Arsenal final match ticket blacklist 88.43 million won → 410,000 won, 1/212 plummet

It is news that the price of tickets for the final game has plummeted as Arsenal, second in the English professional football Premier League (PL), has a slim chance of winning.

According to reports on the 16th (Korean time) by the British Daily Mail and The Sun, the ticket price for Arsenal’s final game soared to 53,000 pounds (88.43 million won) at one time on a resale site, and now, with the possibility of becoming a champion virtually gone, it is now 250. It is trading at the pound (417,000 won). It plummeted to 1/212 of the peak price.

The regular price of the seat is £41.50 (69,000 won). So, 250 pounds is also quite expensive.

Arsenal, which is aiming for the title for the first time in 19 years, has only gained 12 points in the last 8 games. In particular, as they lost 0-3 to Brighton at home on the 15th, their championship challenge was virtually over.

Currently, Arsenal, with 81 points, is 4 points behind Man City (85 points), who have played one game less. With Arsenal two games and Man City three games left until the end of the season. If Man City adds just one win, it will confirm its own championship. As for Arsenal, we have to win both of our remaining games and hope for Man City to win three in a row or draw one and lose two. If Arsenal win the title, it will go down as the greatest come-from-behind win in league history.

Last March,카지노사이트 when Arsenal was on a winning streak, Gooners (a term referring to Arsenal fans) secured tickets for a home game against Wolverhampton scheduled for May 28, local time, in anticipation of being able to enjoy the thrill of winning the league directly on the spot in 19 years. There was competition, and the £41.50 ticket price soared to £53,000. After that, as the team’s performance subsided, the heat of competition for tickets cooled down.

Meanwhile, the Arsenal club is determined to prevent scalpers from taking profit. Arsenal promised, “We will continue to strengthen our efforts and investments to crack down on scalping tickets in order to protect fans who watch matches honestly.”

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