Many find AFF ticket selling confusing

Padang ekspres.net-After offering tickets for the final second leg match of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2010 through ticket booths at Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta, the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) started selling VIP and VVIP tickets online on Friday night.

Many, however, have found the online ticketing system to be confusing, tempointeraktif.com reported Saturday.

Information regarding the two final leg matches between Indonesia and Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, for example, has not been updated. Neither the names of the two teams nor the schedules of the matches have been displayed at the online ticket counters www.ticketsas.com and www.myticket.co.id.

Visitors expressed their confusion on the guestbook, only to find that at slightly past midnight owner of Mytickets account announced, “Sorry for the inconvenience, all VVIP and VIP tickets have been sold out”.

The two websites are also found to be very slow to navigate.

The final first leg match between Indonesia and Malaysia is scheduled to take place at Bukit Jalil Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday, while the final second leg match at Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta on Dec. 29.

PSSI is responsible for ticket selling of the second leg match.[thejakartapost]

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