1672688658 The presentation price of C in Al Nassr is much less

The presentation price of ‘C ‘ in Al-Nassr is much less than Blanquiazul Afternoon and Cream Night

The presentation price of C in Al Nassr is much less

Cristiano Ronaldo He is ready to be unveiled as a new player for Al-Nassr from Saudi Arabia this Tuesday 3rd January. The ‘Commander’ has signed a contract with the Saudi team until 2025 and will be the top football star there. The Portuguese striker is set to earn a millionaire’s dollar at his new club but the tickets for his presentation aren’t that expensive and they cost less than Blanquiazul Afternoon and Cream Night.

Cristiano Ronaldo earns €200m a season with Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr. Photo: Al Nassr

Through their social networks, the Saudi team reported that the tickets upon arrival of “CR7” will be 15 Saudi riyals, which is 1.01 Peruvian soles. While in the case of Alliance of LimaYour cheapest ticket is 49.90 soles and the most expensive is 259.90 soles. In memory of University of Sportsis most convenient 50 soles and the one with the highest price 500 soleswhich includes the “cream experience”.

Likewise, Al-Nassr reported that the proceeds from the presentation of the forward and captain of the Portuguese team will be donated to Ehsa National Platform for charity.

Al-Nassr Post. Photo: Twitter recording

How much are Blanquiazul Afternoon and Cream Night tickets?

The tickets for said presentations of the schools of Alliance of Lima j University of Sports They range from 49.90 soles to 500 soles. These are the details of the cost of each stand at the Alejandro Villanueva Stadium and the Monumental:

Ticket costs for the Blanquiazul Afternoon and the Cream Night. Photo: Composition LR/Alianza Lima/University

How much are tickets for Cristiano Ronaldo presentation at Al-Nassr?

As announced by Al-Nassr, the ticket price for the presentation of “CR7” is 15 SAR (Saudi Riyal), which is equivalent to 0.27 US dollars and 1.01 Peruvian sols.

Cristiano Ronaldo will be unveiled this Tuesday, January 3rd. Photo: Al-Nassr