Palmeiras will prioritize members of Avanti, its partner fan program, in selling tickets for the tournament’s final match. Editorsagainst Flamengo, on November 27, in Montevideo, Uruguay. Tickets will be sold to the public from 27th of this month.
The mechanics are still set by the club, but the criteria will almost certainly be similar to those used for matches at Allianz Parque, where members of the higher categories and scores are able to pre-purchase their tickets for the match.
However, the value of tickets should not change, as the price was set by CONMEBOL, without the intervention of the finalist clubs.
Divided into four categories, the cheapest tickets will cost US$200, which is more than R$1,110 at the current price. The high value was already to be expected, said UOL columnist Marcel Rizzo.
According to a statement issued by CONMEBOL, the Uruguayan government has released 50% of the stadium’s capacity, i.e. more than 20,000 seats, which will be divided equally among the fans of the finalists. Half of the amount collected goes to the participating clubs and 50% goes to cover the expenses of organizing and running the event, the federation said.
As for private cabins and berths (on the field side), the value goes up and ranges between $300 and $650, which is more than 3,600 BRL at the current price.
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