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Superyacht rentals, private jets and a soccer-themed hotel: Dubai is cashing in on the Qatar World Cup

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Qatar isn’t the only country getting a massive boom in tourism thanks to its hosting of the 2022 World Cup. 

A $20,000 per night match viewing experience

The neighboring United Arab Emirates is set to benefit from the wave too, with its glitzy commercial capital of Dubai set to see an estimated 1 million additional visitors during the course of the soccer tournament, according to the Dubai Sports Council.

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