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How much does a ticket for the Qatar 2022 World Cup cost? Register more than 1 million tickets sold

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With five months to go before the Qatar 2022 World Cup begins, ticket sales are one of the most discussed topics in recent weeks, after the organizing committee announced that 1.2 million tickets have been sold for all scheduled matches.


One of the advantages that Qatar has is that, being a small country, the distances between one locality to another are short, an issue that influences the fanatic to be able to enjoy several games during a week.

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In the midst of more than one million tickets sold, they respond to a demand of more than 40 million requests to buy them, which is equivalent to the fact that only 30% were able to access the tickets exposed in the first two pre-sale phases.


Next month there will be a third phase of sale that would be the last officially, in the three modalities what FIFA decided: per game, per subscription and per stadium.

The stadiums at the Qatar 2022 World Cup will be full for every match. Photo: Taken from www.fifa.com

How much does a ticket for the Qatar 2022 World Cup cost?

According to official FIFA prices, the cheapest ticket has a cost of $69 in category threefor a match, while the most expensive in category 1 is 220 dollarsboth in the group stage, reported the portal goal.com

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The cost increases as the competition develops, as well as for the opening and final match.

For the round of 16 the most expensive ticket is $275Meanwhile he cheapest around 96 dollars. The same situation occurs in the quarterfinals, since in category one it goes up to 425 and the one of category 3 at $206.

In semifinalsofficial prices range between 955 and 367 dollarswhile seeing the final, is in the order of the 1600, 1000 and 600 dollars.


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