Sellers of FIFA World Cup 2018 souvenirs in Vietnam are offering their products at heavily discounted prices to empty stock as soon as possible, shortly after the month-long football feast ended on Sunday. In Vietnam, the commemorative 100-ruble banknote, Zabivaka the Wolf, mascot of Russia 2018, and jerseys of the participating national teams were among the best-sellers before and during the world’s largest football tournament. They are now available at rock bottom prices, shortly after France beat Croatia 4-2 to bring home their second trophy in 20 years on July 15. Eighty-percent off overnight The commemorative 100-ruble banknote, issued by the Russian Central Bank to celebrate the World Cup, was on sale in Vietnam for up to VND500,000 (US$17) apiece in June and July. The rubble to dong exchange rate was 366 on Wednesday. However, sellers of the souvenir bill in Vietnam have slashed prices by a shocking 80 percent following Sunday’s final game, with the banknote now fetching only VND100,000 ($4.3) apiece. “As this banknote is a limited edition, many still want to buy it even after the World Cup is over,” Lan Anh, a souvenir seller in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 3, told local news site Zing….