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Inter Miami ticket prices go up over 1000% after Lionel Messi move

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Lionel Messi, the living soccer superstar, has yet to play a game in the United States, but his announcement has put Inter Miami ticket prices over the roof. Messi, 35, has revealed that he will play for Major League Soccer team Inter Miami in the 2023-24 season.

“I’ve made the decision to travel to Miami.” “I still don’t have it completely agreed upon, and a few things are required, but we decided to continue my path there,” Messi told the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo.

It’s unclear how much Lionel Messi, who earned $130 million with PSG last year, will be paid to move to Inter Miami, but it promises to be the biggest acquisition in the MLS’s 27-year history. But he’s going to gain more than simply money from the pact. He will also be given the option to own a portion of Inter Miami and a piece of the revenue generated by new subscribers to Apple TV’s MLS Season Pass.

Although the contract has yet to be formalized, the news has already increased the cost of attending a live Inter Miami game.

TickPick reports that the cheapest ticket price for an Inter-Miami game sold before Messi’s declaration was $29. It is now $329. That’s an increase of about 1034%.

The cheapest ticket on VividSeats for the same Inter Miami game is currently $466. VividSeats offers stadium seats for earlier events, such as Inter Miami’s June 24 encounter versus the Philadelphia Union, for as little as $79. On TicketIQ, the cheapest tickets for Inter Miami’s September 3 match versus MLS champions Los Angeles FC now cost $624, up from $81.

As a result of the news, their social media presence increased. In the previous eight hours, the football team has gained 2.1 million Instagram followers. Inter Miami is already the most followed MLS club based solely on that growth. Incredible figures.