The single tickets for all the days for Sofia Open 2019 are on sale from December 14
Just before the Christmas and the New Year’s Eve here comes a great news for the tennis fans in Bulgaria – the daily tickets for the ATP 250 tournament Sofia Open 2019 are going on sale. The sports fans wishing to visit the best edition of Sofia Open will be able to receive or to make a nice present and attend the biggest sports event in Bulgaria in 2019.
The single tickets for all days of the Sofia Open 2019 are on sale from December 14 at Eventim.bg in three categories regardless to the seats in Arena Armeec. The fourth edition of the tournament will take part from 3 to 10 of February 2019.
The tickets for Thursday (February 7) are priced at 30, 50 and 80 leva. The tickets for Friday (February 8) are priced at 40, 60 and 90 leva. The tickets for Saturday and Sunday (February 9 and 10) when are the final battles to the singles and doubles trophies are priced at 50, 80 and 100 leva for the top places.
Even more advantageous is the proposal to buy a weekly ticket for all competition days. The package tickets for the final 4 days cost 150 leva, 250 leva and 350 leva for the top places. Children’s package is available at price of 112,50, 187,50 and 262,50 leva.
The tickets for the first 4 days will be at the same price, regardless of the place in Arena Armeec, and will be the cheapest so far. On February 3 and February 4 they will cost 10 leva and for children under 14 – only 5 leva. The tickets for February 5 are 20 leva. February 5 was also announced for Kid’s Day with all kids entering for free. On February 6 the ticket price is 30 leva and the children use a 50% discount as well. The children up to 14 years of age receive a 25% discount for the single tickets for the second 4 days.
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Seven Top 30 players and former №3 in the world Stan Wawrinka will take part in the 4th edition of the Sofia Open ATP 250 tournament. The battle for the title at Arena Armeec hall (3-10 February 2019), will be the strongest in front of the Bulgarian audience.
Wawrinka is three times Grand Slam winner (2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open, 2016 US Open) and has won 16 career titles. Tsitsipas (№15 in the ATP rankings) became a Next Gen ATP Finals champion. Karen Khachanov, the Paris Masters 1000 winner (№11 in the world), Daniil Medvedev (№16) Nikoloz Basilashvili (№21), former Sofia Open champion Roberto Bautista Agut (№24), Fernando Verdasco (№28) and Gael Monfils (№29) are the other stars to play in the Bulgarian capital.