Qatar World Cup 2022 Tickets News

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During the build up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, ticket sales have taken place in phases. The first round of sales took place from July to August, with 520,532 tickets sold. The second round opened on April 5th. It is estimated that approximately 7% of seats have been sold during this period. However, more tickets will be made available before the tournament begins on November 20.

Fifa, the governing body of world football, has released its official data on ticket sales for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. According to the data, Qatar has topped the list of countries that have purchased tickets to the event. Some of the countries that have bought tickets include the United States, England, France, Spain and the United Arab Emirates.

FIFA officials have also urged fans to purchase tickets through official channels. They have also warned against buying tickets from unlicensed sellers. Fifa expects around 3 million tickets to be sold for the tournament. Its official resale platform is expected to open later in the lead up to the tournament. It will also offer a ‘last-minute’ sales phase during the competition.

FIFA’s data also shows that fans in Qatar have purchased the largest number of tickets for the tournament. According to the data, the most expensive ticket in the tournament costs PS1,422. Tickets to the competition’s final cost around PS534. The cheapest tickets for the semi-finals and quarter-finals cost between PS316 and PS846.

There have been some allegations about ticket touting. The media has reported that men have been spotted selling tickets outside of official resale platforms. However, Qatar’s Ministry of Interior has vowed to crack down on ticket touting. It has announced that it will fine any individual found to be selling tickets illegally. The fine can be as high as 250,000 Qatari riyals.

Qatar’s Ministry of Interior has also announced that it has arrested three men who were found to be selling tickets to the tournament. The suspects were reportedly from different nationalities. The suspects were also found to be in possession of several laptops and mobile phones. These items were seized and referred to competent authorities for further legal procedures. The Ministry of Interior has released a blurred image of the suspects in front of confiscated items.

The Qatar authorities have also vowed to crack down on ticket touting in the run up to the tournament. They have also stated that guests who no longer wish to use their tickets must return them to the ticket applicant. The Ministry of Interior has vowed to fine any individual found to be selling tickets illegally. It has also stated that it will fine any individual found to be selling tickets on Facebook.

The Fifa app also has a special feature to allow fans to check the match schedule. It also allows fans to assign tickets for face value. The app also allows fans to buy tickets in advance. There are also hospitality packages available. It is expected that thousands of fans will fly to Doha to attend the tournament.

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