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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

TweetThis! FIFA Confederations Cup South Africa 2009 Tickets goes on sale

Football & Soccer fans, FIFA has started selling next year's world football (soccer) tickets.

Index | Ticket Information | Prices and Matches | FAQs |Terms & Conditions |Sales Regulations | Contact

In order to purchase tickets you must be logged in to a valid FIFA.com account

Please CLICK HERE to log on to your existing account »

If you are not a fifa.com club member, please CLICK HERE to register »

What you are seeing here is just a sample, the links and photos are taken directly from the official FIFA confederations Cup South Africa 2009.

To buy a ticket, you HAVE TO VISIT THE OFFICIAL FIFA website.
Make sure the address bar begins with an https:// and not just an http://
The 's' at the end of 'p' and before the sign ':' stands for 'security' and it appears in all the pages that you are about to make a purchase. Here is how it looks : https://fcctickets.fifa.com/?language=en
Be careful not to be conned with a mimicked website.

How will you know it is secure? (See the attached photos).
You will know if a web page you are visiting is secure or not by looking at the 's' sign at the end of the word http on your browser's address bar. It can not be placed anywhere else. If the 's' letter is missing, I would not suggest you writing down on that website any of your personal information. When you hover a mouse over any highlighted words, the 'address' can be read at the bottom left corner of your browser (for most browsers), look for the 's' at the end of the http words. If you are using IE (internet explorer) the secure lock sign will appear at the bottom right of the browser.
Some pages of the website will have a security sign at the top or bottom of the page.
Some of the websites will clearly state if they are operating under the SSL (Secure Socket Layer), look for those signs. Here are a few additional signs to help you determine if the site is secure enough or not. You don't have to see all of these in a single website, but having one can just be enough.

Some secure icons seen here were taken from LearnWebDesignOnline

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