USA-Argentina tickets go on sale at noon today


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If you are a U.S. national team fan with plans of seeing the USA-Argentina friendly at Giants Stadium, and you weren’t one of the fortunate souls who took part in the VISA-sponsored pre-sale this weekend, get your phones and computers ready.

Tickets go on sale at noon today and if the pre-sale is any indication, tickets are going to go quickly. According to U.S. Soccer sources, more than 20,000 tickets have already been sold through the special pre-sale, which lasted less than a week.

The match, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on June 8, has tickets ranging from $35 to $195.

Tickets can be purchased on or by phone at (201) 507-8900 (in New Jersey) or (212) 307-7171 (in New York).

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15 Responses to USA-Argentina tickets go on sale at noon today

  1. mb says:

    are they going to bring in some grass for the game or play on the turf?

  2. kpugs says:

    MB, it will be grass, you can bet on that.

    Kegs and eggs on gameday, by the back fence near gate D, come one come all.

  3. Arvin says:

    I got my tickets from pre-sale:

    Section 237

    Row 4

    Corner seats in the US Supporters. Pre-sales went fast – I got decent mezzanine sideline only to lose it because I took too long :(

  4. Tyler says:

    Got my tickets in the presale friday. Section 123 Row 20. Can’t wait. First time in NYC too. Gonna be a great weekend.

  5. Reid says:

    Tyler, you’ll be impressed that part of NYC is beautiful

  6. Carl Setterlund says:

    Hah, Giants Stadium is in Jersey man. I’m going with a big group of buddies. I was willing to spring for better tickets but unfortunately they weren’t. I’m in the US section behind the goal in the lower level, section 102, row 16. Anyone nearby?

  7. Gerald says:

    I’ll be somewhere in section 101 (pre-pre sale) where the ESC will be standing and singing for the USA

  8. SteveP says:

    Hey Ives: I went to the Red Bulls home opener that drew a whopping attendance of 17K. I had to park about 1/2 mile away from the stadium entrance! Assuming this game draws 70k plus, where the hell are they (the NJ Sports folks) going park all of the cars for this match?

  9. jpc says:

    there will be plenty of parking, and they run shuttles for big events from the far end of the parking lot to the stadium

  10. gerald says:

    How is there going to be plenty of parking some of the lots are already closed for the new stadium construction

  11. pete says:

    if they have parking for concerts and football (they’ve been construcitng the new stadium during the past football season), then the parking will not be an issue

    also, does anyone know what the Giants Stadium policy on noisemakers during soccer matches is? I know for football they’re banned, but I’m guessing they allow instruments, horns, etc. for soccer?

  12. johnson says:

    192 bucks a ticket, huh? that’s called buttsteak fooldoogery. i paid less for world cup tickets and those matches actually meant something.

  13. gerald says:

    Well I’m pretty sure the lots that are closed now were not closed at the end of last season

    I’ve seen drums and bagpipes there for soccer

  14. pete says:

    dang, well all the more reason to get there bright and early to tailgate

  15. Steve T. says:

    There is enough parking, because they ship you out to the IZOD center and bus you over. Its a complete mess.