Looking to buy the Kitzbuhel Open tickets for the 2018 edition of the competition? Below we have all the information that’s needed to do just for this season as the Austrian Open gets underway from July 30, 2018.
A part of the ATP World Tour 250 series since 2009, the Kitzbuhel Open is one of the oldest competitions in the world, having begun in 1894 in Prague all those years ago. It has shifted venues from there to Vienna to Salzburg, Portschach, before settling in on Kitzbuhel in 1969.
The Kitzbuhel Open will be played on outdoor clay court surfaces and will see Dominic Thiem lead the way in the 28-man draw. Thiem, a French Open finalist, is the top seed while the defending champion Philipp Kohlschreiber is the second seed in the tournament.
Other players whom you can watch by buying the Kitzbuhel Open tickets are Fernando Verdasco, the third seed, and fourth seeded Robin Haase.
Gilles Simon, Maximilian Marterer, Jan-Lennard Struff and Dusan Lajovic are the other seeded players who will be in action at some point in the 2018 edition of the tournament.
The qualifying round tickets are for free and you can catch all the action without having to pay for it while the tickets for the opening round onward are divided into three sections – Category B, Category A and Premium Seats.
The Category B has a free seating, i.e. it’s on first-come-first-served basis, while the other categories have reserved seats. Category B seats cost anywhere between € 16 to € 29 from round one to the final while the Category A seats start at € 40 on day one of the competition, going up to € 69 for the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.
The Premium Seat Kitzbuhel Open tickets include a shadowy Box Seat, snacks and soft drinks, and will cost € 70 on day one, € 87 on days two and three and € 99 on the remaining three days.
In order to purchase these tickets, you can either send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the organizers at +43 5356 73160. You can also buy these tickets online here: https://shop.jetticket.net/ktc/Events.aspx
There are various ticket packages involved as well, whereby you can go for a Midweek Package, or the Finals Package or the Champions Package that give tennis fans a chance to watch these matches at discounted rates.
If you are looking at a fourth category of Kitzbuhel Open tickets, i.e. the VIP Package, you will have the following amenities:
– access to all VIP areas (Champions Club, Grand Stand, Terrace)
– VIP parking pass (1 per 2 tickets)
– air-conditioned indoor seating
– comfortable seating with best views
– exclusive hospitality with culinary delicacies
– Generali Open Panama Hat
– superb service in a comfortable atmosphere
– offical tournament magazine with all information
– fresh from the press daily news
These can be booked here as well: https://shop.jetticket.net/ktc/Events.aspx