Hungary.  PZPN raised ticket prices

“Biao-Czerwoni” recently played in front of her fans on October 9 against San Marino. The most expensive tickets for this start cost 160 PLN (1st category tickets), the cheapest – 90 PLN (3rd category). Matching prices were also in effect prior to the meeting with England.

Before the match with Hungary, prices rose. The most expensive tickets (not counting VIPs) will cost PLN 200. This is how much you will have to spend for a first-class ticket, that is, a place along the stadium. The second category (behind the goals) will cost 160 PLN (previously – 120), the third category – 100 (compared to 90 in England or San Marino). A family ticket will also become a little more expensive (so far – 90 PLN for a guardian and 40 PLN for a child, the price of the latter will increase by 10 PLN), prices for disabled people and the so-called “easy entry”.

On the one hand – the increase can be considered really significant, on the other – ticket prices at a similar level were already in 2014, during the qualifying round for the European Championship, which can be seen below:

Poland will face Hungary on November 15. Before that, he will play away with Andorra (November 12). Paulo Sousa’s team is second in the group table with 17 points. He has lost three eyes to an English major.

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