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$25 Inter Miami tickets go on sale February 6

A limited number of $25 seats will be made available to City Members for the Inter Miami vs NYCFC game on March 30.

Inter Miami's Lionel Messi and NYCFC's Julián Fernandez face off in the Noche d'Or
Thiago Martins combined with the rest of the NYCFC defense keep Inter Miami's Only one of these Argentines scored in the Noche d'Or | Courtesy

Set a calendar alert: A limited number of seats for New York City FC’s away game against Inter Miami at DRV PNK Stadium in Ft. Lauderdale on March 30 will go on sale on Tuesday, February 6, at 10 am ET.

The tickets cost just $25, and are only available to City Members, as NYCFC season ticket holders are known, and well be accessible by going to the NYCFC “Road Blues” page.

On the resale site StubHub, the cheapest ticket to the March 30 game is currently $207 including fees. That’s what happens when Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, Luis Suarez, and Jordi Alba get the band back together Blues Brothers-style.

The $25 ticket for NYCFC season ticket holders might be one of the great bargains in the era of Messimania inflation, but it’s actually the most expensive seat in the 2024 Away Tickets and Rewards Program.

Almost all of the away tickets allocated to NYCFC are sold to City Members for just $10 each. Only the March 30 game against Inter Miami, and the September 28 game against the New Jersey Red Bulls in the Hudson River Derby, are priced at $25. (Tickets to the Red Bulls game will go on sale on Tuesday, September 3 at 10 am ET.) In addition, only two tickets will be made available per account no matter how many seats in that account.

Approximately 600 seats are made available to traveling fans at DRV PNK Stadium, the 19,100-seat temporary home to Inter Miami. On March 30, NYCFC supporters will sit in Section 123, which is behind the endline.

NYCFC and Inter Miami last met in the Noche d’Or on November 10 2023, a postseason cash grab friendly that celebrated Messi winning the Ballon d’Or for a record eighth time. Things went well that night for NYCFC, who won the game 1-2 after 19-year-old winger Julián Fernández scored in the 48th minute.

He was the only Argentine to notch a goal that game.