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Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith won the YONEX Dutch Open in 2017 (Photo: Mark Phelan)
Let’s go to Almere!
Date: 9/13/2018 9:18 PM
Published by : Annika Langrock
In less than one month the 70th edition of the YONEX Dutch Open is taking place in Almere. Who does not want to miss this tournament, does not have to worry: There are still tickets available.

This year’s YONEX Dutch Open will be hold not far away from the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. From 9-14 Oktober top badminton players from all over the world are coming together to compete in Almere.

Free entrance for under 18-years-old
People up to 17 years do not have to pay entrance for the tournament. Furthermore, students are getting discounts. The members of Badminton Netherlands also receive a discount, they pay 10% less (except for student rates and passe partous tickets).

There are several options for attending the tournament: Day tickets for week days cost between 4€ and 8€, the tickets for single weekend days are between 8€ and 16€. A weekend ticket is 28€, students pay 14€.
 
All matches in one ticket
A passe partout ticket that includes all matches of the tournament is sold for 40€ for adults, students pay half of this price. Besides, there exist group tickets for the quarter finals, semi-finals and finals.

Buy your ticket for the 2018 YONEX Dutch Open here

All tickets can be bought online but there are also cash register sales in the hall. So, people who are not good with quick decisions, are also able to attend the tournament last minute. 

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