Argentine newspaper denounces problems to buy ticket for World Cup in Brazil

The Argentine newspaper Clarín said that the sale of tickets in the second round of offers lasted less than seven hours to drain. In one of the parts of matter, sources from AFA ( Argentine Football Association ) revealed that they lost track of how many agencies [ Travel ] bought tickets and “as always use it for resale ( … ) Some websites already offer a demand on their websites.”

To Clarín, the second round of tickets lasted as long as “a sigh,” taking into account the balance between supply and demand. The article highlights the number of tickets in the draw which was made available this week , stating that the 228,559,4493 were for Argentine fans. Argentina occupies the 11th place in the ranking order of draw and the total is divided proportionally. FIFA did not say how many Argentines still managed to hit the lottery, “although it was clear that our country was in fifth place on the scale of purchases, behind Brazil, United States, Australia and England,” says the text of the Argentine newspaper.

The article highlights that FIFA and the Organising Committee decided that each country will have 8 % of the total capacity of the stadium where are their selections , in all instances , and believes that this calculation will be insufficient for many fans and is already causing a revolt in many. The text provides a breakdown on the FIFA website in January when there will be the first lottery sales after the classification of groups in key Cup , and tickets should disappear in a matter of hours.

The text of the Clarín criticizes the lottery system FIFA and gives tips to supporters on the paths, yet safe , to get put his hand on a ticket Cup. ” All is not lost ,” says the newspaper . One option mentioned is to purchase through travel agencies , only the prices are different with the inclusion of other services , ranging from classification ” Basic ” to ” Super VIP .”

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Joe Cloud
Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.

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Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.