Witz78 wrote:case_master wrote:
It could be like a concert booking, first come first served . I am assuming the tickets will go on sale before the last cut of point so we will only know Neil Robertson’s game fore sure.
the normal system is a bit outdated ill admit but it does give the real fans the chance to get their tickets first before the general public release of tickets around February.
Theres something exciting too about printing off the ticket / schedule of play sheet off the WS site then pondering how long to go for, what matches to watch, what potential R2 matches will be, what sessions to skip in favour of nights out etc.
Yeah, that is the best part. Especially if you're going alone and don't have to take into account other people's budget or limitations. This limits the nights out though. But if you get a hotel near The Crucible, they're always full of people who are there to see the snooker.
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