Ringside seats for Mayweather-Pacquiao amount to P4 million
Milan Ordoñez on Mar 31, 2015 02:57 PM
Photo credit: Floyd Mayweather Official Facebook fan page
MANILA - Tickets for the May 2nd Mayweather-Pacquiao mega bout have not yet gone on sale, but the seat prices are in.
In a report by TMZ through though New York-based luxury ticket broker Precision Concierge New York (PCNY), ticket prices range from $7,850 (Php 350,000) for the upper deck, to $87,500 (Php 3.9 million) for ringside seats.
These are the REAL prices!! Don't get SCAMMED by untrusted companies. Here are the best priced options at different price ranges in the current market for: Mayweather vs Pacquiao on Saturday May 2nd: (2) Ringside E Row F @ $87,500 (6th row) (2) Lower 13 Row G @ $42,500 each (Center Ring) (2) Lower 13 Row M @ $36,500 each (center Ring) (2-4) Lower 15 Row M @ $23,500 each (Just off center ring) (2-5) Lower 15 Row T @ $16,000 each (Just off center ring) (2-4) Lower 14 Row W @ $14,650 each (Just off Row R @ $12, 500 each (Corner) (2-4) Lower 19 Row x @ $10,100 each (corner Ring) (2-4) Upper 209 Row L @ $7850 each (Corner to ring side)center ring) (2-4) Lower 5 Row R @ $12, 500 each (Corner) (2-4) Lower 19 Row x @ $10,100 each (corner Ring) (2-4) Upper 209 Row L @ $7850 each (Corner to ring side) Packages available.....Flight, Hotels and Tickets message 646-407-0723 #Mayweather #Pacquiao
In another report by ABS-CBN News correspondent Steve Angeles, Manny Pacquiao himself stunned upon hearing about the prices, mainly because he has yet to provide tickets for his family.
"Nahulog ako. Wala pang tickets para sa pamilya ko," Pacquiao said with a laugh.
Meanwhile, the Pacquiao children are said to be attending the NBA game between the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors on Wednesday morning (Manila time) at the Staples Center.
Last week, Golden State's star point guard Steph Curry gave the eight-division world champion one of his autographed jerseys.
"Thank you Stephen curry. I like the guy," said Pacquiao. "I like the way he plays, (and) my kids like him. God bless you and your game tomorrow. My kids they're going to watch. I want to watch but sorry because I'm training."
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