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PSG - Montpellier: not easy to find places for the Park


The hunt for places for a match at the Parc des Princes got even more complicated with the arrival of Lionel Messi. On every match it's me

If the sudden urge to buy a ticket to go see PSG this Saturday against Montpellier or Tuesday in the Champions League against Manchester City took you, you will quickly realize that it is a waste of time.

Like all the matches of the capital club since 2017 and the arrival of Neymar, the two matches have been sold out for a long time and will be played in front of around 48,000 spectators.

The arrival of Lionel Messi has obviously intensified the craze around PSG home games.

The club recorded eight times more registrations to its ticket sales alerts.

It will therefore be damn lucky to hope to get a place for the next meetings.

There are only places at 479 euros left for the arrival of Angers on October 15.

The sale of tickets for PSG - Leipzig (October 19) and PSG - Lille (weekend of October 30) will soon launch a new race against time.

Best placed: subscribers

In this search for tickets, the best placed remain the subscribers. Like the last four seasons, around 36,000 have subscribed. For each match, therefore, only 9,000 to 10,000 seats are available for purchase individually. Priority is given to subscribers, who can then purchase a maximum of two seats, then to members of the My Paris loyalty program. It is only after these priority buyers that the general public can hope to apply. But it is usually too late by then. "Given the tension, it is now very difficult to find single places if you are not a My Paris subscriber or member," confirms a Parisian leader.

All you have to do then is turn to Ticketplace, the club's official platform reserved for resale of subscribed tickets.

The risk is then to be faced with price inflation as had been the case before the reception in Strasbourg on August 14, on the sidelines of which Messi and the summer recruits were to be presented.

It is only after all these attempts that it will then be possible to hope to win a precious ticket to go applaud Messi, Neymar and Mbappé and see them enter the field under the legendary intro notes of "Who Said I Would ”by Phil Collins.

Source: leparis

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