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FLOW reports high demand for Super Cup tickets

Published:Friday | October 28, 2016 | 10:00 AM
FLOW's Carlo Redwood.

KINGSTON:

There is a high level of interest in this weekend's ISSA-FLOW Super Cup quarter-finals.

In a release yesterday sponsors FLOW reported an elevated trend in the sale of tickets for the quarter-final round that will see reigning daCosta Cup champions STETHS taking on Bridgeport High School and Hanover's Rusea's High School facing Cornwall College at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in St James.

At Sabina Park, Excelsior High School will oppose Clarendon College while Wolmer's Boys School will battle Kingston College for a slot in the semi-finals. The first match at each venue kicks off at 5 p.m.

Carlo Redwood, vice president for marketing at FLOW, shared that "since tickets went on sale on Tuesday, we have seen significant movement in the purchase of presold tickets for the matches. When the decision was taken to remove the purchase of tickets from the venue to our new ticket hubs, we expected the highest volumes of ticket sales closer to the weekend. That, however, is not the case this week."

According to FLOW, several of its ticket outlets - especially those in Western Jamaica, have reported long lines which started on Tuesday as persons try to secure their tickets for this weekend's highly anticipated matchups.

Entry prices: Sabina Park - $500 for enter both the George Headley and North Stands. Montego Bay: $500 for bleachers and $800 for the grandstand. No tickets will be sold at the venues.

Ticket outlets located in Kingston and St Catherine, include Captain's Bakery, Cuddy'z Sports Bar, Holy Trinity High School, Total Gas Station (Dunrobin & Stanton Terrace), Western Sports (Twin Gates Plaza), York Pharmacy and Petcom (Portmore).

In Montego Bay, tickets are being sold at Captain's Bakery (St James Street), Cars to Go (Catherine Hall), Fontana Pharmacy (Fairview) and Western Sports (Baywest). Tickets for this weekend's matches can also be purchased at Captain's Bakery in May Pen.