PSG: Parc des Princes . a historic renewal campaign in

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According to Le Parisien, PSG have registered a renewal rate of around 98% for next season. Unheard of in the capital. Despite disappointment from Real Madrid and a disappointing season throughout, Paris supporters are looking to retain their place at the Parc des Princes for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

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They are angry but not demobilized. away from there. PSG supporters have re-subscribed en masse for next season. According to Le Parisien, the club in the capital registered a renewal rate of 97.6% at the end of their campaign launched last month. Despite a disillusioned and generally disappointing performance with Real Madrid in the Champions League, most of the 35,000 holders of a place at the Parc des Princes wanted to keep it for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

They had a choice between renewal, relocation or breach of contract under the same terms. Only some 1,500 of them chose the latter option. His place will be given to one of 17,000 people who have been on a long waiting list for several months.

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Rates still stable for Viraj Autuile

With regard to prices, PSG has opted for a marginal increase of 3% to 7%, depending on the region. On the other hand, there is no change in the prices of Viraj Autuile. Since 2016, membership is offered for 490 euros for 6,000 seats in the Grandstand, partly occupied by members of the Collectife Ultra Paris. A way not to target the portfolio of PSG’s most ardent supporters.

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During each of its home matches, Capital Club will always sell 7,000 singles tickets. Applicants will also be able to supply themselves on the TicketPlace resale platform, by paying an additional fee. Le Parisien specifies that PSG hopes to reach their 100th consecutive sold out match next season. Since the summer of 2017, marked by the recruitment of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, the Parc des Princes has always sold out at the start of a match. No matter the competition.

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