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tickets info

Via
07-19-2006, 09:09 AM
ok... someone has called the ticket office for me. they are selling now.

- ground pass is Y10
- early days centre court prices: Y50 day, Y100 nite
- semi final 400, 600, 800
- final 480, 880, 1200
- seats not allocated until semi-final and final (i suppose that means some early queues, huh?)

as i don't think i'll be going to the semis or final... i don't really have to get tickets so early, right ???

hope this helps someone... though i know cindy isn't going, and luna doesn't need my help :p

Cindy19
07-20-2006, 06:10 AM
it is more cheaper than TMC

coz here
the cheapest tickets are only for students, and it costs 100Y and for adult, 280Y is the cheapest.

Enjoy CO Via!

Via
08-02-2006, 10:53 PM
thanks cindy :wavey: i had missed your post lol

just an update on the same information, really, ticket info is now on the new 2006 website (which is still a work in progress, i hope)

http://sports.sohu.com/upload/06saicheng/2006.xls

Luna
08-03-2006, 03:09 AM
Hi Via:)sorry for my late reply.I won't buy ticket until I go to the court.The ticket can buy easily.

Cindy19
08-03-2006, 03:24 AM
hey girls, take more pix plz!!!!!

Via
08-04-2006, 12:02 AM
Hi Via:)sorry for my late reply.I won't buy ticket until I go to the court.The ticket can buy easily.

thanks luna for the tip :worship:

are you sure you don't have to queue much for tickets at the door? we can get tickets too at the door at the sydney tournament, but the queue tends to be like 100+ early in the first few days (and no more good seats in later days)

though of course if you don't have reserved seats then you'll have to arrive early anyway!

Luna
08-07-2006, 05:07 AM
I am very sure about that.:)
You can buy ticket in 5 min almost everyday,I've never seen the queue 20+ ,except people waiting to exchange their tickets due to rain postponement yesterday.Outsaid the court, some people sell tickets in private,it's much cheaper than the ticket to be sold on ticket office,people like to buy ticket from those man,including me.But for you foreigner,they may raise up the price,so I suggest you to buy ticket on ticket office.There are not a lot of people to see the match on working days ,so according to which section (VIP seat,lower seat and higher seat)of the ticket you buy you can sit down everywhere in this section you like especially in the daytime . I upload some tickets of last two years.Hopefully those can help you a little.:)

Cindy19
08-07-2006, 05:11 AM
u've got tickets?

Luna
08-07-2006, 05:13 AM
I just edited to tickets of last two years.

Cindy19
08-07-2006, 05:49 AM
I ve got tickets! (TMC06) :D

Via
08-24-2006, 07:02 AM
I am very sure about that.:)
You can buy ticket in 5 min almost everyday,I've never seen the queue 20+ ,except people waiting to exchange their tickets due to rain postponement yesterday.Outsaid the court, some people sell tickets in private,it's much cheaper than the ticket to be sold on ticket office,people like to buy ticket from those man,including me.But for you foreigner,they may raise up the price,so I suggest you to buy ticket on ticket office.There are not a lot of people to see the match on working days ,so according to which section (VIP seat,lower seat and higher seat)of the ticket you buy you can sit down everywhere in this section you like especially in the daytime . I upload some tickets of last two years.Hopefully those can help you a little.:)

:hug: thanks luna... i didn't realise you replied to me at all !! sometimes i just saw the last post being cindy's and i thought the thread hadn't moved :p

But for you foreigner,they may raise up the price,so I suggest you to buy ticket on ticket office

lol i'm not that foreign, i just can't speak chinese properly ;)

only two more weeks to go and i'm more excited than waiting for usopen tv telecast lol

when are gates open, do you know? in sydney we tend to arrive earlier so that we can catch some players practise.

Luna
08-30-2006, 02:56 PM
Most of player arrived in Beijing on Saturday,normally you can see their practise in this afternoon. The first weekend of last year it's free to watch their practise.I'll go to Beijing on Saturday and back to my city tomorrow,because I have to work.:sad:

Via
08-30-2006, 11:11 PM
ohhh great i love anything free :hug: *abrazos* lol

where do you live, luna? sounds like a long way from beijing.

Luna
08-31-2006, 02:49 PM
I live in Tianjin which is very near to Beijing ,have you ever hear the city?

Via
09-01-2006, 10:58 PM
yes... my granddad once worked there in tianjin :lol: i assure you that was a long long time ago.

how far away is it, how long does it take to travel by train from beijing for example?

Cindy19
09-02-2006, 01:40 AM
Tianjin? it is closer than shanghai, hey guys, hope you enjoy the Open!

Luna
09-03-2006, 09:53 AM
yes... my granddad once worked there in tianjin :lol: i assure you that was a long long time ago.

how far away is it, how long does it take to travel by train from beijing for example?

90 mins.from my home to Guangcai needs about 4 hours. :)

Luna
09-03-2006, 09:57 AM
Tianjin? it is closer than shanghai, hey guys, hope you enjoy the Open!

The rain shows no sign of ending in US.I am wondering it will affect CO.

Via
09-03-2006, 11:39 PM
they will somehow squeeze things together and finish on time. those who get to the semis or final at uso won't be going to china anyway :shrug: the only ones on china's list and still in new york are nadal and davydenko... hang on, so is b. becker !!! lol

Cindy19
09-04-2006, 02:19 AM
The rain shows no sign of ending in US.I am wondering it will affect CO.
its a rainning day here.... but i am glad that, coz it is getting colder.