I don't know, but to me it does not sound too expensive. Of course, for an average Brazilian citizen, this may be a totally different matter. Tickets for slovenian first division matches are more or less the same price, but the quality they offer for the same money is way below brazilian second division.JCamilo said:HOWEVER,
Remember those damn bastards are going to charge 20,00 for the Brasileirao too. Outrageous.
In cinema, you have to be quiet.
A hint - PVC defended the price of the tickets because it could be as going to cinema - and he said the cinema is 14,00. However, here in Belo Horizonte it can be 3,00 or 5,00 and you sit in confortable chairs, in rooms with fresh air, there is no confusion to buy or enter, the toilets are clean, the floor is clean, the quality of the sound and screen are (if not top) very good. Is there any stadium to claim such thing ? And if In Belo Horizonte you can charge 5 or 10,00 using the movies as basis, what make right to charge the different vallue anywhere else ?
I understand your point perfectly. I apologize, I didn't want to sound disrespectful... :depress:JCamilo said:20,00 is about 10% of brazilian mininum wage (which is what more than 50% of the population receives).
If you really think that apart does not seem much (even if with that you can buy milk for a month, or dinner for a week) but when you think, there is also expenses with transportation (which may add about 3,00 to luck bus users to 8,00-15,00 to car users) and you are expected to use money during the match with food and drinks (put another 5,00 -6,00. Remember the club wants money ? In Germnay they want to change the interval from 15 minutes to 20 minutes to the public buy more stuff. Here we want less public in the stadium, less consumers. Then we cry the TV screw up everything, that we can compete with europe ).
Then, you have to think that a team plays 4 time each month in his house. At least. So you use 80,00 to 120,00 to yourself every month (in a country where the majority of the population earns about 250,00)...
Still think it works ? However you build a markets of consumers with families - this mean the father must take his kids to the field ,so in 10 years you have another bunch of consumers faithful to your product (i say father-son because it is footbal, male product), this means a father to take his son would use about 160,00 - 240,00 , in other words- the majority of brazilian population would have to work to go to the stadium. Very smart. Then they complain the stadiums are empty, that people prefer tv and tv rule them, that no one buy stuff they would produce. Very very smart.
Thanks for the info, although I would be much happier to see him do that in Vasco shirt...end3r7 said:I guess you'd be glad to know that Edmundo gave a sweet pass for a goal yesterday.
He would score a beautiful goal himself after a terrific one-two, if the linesmen didn't call an offsides that didn't happen...