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African Cup of Nations Tickets to Be Sold Soon, and Here’s Where You Can Buy Them

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African Cup of Nations Tickets to Be Sold Soon, and Here’s Where You Can Buy Them
    written by
    Cairo 360

    We all have the same struggle: we don’t know where to buy tickets from. Indeed, aside from TicketsMarche, digital platforms that allow for easy purchase of tickets are relatively scarce in Egypt. This problem is exasperated by the fact that the African Nations Cup will be starting within the next couple of weeks, and we all surely want to purchase tickets without having to stand in long queues.

    Those Facebook posts will start, the ones in which everyone is looking to either buy or sell tickets. Additionally, there is always the issue of black market tickets. All this hassle could, of course, be avoided if an official online platform existed where Egyptian can buy tickets, and guarantee a spot to cheer for Egypt.

    This is where Tazkarty comes in to save the day; this app will save all of us this summer by allowing us to book our tickets easily online. The app will launch on the 21st of May, and a desktop website will also be launched. After the conclusion of the African Cup of Nations, Tazkarty promises Egyptians the opportunity to purchase tickets for a wide range of events happening around Egypt.

    The African Nations Cup is set to kick off on June 21st, and run until July 19th. This is the fifth time Egypt has hosted this highly anticipated and prestigious sports event. You can check out which stadiums have been selected to host the matches by clicking this link.

    It’s time to fill our hearts with pride, put on those national team jerseys that we all love to wear, purchase all that fan gear (from wigs to flags), and cheer for our team!


    P.S. A little bit of trivia: Egypt won The African Nations Cup of Nations three times in a row (2006, 2008, and 2010).