Swedish Open 2018, also known as ATP Bastad, is a men’s tennis tournament conducted by the ATP World Tour. The event is played on outdoor clay surface and is a part of ATP World Tour 250 series. Information on the Swedish Open tickets can be found below.
Some of the well-known names on the tennis circuit will be participating in the upcoming edition of the tournament. In this article, we will tell you how to buy Swedish Open 2018 tickets.
The tickets are available for purchase on the official site of the tournament – swedishopen.org.
The official ticketing partner is Tickster. In case of any queries, you can get in touch with the tournament and ticketing officials over the following:
· Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
· Contact number for ticketing queries: +46-(0)-771-47-70-70
The Swedish Open tickets prices mentioned below are in Swedish krona (SEK). The tickets are available across various categories – there are stands behind the two baselines and around the center court. Naturally, the seats closest to the centre court will be the costliest while the ones, far in the back, will be the cheapest.
Before you make your picks on tickster.com, you will be able to see the exact location of your seats with row and seat numbers.
For day one, the tickets are priced between 200 SEK to 400 SEK. As we progress further into the tournament, these prices increase marginally. The front row seats – whether they are behind the baseline or in the side – will still cost the most.
Towards the end of the tournament, these tickets can cost as much as 650 SEK. The cheapest tickets will cost you upwards of 450 SEK.
In addition to these regular tickets, fans can also enjoy the action by choosing for hospitality packages. These packages come with a lunch buffet, complimentary drinks, and access to the VIP terrace lounge.
For the first two days of the tournament, that is Monday and Tuesday, these packages are priced at 1,200 SEK per person per day. For the remaining days, these packages are priced at 1,795 SEK per day per person.
Swedish Open 2018 is going to feature many promising players like Diego Schwartzman, Pablo Carreno Busta, David Ferrer and many more. The tournament is going to be quite thrilling and you should get your tickets at the earliest.