North American Major League Soccer's (MLS) Inter Miami has sold out of Season Tickets for the 2024 MLS Regular Season, despite having doubled its prices in some sections of the DRV PNK Stadium.

The upcoming 2024 season is the first full season with soccer superstar Lionel Messi.

The club also announced that single-match tickets will be put up for sale at a later date, with prices not provided.

This price increase can also be seen when Miami play other MLS teams, such as when the Columbus Crew charged $382 for tickets for its home game against Miami, and $421 and $679 for the better seats, whereas tickets for ordinary matches not against Miami were as low as $40.

The 2024 MLS schedule is set to be released in the coming weeks, with the MLS announcing its schedule last year on December 20.

The price increase comes as Inter Miami continues to capitalize on the arrival of Messi, which has sparked unprecedented commercial interest in the franchise, including sell-out crowds at their home games.

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His debut delivered the highest domestic single network viewing figure for an MLS side since 2004 through Apple TV, the global rightsholder of MLS.

The club has also won the Leagues Cup, the annual competition featuring clubs from MLS and Mexico’s top-tier Liga MX, with Messi scoring the majority of their goals. 

In August US cruise line Royal Caribbean signed a multi-year partnership with Inter Miami, and Ares Management, the Alternative investment manager, invested a further $75 million into Inter Miami to develop its proposed Miami Freedom Park stadium and other growth initiatives.