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AFF 2018 Cup, Indonesian autumn, tickets to Philippines to sell to sell



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KOMPAS.com – Special facts are for the last match of group B AFF 2018 Cup between the Indonesian national team against the Philippines at the Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK) on Sunday (11/25/2018).

While Indonesia is no longer decisive, the sales price for this match was an important increase.

Checking Kompas.com from the official PSSI website, maps are nowhere far more.

The best sales cards are three categories that make the top level of the stadium. This category cost is the cheapest, the IDR is 50,000.

Until Friday (11/23/2018) noon was less than 100 tickets in this category.

Not only the cheapest ticket, the toughest card, namely the VIP class with the price of Rp 500,000, also good to sell. At present, only 15 books of VIP cards left.

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Up to now, category 1 (rp. 200,000) and category 2 (rp 100,000) are the two most recent categories.

Ticket sales will continue until the match day at PSSI and Bukalapak websites.

PSSI Deputy Business Development, Marshal Masita, is confident that the people of the country will support the Indonesian national team. Marshal said, PSSI sold tickets for as many as 65,000 pieces.

"Last week, 12,000 tickets were for sale," Marshal was seen as BolaSport.com.

"We see how many keys have been sold," adds Marshal.

"Hopefully many Garuda fans will come to see the national team, because this is the last match this year," said Marshal.

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This match against the Philippines was second in Indonesia in the 2018 Cup AFF. In & # 39; The first match played East Timor Leste on Tuesday (11/13/2018).

At that time, the number of tickets was sold 15,138 of 60 sheets.

The lack of action against Timor Leste has been caused by strong protests by supporters of social media by the #KosongkanGBK hashtag.

The criticism was directed at the Indonesian national team lost in # 1.the first match against Singapore and PSSI related to the high cost of tickets. (Mochammad Hary Prasetya)

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