World Soccer Talk

Arsenal vs. MLS All-Stars game sold-out, but tickets available on secondary market

Despite Arsenal’s game against the MLS All-Stars being officially sold out, tickets can still be purchased on the secondary market.

With the capacity of San Jose’s Avaya Stadium at only 18,000, it’s no wonder that Arsenal vs. MLS All-Stars is the hottest ticket in town. In fact, tickets for the 2016 MLS All-Star Game have been sold out since April. Initially, they were made available to San Jose Earthquakes season ticket holders. And then the small remainder were sold via a lottery system.

While the game, which is scheduled for July 28, is sold out, tickets are currently available on the secondary market.

Browse through the tickets available for Arsenal vs. MLS All-Stars, which can be viewed on SeatGeek.

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• SeatGeek pulls all the tickets available on other sites into one place, so you save time and never miss a deal. You can even set alerts for upcoming events, and SeatGeek will let you know if ticket prices fall.

• Even better, every ticket on SeatGeek is given a grade, based on value, so you can immediately find underpriced seats. And before you buy, you can use SeatGeek’s detailed maps to see the view from your seat.

• Best of all, SeatGeek is always honest and up front about the price. Unlike StubHub, SeatGeek shows you the full ticket price from start to finish and never surprises you with huge fees at checkout.

Plus, for World Soccer Talk readers, you can receive a $20 rebate after your first order.

NOTE: World Soccer Talk readers get a $20 dollar rebate off their first ticket purchase.

To get your $20 dollar rebate on tickets:

• Visit

• Download the SeatGeek app

• Go to the Settings tab and click ‘Add a promo code’

• Enter promo code WSTPOD

SeatGeek will send you $20 dollars after you’ve made your first ticket purchase.

Once you’ve entered your promo code and made your first purchase on SeatGeek, you’ll receive an email from with simple instructions on how to claim your $20 rebate by Paypal or check!