The madness to see the Final Four of the Basketball Champions League in Malaga has been unleashed This Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., the general sale of tickets began for any basketball fan who wanted to attend the event in which Lenovo Tenerife, Hapoel Jerusalem, Unicaja and Telekom Baskets Bonn will play for the title of the seventh edition of the basketball tournament. FIBA. Well There are only around 400 subscriptions left… two weeks before the event.
Unicaja members had 48 hours of preference to buy their seats in the Palace. ‘Only’ during the first day more than 4,000 were already sold in a demonstration that Martín Carpena will be dyed green and purple to lead his team to the second title of the season. As was logical, the flow of sales fell during the second day and the section in which subscribers from Malaga had that priority closed with around 1,600 locations still to be sold.
This Saturday was the day in which the general public was already able to access the purchase. Just to start, we had to wait between 15 and 20 minutes in the virtual queue, during the sections with the highest concentration of public, to get to look for any location. However, whoever did it after 2:00 p.m. found that only those of Tribuna were, and remain, available (240 euros). I mean, everything else was absolutely sold. Neither Central Basket nor Upper Corners, nothing, only Tribune.
The truth is that the fans from Malaga who did not subscribe to Unicaja took the opportunity to get a good quota of seats. In addition, it must be taken into account that 3,000 Hapoel Jerusalem fans have already booked a flight and stay to be from May 12 to 14 on the Costa del Sol. Although 1,800 do not have a ticket. So it is possible that a peak of the tickets sold this Saturday have been directed towards Jerusalem.
As for the rest of hobbies it is not expected that there will be a displacement as massive as the one that the Hebrews are going to do. Only 300 fans are going to travel from Germany, as the Bonn sports director himself has already commented, and the Canarian public would be close to five thousand in the best of cases.
So, two weeks before the Final Four, Martín Carpena is already close to full. Those who still do not have a season ticket will have to dig deep into their pockets, but the atmosphere and the chance to see how Unicaja win a title in front of their fans are invaluable.