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World Cup Tickets in High Demand

World Cup Tickets in High Demand  World Cup Tickets in High Demand

Just 24 hours after resuming ticket sales for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, on November 16, a total of 159,402 tickets (98% of the currently available inventory) have been allocated to fans from around the world through FIFA.com/tickets, with only a few products still available in this sales period.

According to FIFA website, as a result of the very high demand, virtually the full inventory of tickets was allocated to fans, with only special-access tickets (SATs, for disabled people, people with limited mobility and obese people) left a few hours after the current ticket sales period opened.

Some 51% of the ticket applications have been placed by Russian fans, with international demand accounting for the remaining 49. Fans from Argentina, Mexico, the US, Brazil, Colombia, China, Australia, Germany and India make up the rest of the top ten.

During the current sales period, which will conclude on November 28, fans will be able to purchase the remaining tickets in real time on FIFA.com/tickets with immediate confirmation of successful applications, subject to availability.

Given the remarkable interest from all over the world, FIFA would like to remind all football fans that FIFA.com/tickets is the only official and legitimate website on which to buy 2018 FIFA World Cup tickets.

Tickets obtained from any other source (for example, unauthorized intermediaries such as ticket brokers, internet auctions, internet ticket agents, internet or other unofficial ticket exchange platforms) will be automatically cancelled once identified and will not entitle the ticket holder to access the stadium or to any refund or other compensation.

Upon conclusion of the current phase, sales will resume on December 5 after the final draw as follows: random selection draw window from December 5 until January 31, 2018, and first-come, first-served from March 13, 2018 until April 3, 2018. Tickets purchased during sales phases 1 and 2 will be delivered free of charge to fans in the weeks leading up to the tournament, with deliveries planned to start in April/May 2018 (subject to change).

A total of 622,117 tickets had already been allocated on the conclusion of the first window of sales phase 1 on October 12.

 

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