Ticket details were revealed for the Scottish Cup semi-finals and it was shown that the most expensive ticket will cost £38 for all four clubs [Scottish FA].
It means that there has been a decrease in price since the Viaplay Cup final last month. Tickets in the north and south stand at Hampden are to be £38 for adults while tickets in the east stand are £28.
In reality, for the clash between Celtic and Rangers, the game will always sell out meaning that the governing body could pretty much charge anything.
The other semi-final will be contested between Falkirk and Inverness Caledonian Thistle and it is likely that there won’t be a big crowd at the game. They both last faced each other at the national stadium back in 2015 in the final of the Scottish Cup and due to a low turnout being expected, tickets for concessions were reduced to £5 meaning that a family of four could have gone to the match for £60.
A cup tie between both sides shouldn’t really cost £38 but both clubs are set to benefit off it as all four clubs share the money pool.
The SFA was able to strike a balance for Scotland’s upcoming international fixtures as it’s only £25 or £35 for the match against Spain in a couple of weeks time which is just slightly cheaper than these cup semi-finals.