By FOCUS REPORTER
Tickets for next weekend’s eagerly anticipated Telkom Knockout Final between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs at Soccer City shoot to the sky minuted after it was announced that they were on sale on Tuesday, November 23.
Matches between the two Soweto giants whcihhave already met five times on the 2010 calendar has been commnanding strong support, and by yesterday (Tuesday, November 23) already 6 000 tickets were sold by 3pm.
Tickets range from R60, R40 and R10 for children and are available from Shoprite/Checkers and Computicket.
For the first time, the League will be experimenting with a concept that will see suite tickets being sold as reserved seating.
These tickets will cost R230 and fans will have a guaranteed reserved seat in a suite on the eastern side of the stadium.
There will be no catering in this suite and these tickets can be purchased from Shoprite/Checkers and Computicket as well.
In addition, fans can also purchase a limited catering suite ticket with reserved seating for R750 and this is also available from Shoprite/Checkers and Computicket.
The League will issue further details later this week regarding public transport arrangements that will be on offer to fans attending the match.