Having won the Serie A title for the first time in a decade in 2020/21 and regularly challenging at the top of the Serie A table again, watching Milanese giants Inter has become more appealing for Nerazzurri supporters and those just looking to take in a slice of Italian football.
Add in a trip to one of the most historic and iconic stadiums in world football, the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, and tickets to watch the Biscione become some of the most sought after on the peninsula. It is perhaps worth noting that some small sections of the stadium are blocked off, slightly reducing the capacity of the Stadio San Siro.
So, we’ve got the only guide you need to know how to buy Inter tickets below.
How to buy Inter tickets
Tickets within the Inter sections of the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza are available through the official club website, which is also available in English, but you will need to create a free online account to access the tickets when they go on sale. Don’t worry, though, there’s not much to that at all.
Doing this in advance of when you are planning to travel will allow you to sign up to email alerts from the club, which can be helpful for fixtures more likely to sell out quickly or when special offers are available.
When do Inter tickets go on sale?
Tickets will generally be available around a month before the fixture is due to be played, which is very early by the standards of Serie A tickets. However, for fixtures like the Derby della Madonnina against AC Milan, have been known to go on sale much earlier, with occasional sales to members able to pay via Mastercard.
If you do start looking to buy Inter tickets before they have gone on sale, though, the Inter website has the option to request an email alert when the dates of sale have been announced, which will stop you from missing out on that bucket-list visit to San Siro.
How much do Inter tickets cost?
For most Serie A fixtures, watching Inter at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza can be quite reasonable in price, with tickets in the top tier of the stadium at just €15 and second tier €40. Moving to the premium positions closer to the paying surface has a range of pricing bands between €75 and €200.
When one of Italy’s so-called bigger clubs or Inter’s rivals arrive at the Meazza, though, prices do rise significantly and start at €60 upper reaches of the stadium. The second tier will provide a better view of the action and prices will range between €135 and €175. Whereas you would pay up to around €350 for the lowest tier’s premium seats on the halfway line.