New tickets on sale for Worlds in Moscow
For the event from 6-22 May 2016 day packages for the Ice Palace in Moscow are now available. They include two or three games that will be held on a game day. The price of a one-day package is 3750 Rubles (approx. €51).
Tickets for games in St. Petersburg will go on sale soon.
Fans from 25 countries from Singapore to the U.S. have purchased more than 17,000 tickets by now for the games in Moscow. Hockey lovers from different countries are especially interested in games with national teams of Russia, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and Latvia that will be played in Moscow.
There are also many requests for games involving the national teams of Finland, Slovakia, Belarus and Hungary in St. Petersburg.
In order to prevent tickets reselling on the black market, the number of day packages to be sold per customer is limited to six and tickets to the most popular games go on sale regularly, several times a month, by lots. To know more about the forthcoming ticket sale in advance, hockey fans may subscribe to the online newsletter at the official ticket operator’s website: www.parter.ru .
From 6 to 22 May 2016 the 80th IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship will be held in Russia. The newly-built Ice Palace in Moscow and the Sports Centre Yubileiny in St. Petersburg were selected as venues.
The Preliminary Round Group A will be held in Moscow and includes Russia, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Latvia, Norway, Denmark and Kazakhstan. Two quarter-final games, the semi-finals and the medal games will also take place in Moscow.
The Preliminary Round Group B in St. Petersburg includes Canada, Finland, USA, Slovakia, Belarus, France, Germany and Hungary. Also two quarter-final games will be staged in St. Petersburg.
Only ticket packages that include 2 to 34 games will be available until April 2016. Single-game tickets will go on sale a month before the beginning of the championship. At the same time games with a special ticket price starting at 375 Rubles will be selected.
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