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Euro 2016 Matches Finding Big International Demand Even Six Months before the Tournament


12/28/2015




Euro 2016 Matches Finding Big International Demand Even Six Months before the Tournament
In the months leading up to the tournament, there is growing global demand for Euro 2016 tickets on the resale market. Many group stage matches are already posting big ticket prices on the resale, according to the international ticket market place Ticketbis.
 
There is barely six months for the quadrennial football extravaganza to be kicked off in France. There is growing anticipation for the men’s football championship as the tournament has now expanded the field from its traditional 16 participating countries to 24 and introducing a group stage of six groups of four teams.
 
The tournament would be held between June 10 and July 10 and would be played in 10 different French cities over its month-long tenure.
 
 The growing interest and demand for tickets for even group games is evident from the fact that a June 16 match between England and Wales at Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens currently owns the most expensive “get-in” price where the cheapest ticket available is priced at $579.
 
The current online price for tickets for the opening game of the tournament between France and Romania to be played at the Stade de France is $526, just a little short of the England – Wales match.
 
The lowest get-in price being offered is for a group stage match between Iceland and Hungary to be played at the Stade Velodrome and is available for $83.
 
While the group match between Portugal and Iceland at Stade Geoffroy Guichard on June 14 is currently offering the second lowest priced tickets with a get-in price of $145, the resale website claims that no other group stage matches will fall below $100 except for the one between Iceland and Hungary.
 
It would be costly to attend each of the matched for the Round of 16 which would be held between June 25 and June 27.
 
With tickets starting from $417, the match 1 at Stade Geoffroy Guichard is currently garnering the biggest Round of 16 demands. However with tickets priced from $315 would be the least expensive for the Round of 16 matched for the match on June 25 at Parc des Princes.
 
As the tournament nears and progresses, the prices of tickets will continue to increase. The Quarter Final stage would be played between June 30 and July 3 where four games would be hosted in four separate stadiums.
 
With a get-in price of $590, the top priced Quarter Final match would be the Quarter Final 3 to be held on July 2 at Stade de Bordeaux-Atlantique while the cheapest comes on June 30 at Stade Velodrome at $420.
 
The $600 threshold is expected to be broken for both the semifinal games which are to be held at Stade des Lumieres and Stade Velodrome on July 6 and 7. While the second semi match has a greater get-in price of $689, the get-in price for Semi Final 1 is $602.
 
And needless to say that the biggest resale value tickets is for the Final to be held on July 10 where the cheapest Euro 2016 semifinal ticket seven months befor the match is priced at a lofty $1,365.
 
(Source:www.forbes.com) 






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