At least, that’s what Google Translation is calling what, I assume to be, tickets from this post on Facebook:
The Royal Spanish Tennis Federation has begun the process of selling season tickets for the final of the World Group Davis Cup final to face Spain and the Czech Republic at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on 4 to 6 December.
Until November 9, the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation is now selling, with a 10% discount, and through its Regional Federations, a total of 4825 season tickets for the three days of the final. On the 9th also ended the period Sponsors International Tennis Federation and Tennis Federation of the Czech Republic have to withdraw its quota of fertilizers set by the rules of the competition and for the final adjustment of the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona requirements in the areas of media, protocol and services.
From 11 November, the RFET will release fertilizers to the general public. These fertilizers will be sold from November 11 through the normal channels of the RFET in Davis Cup playoffs: www.ticketmaster.es, Carrefour and FNAC stores and collaborators points.
Prices for fertilizers of the three days are:
First class background: 340 euros
First class side: 300 euros
Second category depth: 270 euros
Second lateral category: 220 euros
Bottom third category: 160 euros
Lateral third category: 100 euros
Sentence I never thought I’d say: I want some fertilizers!