OVER THE FIRST FIVE DAYS OF THE FIFA WORLD CUP 2018, FOREIGN FANS spent more than $40 million on their VISA cards. The most generous of them were fans from the United States, China and Mexico. Tourists from the Kingdom of Tonga spent less than others. Most of the money was spent on hotels, stylish clothes, restaurants and cafes. The average tab was $58. It was recorded that people spent the most in the first days of the competition in Moscow, $27.4 million. In St. Petersburg, credit card holders spent more than $8 million, and in Sochi, $1.7 million. Kazan followed with a grand total of $1.1 million spent on purchases, and Yekaterinburg, $700,000.