Tennis fever takes over the city of Quebec every September and this year too, things are bound to get quite exciting! The 2018 edition of WTA Quebec City, also known as Tournoi de Quebec, will start on September 8, with the final match taking place on September 16. Get the WTA Quebec City Open tickets information here.
The event is going to feature many emerging stars on the WTA circuit and as a tennis fan; you should definitely consider watching this event. In this article, we will tell you how to buy tickets for the National Bank Cup 2018.
The tickets are available for purchase on the official website of the tournament – coupebanquenationale.ca. In case of any queries, you can get in touch with the tournament officials over the following:
The WTA Quebec City 2018 tickets are available across the following categories: Prime Court Seats/Loges, Parterre, and Mezzanine.
Furthermore, the price of these tickets for students is almost half of the actual prices. The WTA Quebec City Open tickets are available for afternoon session and evening sessions separately and the prices mentioned below are in Canadian Dollars.
The entry to the qualifiers is free for everyone. For all the day sessions matches played from Monday to Friday, the ticket prices start at $20.25 and can go up to $31.50 for the loges. Coming to the matches played during the evening sessions, the tickets for Monday to Thursday start at $35 for Mezzanine Seats. The same tickets for loges are priced at $49.00.
For the matches played on Friday evening, the ticket prices vary from $41 to $54.75. The prices remain the same for the matches played on Saturday as well.
If you are looking to attend the matches played on Sunday, then you will have to spend slightly more. The prime court seats will cost you $60.50 while the seats in the other two categories are priced at $54.75 and $46.75.
You can also opt for a weekly subscription, starting at just $261 and going all the way up to $450. If you are looking to attend just the weekend games, then you can expect to pay roughly $130 for a weekend pass.