It looks like Juventus is already seeing a return on its investment in signing Cristiano Ronaldo as the Serie A champions ahve announced that they have sold out their season-ticket allocation for the coming season.
A statement on Juve’s website confirms 29,300 tickets, 4,000 of them premium passes, have been sold for the 2018-19 campaign.
“Such is the demand for season tickets this year that there will not be any phase of general sale for season tickets,” a statement on the Juventus website said.
“So, just under a month until the start of the season, the goal of 25,300 season tickets has already been reached, which together with the 4,000 premiums bring the total season tickets to 29,300.”
Ninety-five perfect of them are renewals from last season, with the remaining 5% snapped up by club members, meaning none will go on general sale.
According to CalcioNews24, Juve have earned ‘more than €30m’ from the sales, despite season ticket prices going up by 30%.