Get your 2010 World Cup Tickets Early!
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2010: Get your world cup 2010 tickets early
About 2.7-million World Cup 2010 tickets worth about R4.6-billion (±600 million euro) will be on sale..
The CEO of SA's 2010 FIFA World Cup local organising committee, Danny Jordaan, urged South African football fans to get into the habit of buying their tickets in good time. He warned that from as early as 2008, South Africans would be "fighting" for World Cup tickets with fans from all around the world.
It is estimated that about 2.7-million World Cup 2010 tickets worth about R4.6-billion (±600 million euro) will be on sale for the prestigious sports event.
Accordign to Jordaan, the tickets will probably go on sale from 2008.
Briefing the Gauteng Legislature's sports committee on Monday, Jordaan said there was a tradition within South Africa's soccer fraternity of buying tickets a few hours before kick-off.
"If one wakes up on the morning of the match and decides to go and watch a game between Bafana Bafana and Brazil, for instance, they should not be surprised when they are forced to go and watch that game on television", he said.
SA's organising committee in negotiations with Fifa to ensure that tickets are affordable, Jordaan said. The cheapest ticket at the Korea/Japan World Cup in 2002 went for US$50; in Germany 2006 they will go for 30 Euros.
(source: BuaNews 15 February 2005)