FIBA Europe have announced that tickets for EuroBasket 2013 for the general public go on sale Monday, 18 March, at 17:00 CET.
In the first week tickets for the final, bronze medal game and both semi-finals will become available.
Tickets can be purchased only via the authorised sales points - namely the website of the Official Ticketing Agency Eventim SI,www.eventim.si
The maximum order per-individual for a single match is four tickets. Packages of tickets for several games or stages of the event are not available.
Upon confirmation of purchase, each individual will receive a voucher, which will be used to pick up the actual tickets, after1 July, from Eventim sales points and ticket offices, or directly at the EuroBasket venues during the event. Visitors, who purchase tickets online, will be able to choose the method of delivery for their tickets. Those will be delivered after 1 July, either by mail or by one of the aforementioned ways.
For those, who will not have the opportunity to buy a ticket, the EuroBasket 2013 Local Organising Committee in co-operation with the local municipalities and its partners, will organise live broadcasts of the games in special fan zones in the area of the EuroBasket 2013 venues, where food, drinks and entertainment will be provided.
You can find the full tickets price spectrum and all necessary details here.
You can take a look at the complete schedule of the EuroBasket games here.
All terms and conditions of the tickets purchasing are available at the website www.eventim.si.
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