Warning about buying World Cup tickets online .. Get it from here

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Submitted by a consumer association in Britain and cited the price of tickets for this match

LONDON (Reuters) – Soccer fans are threatening to pay too much for tickets to the World Cup in Russia, the British Consumer Association has warned. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the Association, known as “Witch?”, That the price of ticket to attend England’s game against Tunisia up to 11337 pounds. Unauthorized sites FIFA has warned that it may cancel any ticket purchased through an unauthorized website to sell tickets. In March, the Consumers’ Association spotted five Web sites selling tickets for the World Cup, including Stap Hap and Ticcombo. Electronic defect Stap Hap said the tickets appeared on the UK website because of a “technical flaw” and there were currently no tickets available for World Cup matches. “Stap Hap is fully committed to the rules in place, so we do not allow the resale of World Cup tickets on our site,” he said. third party Ticcombo said they and fans did not break the law by selling tickets. “If FIFA has a problem with fans who want to sell their tickets to a third party, its problem is not with Tecompo, but with the free market itself,” they said. The best place The 2018 World Cup begins at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on June 14. The final round of ticket sales will be offered by FIFA on April 18. The best place to book tickets for World Cup matches is the FIFA World Cup website: http://ar.fifa.com/worldcup/ Viva says strict ticketing will be imposed during the tournament, and fans will need a special identity card to be able to enter the stadiums. The UK Consumers’ Association urges fans to buy tickets for matches from authorized centers. risk “Football fans should be aware that if they buy a ticket to a World Cup match from an unofficial source, they risk paying too much, and may not be allowed to enter,” said Alex Neil, the association’s official. “If you do not want to risk not watching the World Cup, you have to buy tickets only from the official website for resale through Viva.”

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LONDON (Reuters) – Soccer fans are threatening to pay too much for tickets to the World Cup in Russia, the British Consumer Association has warned. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the Association, known as “Witch?”, That the price of ticket to attend England’s game against Tunisia up to 11337 pounds. Unauthorized sites FIFA has warned that it may cancel any ticket purchased through an unauthorized website to sell tickets. In March, the Consumers’ Association spotted five Web sites selling tickets for the World Cup, including Stap Hap and Ticcombo. Electronic defect Stap Hap said the tickets appeared on the UK website because of a “technical flaw” and there were currently no tickets available for World Cup matches. “Stap Hap is fully committed to the rules in place, so we do not allow the resale of World Cup tickets on our site,” he said. third party Ticcombo said they and fans did not break the law by selling tickets. “If FIFA has a problem with fans who want to sell their tickets to a third party, its problem is not with Tecompo, but with the free market itself,” they said. The best place The 2018 World Cup begins at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on June 14. The final round of ticket sales will be offered by FIFA on April 18. The best place to book tickets for World Cup matches is the FIFA World Cup website: http://ar.fifa.com/worldcup/ Viva says strict ticketing will be imposed during the tournament, and fans will need a special identity card to be able to enter the stadiums. The UK Consumers’ Association urges fans to buy tickets for matches from authorized centers. risk “Football fans should be aware that if they buy a ticket to a World Cup match from an unofficial source, they risk paying too much, and may not be allowed to enter,” said Alex Neil, the association’s official. “If you do not want to risk not watching the World Cup, you have to buy tickets only from the official website for resale through Viva.”

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Submitted by a consumer association in Britain and cited the price of tickets for this match

LONDON (Reuters) – Soccer fans are threatening to pay too much for tickets to the World Cup in Russia, the British Consumer Association has warned. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the Association, known as “Witch?”, That the price of ticket to attend England’s game against Tunisia up to 11337 pounds. Unauthorized sites FIFA has warned that it may cancel any ticket purchased through an unauthorized website to sell tickets. In March, the Consumers’ Association spotted five Web sites selling tickets for the World Cup, including Stap Hap and Ticcombo. Electronic defect Stap Hap said the tickets appeared on the UK website because of a “technical flaw” and there were currently no tickets available for World Cup matches. “Stap Hap is fully committed to the rules in place, so we do not allow the resale of World Cup tickets on our site,” he said. third party Ticcombo said they and fans did not break the law by selling tickets. “If FIFA has a problem with fans who want to sell their tickets to a third party, its problem is not with Tecompo, but with the free market itself,” they said. The best place The 2018 World Cup begins at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on June 14. The final round of ticket sales will be offered by FIFA on April 18. The best place to book tickets for World Cup matches is the FIFA World Cup website: http://ar.fifa.com/worldcup/ Viva says strict ticketing will be imposed during the tournament, and fans will need a special identity card to be able to enter the stadiums. The UK Consumers’ Association urges fans to buy tickets for matches from authorized centers. risk “Football fans should be aware that if they buy a ticket to a World Cup match from an unofficial source, they risk paying too much, and may not be allowed to enter,” said Alex Neil, the association’s official. “If you do not want to risk not watching the World Cup, you have to buy tickets only from the official website for resale through Viva.”

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