Absa Premiership

MTN8 tickets selling fast

2015-09-15 15:25
MTN8 trophy (Gallo)

Cape Town - There are now only less than 6 000 tickets available for this weekend’s highly anticipated MTN8 final at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium between Ajax Cape Town and Kaizer Chiefs.

The MTN8 final will kick-off on Saturday, September at 15:00.

There were three ticket categories available to the public: The R40 (Stadium Upper Tier) category is now sold out. Only R60 (East, North, South Lower Tier) and R80 (West Stand Lower Tier) categories are still available.

Tickets are available at Computicket and Shoprite nationwide. Hospitality packages are also available through the stadium.

The PSL has urged football fans to use the next few hours to purchase their ticket to avoid disappointment.

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