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Beer remains free in VIP areas at the World Cup


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“A unique experience, in a privileged area.” The way in which the VIP areas of the World Cup stadiums in Qatar are described started to make even more sense this Friday (18th), after FIFA’s announcement that the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages will not be allowed inside the arenas.

Not all fans who go to the stadiums will be affected by the determination. Nothing changes for those who can pay from US$950 (R$5,100) to follow a group stage game in an exclusive area.

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The value appears on FIFA’s official website that publishes the hospitality packages. Some of them are still available according to the publication of the entity.

In these places, where there will also be confederation leaders and guests, the consumption of alcoholic beverages will still be allowed, including beer, wine and an official FIFA champagne, produced by Taittinger.

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