How much are tickets for the USMNT vs El Salvador?
The World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF will resume this week, with the game between the United States against El Salvador set to be played in freezing temperatures.
One of the most anticipated games of matchday nine of the World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF is between the United States against El Salvador. The match will be played in freezing temperatures in Columbus, Ohio at Lower.com Field on 27 January, and a defeat for the ‘Cuscatlecos’ will eliminate them from the World Cup.
According to Accuweather.com, the forecast for the game on Thursday will be in the low 20s, with light winds and a chance of intermittent snow. USMNT coach Gregg Berhalter opted to play in freezing conditions because they have to travel to Tim Hortons Field, 42 miles southwest from Toronto, to face Canada three days later.
Ticket costs for the match against El Salvador
This will be a crucial game for the ‘Cuscatlecos’ because they need to win if they want to keep alive their hopes of returning to a World Cup after 40 years. So a good amount of fans from El Salvador that live in the United States will travel to Columbus to support them on Thursday night.
The cost of tickets is not that expensive to see them play at Lower.com Field. According to Ticketmaster, there are still seats available and the cheapest ones cost between $78 to $85 before taxes and fees. The cost of tickets for ledge seats is between $90 to $125 before taxes and fees.
The west club seats are located behind the benches of each team and those have a value of $200 to $395 before taxes and fees. Meanwhile, the player box seats can go as high as $1,000 and there are still tickets available as of Tuesday 25 January.