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Cost of a ticket to the World Cup final on the black market: 15 thousand dollars Israel today

2022-12-16T09:36:06.113Z


The frenzy ahead of the meeting between Argentina and France at the iconic stadium in Lusail on Sunday is breaking records • Fans who arrived from Buenos Aires without a ticket protested against the FIFA administration, which they claim is not releasing tickets that it reserved for businessmen


Demand for this Sunday's World Cup final in Qatar between Argentina and France is skyrocketing, with a black market ticket selling from $4,500 to $15,000.

Originally, a ticket for the battle for the Cup at Lucille Stadium, which has 88,966 spectators, was $611 in category 3, 1,013 in category 2 and the most expensive ticket, was $1,625, those that the attractive game, caused the brokers to raise the prices.

Those who are indignant about this are the Argentina fans who arrived in Qatar without tickets and last night (Thursday) held a demonstration outside the hotel where some of the heads of world football and the Argentine Football Association are staying and demanded that the organizers release more tickets.

According to estimates, there are close to 10,000 tickets held by the various football associations, from countries that ultimately failed to reach the finals, and FIFA says they are expected to be released tomorrow, presumably at the price of the initial cost.

Before the start of the World Cup, it was estimated that between 30 and 40 thousand Argentinians would come to Qatar to support the national team.

Until the final on Sunday, several more special flights are expected to arrive from Buenos Aires to Doha and the control of the blue and whites will be almost absolute in the stands.

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Source: israelhayom

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