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Messi Mania: Inter Miami Sells Out 2024 Season Tickets in Record Time

Messi Mania: Inter Miami Sells Out 2024 Season Tickets in Record Time.

Despite slight price hike Inter Miami have sold out season tickets for the 2024 campaign, it has been revealed.

The cheapest season ticket during the 2023 campaign was reportedly $485. However, these least-expensive seats went for $884 in the 2024 season. This is an increase of 82%.

The smallest price hike in Inter Miami season tickets came in section 121 of DRV PNK Stadium. Season ticket packages went from $745 each to $1,020, a 37% increase. A section inside the arena close to midfield, however, jumped 112%. Season ticket seats were $3,609 this past season but have now gone up to $7,650.

Inter Miami fans will still have chances to purchase single-match tickets soon. The Major League Soccer side revealed that fans can now sign up to receive further information regarding single-game tickets for the upcoming season. Those willing to sign up for the scheme will enter a special presale opportunity to buy tickets for 2024 matches.

Despite the increase in prices, soccer fans are willing to pay whatever it takes to watch Lionel Messi play. The superstar joined Inter Miami from Paris Saint-Germain back in July. Although he could not help take the club to the MLS playoffs, Messi did produce plenty of magic on the pitch in his first season in the United States. This includes scoring a dramatic late free kick in his first match with Miami and guiding the team to the Leagues Cup title.

Fans are banking that Messi will feature heavily for Miami during the 2024 season. However, this may not exactly be the case. It is expected that the Argentine star will manage the minutes he plays for the club in the first half of the season. This is to help ensure Messi will be fit and ready to go for Argentina during the 2024 Copa America. The tournament is set to be held in the United States this summer.

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