WTA Wuhan Open 2018 is a women’s professional tennis tournament that will be played from September 23 – September 29, 2018, at the Optics Valley International Tennis Center, Wuhan. Get all the information on the Wuhan Open tickets below.
Being a Premier 5 tournament, this year’s spectacular player field is nothing short of the ones we see in a Grand Slam. If you are looking for the information on how to buy tickets for the tournament, then you have come to the right place. In this article, we will tell you how to buy the 2018 WTA Wuhan Open tickets.
The tickets for the tournament are available for purchase on the official website of the tournament – wuhanopen.org. Simply visit the site and click on the ‘Tickets’ option to make your picks. In case of any queries, you can always visit the ‘Contact’ section and browse through the FAQ sections. You can also get in touch with the officials over the following:
· Phone number: 400-870-2014
· Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The prices mentioned below are in Chinese Yuan. There are five levels of seating available – Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, VIP, and lastly, VVIP. The VIP and VVIP seats are placed parallel to the centre court and offer the best view of the action.
As for the remaining three categories – Level 1, 2, and 3, they are placed farther out from the centre court in the ascending order. Needless to mention, Level 3 seats are the cheapest while VVIP seats are the costliest.
The tickets for the qualifiers have been priced at ¥50. For the first round matches played on Sunday and Monday, Level 1 seats have been priced at ¥200 while Level 2 seats are priced at ¥100. VIP seat ticket for all day costs ¥680 while the same in the VVIP seat category will set you back by ¥880. It is important to note that these all day seat tickets come with the option of fine dining. Alternately, you can also purchase separate tickets for day and night sessions for roughly half the cost.
Prices are more or less the same until the third round fixtures. For the quarterfinals, Level 3 seats will cost you ¥180 while Level 1 tickets have been priced at ¥380.
As for the all-day VVIP tickets, they have been capped at ¥1,080. For the final day of the tournament, you will have to pay at least ¥380 for the cheapest Wuhan Open 2018 tickets. For the most lavish experience with fine dining, you will have to buy the VVIP tickets capped at ¥1,980.
The tournament also offers Sky Box Suite ticket packages and more information on the same can be found on the official site.