 for existing ticket holders. In 2016 the cost of renewing the Croke Park season ticket increased again to €99 for adults, and the cost of Juveniles tickets increased from €10 to €20. The Croke Park season tickets are usually located in sections 304/305/306/307. View the Croke Park seating plan. View the 2017 GAA Season Ticket Terms & Conditions.
Cáirde Mhaigheo Season Ticket
The Cáirde Mhaigheo season ticket was introduced in 2012 and cost €200 per ticket. There is no option to add a Juvenile season ticket to your account. As from 2015 the Cairde season ticket will be fully online the same as the Croke Park season ticket. Existing Cáirde ticket holders will have to set up an online account for 2015. The Cáirde Mhaigheo ticket however has more benefits which are specifically targeted towards patrons who regularly attend club and county matches and wish to financially support Mayo GAA. Please note that the 2017 Cáirde Mhaigheo season ticket is not now subject to the same terms and conditions of the Croke Park season ticket. You will not need to attend 60% of Mayo games in order to qualify for an All Ireland ticket, should Mayo reach the final again in 2017.