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World Cup ticket Sales re-open
"Our World Cup stadiums shouldn't just be sold out. They should also be full," Franz Beckenbauer has declared. In order to achieve this goal, the 2006 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee (OC), with the agreement of FIFA, is offering football fans around the world a new and additional chance of securing tickets, via an offer to purchase conditional tickets between 2 and 30 November 2005.
"Anyone who's ever taken an international flight knows about waiting lists. If someone fails to show up, or hands back his ticket, the person at the top of the waiting list takes his place. This is how we intend to proceed with FIFA World Cup match tickets. If we receive returned tickets from allocations set aside for national associations, sponsors or other groups, we intend to redistribute these to customers who have previously registered for conditional tickets," explained Horst R. Schmidt, OC senior vice-president responsible for ticketing.

Purchasers of conditional tickets enjoy three interesting benefits from this new chance. First, it offers the opportunity to make firmer plans, since the possibility of receiving FIFA World Cup tickets has been established at an early stage. Second, the conditional ticket allows customers to focus on a particular venue of their choice. Third, holders of conditional tickets can be certain of priority before any returned tickets are put back on public sale.

Conditional tickets will be sold through the internet at www.FIFAworldcup.com in November 2005. This offer is based upon an estimated number of returned tickets per match. Customers who purchase a conditional ticket can select up to a maximum of seven matches for which they will receive priority for tickets that are returned to the OC. Customers may be allocated, and required to pay for, tickets for only one of the selected matches. The OC will allow a maximum of one ticket for the applicant and up to three accompanying persons.

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