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There is no fixed answer as the price of tickets varies with the venue. In large cities in Spain and Mexico the price for tickets will be greater than in small towns, especially if major figuras are on the cartel. Prices also vary with location in the bullring. Seats on the shady side are more costly than on the sunny side. Front row seats (barrera) are more costly than seats far up in the stands in the general admission section. Prices could vary from a few dollars to a hundred or more for prime seats in major venues.

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