A few days ago, the Euroleague announced that Euroleague Final Four tickets for Berlin would be sold tomorrow, Wednesday October 29th, on this web site. Thanks to Pucki of schoenen-dunk.de, we know that right now you can buy tickets here and on the official Euroleague web site.
The tickets, which cover the two days in Berlin on May 1st and May 3rd, will go on sale at 12:00 only on the official Euroleague web site.
A few minutes ago, we got an email that there will be a pre-sale at 11:00am on this exclusive web site.
The web site already tells us the following rules:
- Every customer will only be able to buy 6 tickets
- Tickets for price category 1 and 2 include catering
- Tickets can be paid by credit card only
- The tickets will be sent in spring 2009
- Tickets can not be re-sold
We know the tickets will probably go for 100-800 Euros again, as they did last year. If you don’t want to spend that much money, I really hope that you signed up for our private league at the Euroleague fantasy game, where we’re giving away two tickets as the first prize.
We’ll try to look on the web site tomorrow, see how things go, and if we’re able to buy tickets at 11am and noon
In case you want to buy some tickets, good luck!
LAST UPDATE 1:52pm: Tickets are now being sold through the official Euroleague web site.
UPDATE 1:37pm: Right now – online ticketing works here.
UPDATE 1:26pm: According to BallinEurope reader Teo, the best and only way to get tickets right now is “to use the hotline of the O2 world ticketing service.”
UPDATE 1:08pm: Eventim still isn’t selling any tickets, while the Euroleague added the domain berlinf4.com within their official statement about the ticket sales. The new statement now also does not mention any time when the tickets will go on sale.
UPDATE 11:54am: All pages are down at this momentm so no tickets can be bought right now.
UPDATE 10:56am: The web site where you where able to buy tickets is closed down again. I wonder what happens to the people that already ordered.
UPDATE 10:05am: The web site is live and tickets are being sold already. Here are the prices:
Category 1: no seats available
Category 2: no seats available
Category 3: 883.00 EUR
Category 4: 663.00 EUR
Category 5: 399.00 EUR
Category 6: 267.00 EUR
Category 7: 120.00 EUR
The best seat available for 883 EUR right now is in row 17! at half court. How did that many tickets were sold at 10:00am when the official start of the sale is at 12:00? By the way, one ticket in the very LAST row at about half court is 267 EUR.
Here is a map of the O2 world in Berlin and what is still available at 10:24am (red – sold, green still available).