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Tickets are still available, purchase yours now!
Date: 10/23/2018 2:46 PM
Published by : Aidan Jones
We are now just one week away from the start of the Saar Lor Lux Open in Germany where some of the world's best players will participate.

How to get your tickets

Tickets are still available for the event in Germany and tickets can be purchased online via the official tournament website.

Simply head to the tournament website and navigate to the tickets section where you will be able to find information on the tickets and be able to buy them for cheapest prices.

It is designed for all eventualities, whether you wish to attend the full tournament or just one or two days, it has you covered. 

Different types of tickets

There are options to purchase a pass for the whole tournament which is priced at 60 euros per person.

You can also take the option of spending one day at the Open, tickets can range from 3 euros up to 30 euros, depending on which day you wish to attend. Tuesday is the cheapest option at 3 euros.

There is also a chance to purchase tickets for the weekend, and this includes both Saturday and Sunday to watch the semi-finals and the finals of the tournament. 

Attending as a family

If you are taking your family to the Saar Lor Lux Open, then there are options to purchase a family ticket, for two adults and two children (up to the age of 18)

Tuesday’s family ticket is priced at 15 euros which entitles both the two adults and two children to watch the action for the day.

There are also options to purchase family tickets for other days during the week plus a weekend special, see the link here for more information.

VIP special

If you want to watch the badminton in style, then you can do so with the VIP Card that is available for purchase for only Saturday or Sunday.

The ticket includes access to the VIP area on the day, including food and drinks, it also allows access to the VIP lounge at the TV-Court. This ticket is priced at 65 euros per person. (please note: this is per day and is only available for the weekend)
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