UEFA has revealed its new two-match ticketing option for the 2019 Nations League Finals as both the third-place match and the final take place on June 9.

UEFA’s Super Sunday ticket provides fans access to the final or the third-place match depending on where the team of their choice plays.

If Team A reaches the final and a Team A fan selects a Super Sunday ticket, they will receive a ticket to the final. However, if Team A loses the semi-final, the fan will receive a ticket to the third-place match.

This option offers fans the opportunity to save as they are priced at the third-place playoff match price, meaning if a fan selects a Super Sunday ticket and their team reaches the final, they will secure a ticket to the final at a lower price than if they had only selected a final match ticket.

Fans can save up to €30 by selecting a category 1 Super Sunday ticket. They will pay €120 for a Super Sunday ticket, which could give the fan access to the final or the third-place match, whereas if they selected a final ticket only, they would pay €150.

Super Sunday ticket prices are €120 for category 1, €65 for category 2 and €30 for category 3. Tickets will be delivered to fans as mobile phone tickets closer to the tournament.

For the semi-final matches and the third-place match, ticket prices range from €25 to €120. For the final, tickets will range between €40 and €150.

The four 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals matches will be staged from June 5-9 in Portugal. Tickets go on sale to the general public on January 30.

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