It has been two years since spectators were allowed inside stadiums in South Africa due Covid-19, now the football fans are allowed back into the the stadiums but it seems like a lot has changed and fans are unimpressed by the changes.
This will be the first-time that Chiefs will be playing in front of spectators in over two years. However, these long anticipated news also comes with bad news which has left fans shocked.
Kaizer Chiefs fans were left shocked after learning that their team had hiked ticket prices for the game against SuperSport United next weekend.
However, while the fans may be looking forward to the match, they may be turned away by hike in ticket prices.
According to Computicket, the cheapest ticket for the game between Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United is R70, while the tickets for other matches listed on the site are still selling for R40 for adults and R10 for children.
This has raised eyebrows, and fans are now wondering why is it only the Kaizer Chiefs against SuperSport United match tickets whose prices has increased from R40 to R70, while matches listed on the site are still selling for R40.
According to TimesLIVE, the publication reported that the tickets they are signed by the chairperson.
This according to the publication has left fans up in arms over Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United ticket prices.
At the time the publication of going to publication TimesLIVE hadn't received a comment from Kaizer Chiefs management.
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