Bucharest Open TicketsThe 2018 Bucharest Open will be a women’s tennis tournament that will take place in Bucharest, Romania. And if you are looking to buy the Bucharest Open tickets for this season’s competition, here’s all the information around it.

The event will be played at BNR Arenas from July 14-22, with the main draw starting from July 16. The matches will be played on clay surface and will feature some of the most promising players on the tour going against each other. In this article, we will tell you how you can buy tickets for Bucharest Open 2018.

The tickets for the tournament are already out for sale. For more information, you can visit the official website of the tournament – brdbucharestopen.ro. The tickets can also be purchased directly from bllete.ro and TicketNetwork.ro.

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The Bucharest Open tickets can also be picked up at Romanian Post Offices, Inmedio, and Germanos outlets.

In case of any queries, you can always get in touch with the tournament officials over the following email addresses:

· office@frt.ro
· contact@brdbucharestopen.ro

The ticket prices mentioned below are for this year’s edition and they are mentioned in Romanian leu (lei).

The admission to the general public is free for the qualifying round, which is on Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15. Coming to the main draw, for the first two days of the tournament, that is Monday and Tuesday, the tickets are priced at 20 lei.

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For the matches played on Wednesday and Thursday, tickets can be bought for 30 lei while for the games on Friday; the same were priced at 50 lei.

For the matches played on Saturday and Sunday, which happen to feature the final matches, the tickets are priced at 75 lei. As of now, there are no hospitality packages offered by the tournament. This event is one of the most sought-after tournaments in Bucharest and it is advisable that you buy your tickets at the earliest.

Considering the players who are participating in the tournament, these prices are definitely worth paying to watch them in action. Leading the Romanian line-up is Mihaela Buzarnescu, Irina-Camelia Begu, and Sorana Cirstea.

We also have Anastasija Sevastova and Carla Suarez Navarro, both of whom will be looking forward to starting their final leg of the season on a high note.