Monday 20 September 2021

$200 Dollars For Ticket To Tonight’s Game

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Rigo, with the stadium in the background and who agreed to be photographed, is one of the dozen scalpers with tickets for tonight’s game.

With a limited supply, approximately 100 in total, scalpers outside the National Stadium are cashing in on the fever of the revenge match.

Rigo, one of the dozen scalpers told the Q that prices for the best tickets money can buy (not necessarily the best seat in the 35.000 capacity stadium) goes for ¢100.000 colones or US$200, as he quoted.

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The cheapest priced tickets are ¢35.000 colones or US$70 dollars. And they are going fast.

At 9am this morning cars stopped regularly to inquire prices. Most didn’t buy.

According to Rigo, the price for available tickets starts to go up as the day wears on. However, he and his buddy scalpers don’t expect to be there after 10am.

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