Record Number of Americans Expected To Attend World Cup 2006 in Germany

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Excitement is building as World Cup 2006 in Germany gets closer and closer. The World Cup schedules have just been released by FIFA and American fans are now scrambling to book their travel arrangements and acquire hard-to-get match tickets to see Team USA and other favorites such as England, Brazil, Italy and Argentina play in the most watched and most attended sports event on the planet.

Interest in attending World Cup 2006 in Germany has hit a feverish pitch ever since German Supermodel Heidi Klum hosted the final draw on December 9th in Leipzig. An astounding 350 million viewers watched on TV that evening as the thirty-two teams were placed in eight groups one-by-one and each team's first three matches became crystal clear.

With Team USA surprising everybody in the football world by reaching the quarter finals of the last World Cup, the Americans are taking to the beautiful game in droves. The Americans will be back for their fifth straight World Cup.

"US Travel Agents and Concierge's have been inquiring and booking our World Cup Packages and game tickets to this summer's World Cup," says Company President Nick Giammusso. "The VIPseats.com phone lines were absolutely jammed the day after the Final Draw. Would you believe the number one request from travel agents visiting our Luxury Travel Trade Show exhibit in NYC this past September was the World Cup in Germany- by a land slide."                

There are many obstacles to arranging your travel and acquiring game tickets to the World Cup. Trying to book international airfare to multiple cities in a foreign country is difficult. Not to mention millions of fans trying to gain access to limited flights, hotel rooms and match tickets.

World Cup game tickets have a face-value price of $45 for Category 4 up to $750 for Category 1 seats to the Final. Game tickets are available in the secondary market starting at $250 per ticket and it’s anyones guess whether ticket prices will go up or down in the days leading up to the big games. The majority of games are already sold-out. Hotel rooms in Germany, particularly in those cities where the fan favorite teams such as Germany, England, Italy, Brazil, United States and Argentina will play, have long been sold-out.

VIP Seats, through its World Cup specific Website, http://www.vipseats.com/worldcup, is offering Tickets, Hotels, Airfare and complete Travel Packages to World Cup 2006 in Germany.

VIP Seats, Inc. started planning for World Cup 2006 immediately following the final draw in Leipzig. VIP Seats has access to flights, sold-out hotel properties and game tickets to make getting to Germany hassle-free.        

World Cup Packages can include round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, rental car, Onsite VIP Concierge Service and game ticket. World Cup Ticket & Travel Packages are available by calling 1-800-371-6323 or online at http://www.vipseats.com/worldcup. VIP Seats also handles peripheral events and parties during the month long event that are difficult to get access to. VIP Seats has the knowledge and experience to provide corporate hospitality at the World Cup for individuals or for large groups.

About VIP Seats

VIP Seats is a Williamsville, New York privately-held Ticket and Travel Company that specializes in providing sports, concerts and theatre tickets and/or entertainment travel packages to major ‘hard-to-get’ events. VIP Seats has provided its services to individuals, groups, corporations, travel agencies and concierge service companies worldwide through its website, telephone, e-mail, and live one-on-one chat. The company was founded by brother-and-sister Nick and Della Giammusso who started the company from the basement of their parents’ home in 1993. Before starting VIP Seats, Nick Giammusso was Director of Marketing and Ticket Sales for Prime Seats, Inc. a national ticket company that operated in the North East. Today, VIP Seats has established itself as a major player in the secondary ticket market and also that of the entertainment travel industry. For more information please visit http://www.vipseats.com and http://www.vipseats.com/worldcup.

Contact:

Nick Giammusso, President

VIP Seats, Inc.

5373 Transit Road, Suite 100

Williamsville, NY 14221

Phone: 800-371-6323

http://www.vipseats.com
http://www.vipseats.com/worldcup

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