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SBD Global/November 9, 2012/Events and Attractions
FIFA Confirms Recife As One Of Six 2013 Confederations Cup Host Cities
Published November 9, 2012
MORE TICKET INFO: FIFA revealed that all tickets will go on sale Dec. 3. During this first sales phase, at least 50,000 category 4 tickets will be offered to Brazilian residents. Students, people over the age of 60 and recipients of the social program Bolsa Familia will be entitled to receive a 50% discount on the ticket face value. Furthermore, elderly people (over-60s) residing in Brazil will be entitled to receive a 50% discount for category 1-3 tickets. In addition, a certain allocation of category 1-3 tickets will be exclusively offered to Visa card holders worldwide in a pre-sale phase from Nov. 21-30. Fans will be able to either buy up to six individual tickets for a maximum of 10 matches or purchase a maximum of six specific series comprising several matches in one venue. For the group stage, tickets for int'l supporters will be sold in U.S. dollars for anywhere between $60 and $140 subject to the category, and tickets for Brazilians will be sold in Brazilian reals ranging from R$57 ($30) in category 4 to R$266 ($130) in category 1 (FIFA).