Mathematical Survey – Fans who want to travel to France to watch the final between New Zealand and South Africa will have to spend huge sums at prices multiplied by around three.
New Zealand and South Africa will face each other next Saturday at the Stade de France (9:00pm) for the global crown. A shock at the top will send many All Blacks supporters back to Paris, but staying in France could prove too costly for them. In addition to the final ticket, accommodation and airfare prices It will rise, notes the New Zealand Herald.
The local newspaper advertises that prices should exceed 5,000 New Zealand dollars, which is approximately 2,800 euros, while it is usually possible to find places for less than 1,000 euros. Victoria Courtney, director of travel agency Flight Center Travel Group, warned that flights were still available on Sunday to Paris, but prices would rise over time.
Last-minute New Zealanders supporters will first have to look for tickets to the Stade de France. However, there are currently no tickets available and on Sunday morning, the resale platform was not up and running. When the ticket office opened, prices varied From 100 euros (for fourth category seats) to 950 euros (For first category seats).
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