Ticket prices for international fans attending the football 2014 World Cup in Brazil will start at $90 for initial group matches.
The tournament starts on 12 June 2014, with the first game being played in Sao Paulo.
Tickets will go on sale from 20 August 2013.
Fans have until 10 October 2013 to apply and a ballot will be held to decide which of these applications are successful.
Only later will tickets be sold on a first come, first served basis.
In total about three million tickets will be available for fans.
For Brazilian nationals the cheapest tickets start at $15. These are only available for students, those aged over 60 and people on social welfare programmes. For other Brazilians tickets start at $30.
The lowest price paid for a ticket in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa was $20, also for group stage matches in the special category set aside exclusively for residents.
The governing body had previously said that tickets in Brazil would be the “cheapest ever”.
The FIFA ticket website will include a map of the ground that shows the location of different categories of tickets.
This meant there would be “no surprises” over where fans would end up sitting, said FIFA marketing director Thierry Weil, who is in charge of ticketing strategy.
He said there would be a reselling system run by FIFA, if people were unable to attend games for which they had bought tickets.
About 500,000 tickets will be reserved exclusively for residents of Brazil, including about 50,000 for construction workers who were involved in building and upgrading the grounds for the tournament.