The 2022 World Cup is quickly approaching and some tickets have already gone on sale. Particularly the hospitality packages. Considering it’s in Qatar, in the Middle East and it’s the World Cup, perhaps it’s no surprise that some of these packages are crazy expensive. The highest-priced group package costs $2.6 million. That package will get you your own, personal use of the 40-seat suite in the Lusail Stadium, which will host 10 games, including the final on December 18. If you’re not looking for something so big, a pass for two at the Lusail Stadium’s Pearl Lounge will cost about $148,000 for 10 matches. Despite the pandemic and the uncertainty it brings with it in terms of fan attendance, FIFA says that there has been unprecedented levels of interest in the hospitality packages. In fact, several of those packages have already sold out.