luxury package for the Cup 2018 It can cost up to R $ 9 millions

Sales are organized by company executive was arrested in Rio in 2014.
11/07/2016 13h54 - Updated 11/07/2016 13h54
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The World Cup 2018 promises a luxury treatment for millionaires. A Match, company that came to see its executive arrested in Brazil on suspicion of acting on the black market, presented on Monday the VIP packages for the event, with no popular prices and intended for managers and leaders from around the world of business.

Some of the cabins to the Moscow stadium, the Luzhniki, They are now sold for $ 2,78 millions (R$ 9,1 millions). assuring luxury, sophistication and privacy, the group to 51 people who purchase the box will have a unique treatment, gifts and food first class.

In the Cup 2014 no Brasil, some of the cabins were sold for R $ 4,6 millions, na época US$ 2,3 millions.
For or next World, VIPs fans who choose more tickets “Popular” in exclusive areas of the Russian stadiums can choose packages that will pay between $ 5,8 mil e US$ 11 thousand per entry.

Last week, Regular prices for the World Cup games 2018 They were revealed, with the cheapest of them worth $ 105,00. The price is ten times more expensive than the cheapest entry sold in Brazil 2014.

Internal documents FIFA obtained with state-exclusive revealed that, an entity bidding, A empresa Byrom, the brother who also work with Match, It was not the company that would have the best conditions to work in Cup 2018. Even defeated in the technical report, the company got the right to sell the packages in Moscow.

Second or report, o modelo comercial da Byrom “It is probably not feasible” and is “financially doubtful”.
Total, therefore, Kuoni added 51 the evaluation points, against only 22 when Byrom, which ended up with the contract. The paper concludes with an unequivocal statement. “Recommendation: select the Kuoni”. “The offer of Kuoni looks more professional, affordable and reliable and is based on a model of local partnerships”, He indicated FIFA.

After the Cup 2014, then Secretary General of FIFA, Jerome Valcke, Byrom confirmed would be maintained for the Cup 2018, in Russia, with respect to the ticket industry. “The work done by managing our Match tickets operation has been great”, said. “When you work with someone who did it, while there is no case or trial, then there is no reason not to work with a company that has done a good job”, he said. “There is no reason not to extend the agreement based on commercial and financial aspects, as confirmed by the Finance Committee and the Executive Committee (FIFA)”, Valcke added.

The executive Match, Ray Whelan, It had filed its case in Rio de Janeiro.

Source: Estadão

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