How to get the football crowd to buy tickets for a game against AC Milan

A little known secret of Italian football: tickets to every Serie A game sell out within minutes.

A simple online search on the country’s most popular social network can lead you to the nearest ticket kiosk, where you can buy a ticket to the game in the cheapest price.

As in other countries, fans will not have to travel to the venue.

For a single ticket, you can even get two.

In the past year, Juventus have sold out their first home game against Napoli and Fiorentina in Italy’s Serie A, which they lost 4-1 to AC Milan.

The club have also announced they will host Milan at the end of the season, which is likely to be sold out.

To help you make a quick purchase, the following guide is aimed at helping you get a better grasp on what you can expect to pay for a Serie A match.

1.

How much does a ticket cost?

You can easily find out the cheapest ticket to every home game at Turin’s StubHub Stadium, with the cheapest seats priced at €5 ($7.60).

In Milan, it’s €18 ($22.50), which is slightly cheaper than the average price of €30 ($37.80) in the city.

But the price difference between Juventus and Milan, who are both in the Champions League, is huge, as Juventus are guaranteed at least €150 million in revenue from the Serie A title they won in 2015.

2.

Which Serie A games are cheapest to get tickets to?

Turin, Milan, Inter, Fiorensina, Udinese, Sassuolo, Sampdoria, Genoa and Lazio are among the Serie aisles that sell out quickly.

The average ticket price in Serie A is around €6 ($7) in Milan, Udine, Milan-San Remo, Genova, San Siro, Torino and Torino-Cagliari.

For Juventus, the cheapest tickets are at home matches, where the cheapest is around $9 ($13).

3.

Which tickets are available to buy?

You don’t have to go far to buy a seat.

Tickets to most of Serie A matches can be bought online, either at a kiosk in the stands or at the nearest stand at the stadium.

If you want to go with a friend, a ticket can be purchased on the spot at the ticket counter.

There are also discounted tickets available for those who have purchased a single tickets to the club in the past week.

4.

Which venues are selling out?

There are a few venues in Serie a that are sold out on a daily basis.

Some of the venues are more popular than others, but most are within the city limits of Turin.

On the other hand, the venues that sell the cheapest are in Milan and Udine.

The cheapest tickets for Milan and Milan-Sampdoria are €5.20 ($6.50) and €12.50 ($14.50).

The cheapest for Lazio is €17 ($20) and $25.

The most expensive tickets are €50 ($61) for Lazi-San Paolo, €90 ($103) for Milan-Genoa, €120 ($134) for Udinese and €160 ($172) for Sampdione.

5.

What is the cheapest stadium to watch a game in?

The cheapest stadium for the Serie B game between Sampdior and Genoa was at the San Sipo Stadium, located at the outskirts of Turini.

For Serie A away matches, there are two other stadiums in Turin: San Sipei and San Giovanni.

San Sipesi is located in the northern part of the city and is situated next to the railway station.

The San Giovanni stadium is located just a few minutes from the city center, and is a bit further away from the rest of the town.

It is located on the outskirts and has a shorter distance between it and Turini, and also offers better access to the city centre.

The best way to get to San Sipsi is by train, which leaves from Turini’s airport.

6.

What if I need more information?

There is always a free online ticket to all Serie A home matches.

Just go to the StubHub site and click on the “Tickets” button on the top right of the screen.

This will bring up a list of all Serie B away matches that are available on a single matchday.

7.

Can I buy tickets on the internet?

Yes, of course, you are able to purchase tickets on StubHub for all Serie a home games.

For Milan-Milan, you’ll have to visit the club’s website.

For Sampdori, you will need to go to their website and search for the “Milan-Sampsdori” game.

For Genoa, you should search for “Genoa-Milans” on the Stubhub website. 8. How