Hull travel agent backlash over £11,000 Euro 2020 final tickets

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Hull travel agent backlash over £11,000 Euro 2020 final tickets

Hull travel agent backlash over £11,000 Euro 2020 final tickets
2021-07-10 13:50:00
A Hull travel agency has removed its listing for extortionate Euro 2020 final packages that were advertised at an incredible £11,700 per person for the most expensive tickets. Travel Tailors by Acklams have their offices on Ferensway in Hull and were looking to cash in on the fervent England support with packages to see the Three Lions in person at Wembley on Sunday. Read more: Hairdresser busy 'doing the Foden' as Euros excitement mounts The agency were offering packages ranging from £5525 per person for Category 2 seating to the eye-watering £11,700 for hospitality seats. The response to their post on Facebook was a mixture of outrage and disbelief with one person asking if the prices included a month in the Maldives. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. Travel Tailors has since removed the post after Hull Live's enquiry about the cost (Image: Hull Live) The Category 2 tickets for the Euro 2020 final being advertised as part of the cheapest package originally went on sale with UEFA at €595 per ticket. Acklams' price was £5525. The Category 1 tickets for the big final were sold by UEFA in the first allocation at €945 per ticket. Acklams' price was £6500 for the standard tier and £8450 for the lower tiers. Hull Live contacted Travel Tailors by Acklams to ask about the additional cost of the tickets but they declined to comment and removed the post from their Facebook page. Fans must display Euro 2020 tickets digitally on Uefa’s EURO Tickets app on arrival at games with no paper tickets available. Despite Uefa’s attempt to ban the resale of tickets, they are available online with sellers able to transfer tickets just by asking buyers for their email address. Uefa said: “Any tickets which are offered for sale on secondary tic

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