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Boyz vs Panama tickets go on sale today

Saturday, March 16, 2013    

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MEMBERS of the public are advised that tickets for the Jamaica versus Panama World Cup Qualifier at the National Stadium next Friday will go on sale across the island today.

The JFF strongly recommends that football fans should seek to purchase tickets early in order to experience and enjoy what is expected to be an exciting and competitive match.

The majority of the Jamaican team is expected to arrive into Montego Bay tomorrow at 4:40 pm, with other players arriving into Kingston the same and Monday.

Meanwhile, the Panama team will arrive into the island via charter on Thursday at approximately 1:00 pm at the Norman Manley International Airport.

Meanwhile, the public is further advised to listen for the official communication from the traffic department of the Jamaica Constabulary Force regarding traffic protocols on match day.

Ticket Outlets:

* Total Service Station-Liguanea and Stanton Terrace

* York Pharmacy

* Jamaica Pegasus

* Petcom-Portmore and Dunrobin (formerly LG Brown Service Centre)

* Western Sports-Twin Gates and Bay West (Montego Bay)

* LLoyd's Pharmacy- Morant Bay

* All Captain's Bakery and Grill outlets islandwide

Ticket Prices:

Grandstand Category One — $5,500

Grandstand Category 2 — $4,500

Bleachers — $1,500

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