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Li Ning Singapore Open Ticket Sale

Discussion in 'Singapore' started by Reliance, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. Reliance

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    Li Ning Singapore Open 2011 tickets is now available.

    If you wish to catch world class action live, please visit SISTIC to purchase your tickets now.
     
  2. Sealman

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    Thanks for the info.

    The Adult early bird season ticket price cost $25 this year compared to $18 last year (excluding Sistic fee). This equates to a 38.888% increase. :eek:

    The Premium Adult early bird season ticket price cost $80 this year compared to $50 last year (excluding Sistic fee). This equates to a 60% increase. :eek::eek::eek:

    Is Singapore Open now a six-star event? :mad:
     
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  3. Loh

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    I was also disappointed with the Premium Adult Season Ticket which increased by 60%! :(

    I'm waiting for you, scanner or others with connection to bring me in. :D
     
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    Economy is picking up, they said.

    Indoor stadium has no other choices, but to use this moment to bump up the leasing.

    Lastly, the company has no other options, but to squeeze more $$ from all the badminton fans.
     
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    As an insurance, I bought the senior citizen season ticket for $15. ;)
     
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    thanks for this info...

    i plan to watch on friday to sunday only, which ticket i should get?? do you think season pass is cheaper???


    thanks...
     
  7. Loh

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    Li-Ning Singapore Open 2011 Osim BWF World Superseries: 14-19 June 2011

    Maybe the following details can help you make up your mind: :)
    But nothing beats the Special Early Bird Savings on Season Pass!!!
    So book early to avoid disappointment. ;)


    [​IMG]LATEST NEWSEarly Bird sales commence from
    12 Apr - 12 May 2011

    Internet Booking commences on 12 Apr 2011, 9am.
    Other Sales Channels commence sales on 12 Apr 2011, 10am.

    Public sales commence from
    13 May 2011 onwards

    Internet Booking commences on 13 May 2011, 12am.
    Other Sales Channels commence sales on 13 May 2011, 10am.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE



    CONDITIONS OF SALE
    More conditions of sale [​IMG] [​IMG] DATE
    14-19 Jun 2011
    Tue, 9am-6pm
    Wed, 9am-10pm
    Thu, 2pm-10pm
    Fri, 3pm-10pm (QF)
    Sat, 2pm-7pm (SF)
    Sun, 1pm-6pm
    (F)

    DURATION
    N.A.

    VENUE(S)
    Singapore Indoor Stadium

    TICKET PRICE (Exclude Booking Fee)
    Special Early Bird Savings on Season Pass
    (12 Apr 11 - 12 May 11):

    Adult - S$25
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$15
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$15

    Season Passes (13 May 11 onwards):
    Adult - S$45
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$22
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$22

    Premium Early Bird Season Passes:
    Standard - S$80

    Premium Season Passes:
    Standard - S$120

    Premium Qualifying & Prelim:
    Standard - S$17

    Premium Quarter Final:
    Standard - S$35

    Premium Semi Final:
    Standard - S$40

    Premium Final:
    Standard - S$50

    14 - 16 June 11 (Qualifying & Preliminary Rounds):
    Adult - S$12
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$6
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$6
    Child (aged 2-12 Yrs Old) - Free Admission

    17 June 11 (Quarter Finals):
    Adult - S$24
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$8
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$8
    Child (aged 2-12 Yrs Old) - Free Admission

    18 June 11 (Semi Finals):
    Adult - S$26
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$12
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$12
    Child (aged 2-12 Yrs Old) - S$5

    19 June 11 (Final):
    Adult - S$28
    Senior Citizen (aged 55 Yrs & abv) - S$12
    Student (aged 13-18 Yrs Old) - S$12
    Child (aged 2-12 Yrs Old) - S$5

    Please add to above price $3 Booking Fee per ticket for tickets above $20 and $1 Booking Fee per ticket for tickets $20 and below. Charges include GST where applicable.
    Click for Seat Plan [​IMG] DISCOUNT & CONCESSIONS
    Click for Details[​IMG] ADMISSION RULES
    [COLOR=#00099]No admission for infant in arms.
    Free admission for Child aged 2 - 12 years old EXCEPT for Semi-Finals & Finals. (Premium seats not included.)
    Child 13 years old and above must purchase ticket for admission.

    * No Flash Photography and Video recording is allowed for this event ! [/COLOR]
     
  8. porroy

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    is fastdrop coming to watch???

    :)


     
  9. Loh

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    Oh you're in S'pore now? :)
    Or did I mistaken you for one that we met in KL? :confused:

    No idea whether fastdrop will drop by. He usually does.

    Maybe you can give him a friendly PM? :D
     
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    we met in KL, BC's Kwun Cup last year
    im fastdrop's partner in the friendly game, hehe


     
  11. extremenanopowe

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    Too bad at the expense of the badminton fans..

    I will tell my opposition MP to boycott lining products.. lmao... ;)

    yonex will be happy. ;)
     
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    Actually the early bird season tickets are real cheap! I'm sure the fans love this.
    Better don't consult your opposition MP lest he might be booted out the next time.
     
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    The ticket price here compared to the ticket of similar level events in China is really very cheap! Even cheaper than Malaysia. But the overall income here is much higher than China. Badminton in China is a luxury activity. ;)
     
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    Yonex need to up the game. ;) Lining merchandise is still expensive because of the amount of exuberance sponsorship commitment to the elites. ;)
     
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    You can say it again.
    We were fleeced during the Beijing Olympics and Guangzhou Asian Games!:mad:
    But those were black market prices! :D
     
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    Just wonder whether you own any Li Ning merchandise.
    I wish I have a Li Ning racket, but maybe my standard does not deserve one! :rolleyes:
     
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    Just found out the Li Ning Singapore Open is now a Premier event according to the BWF website (am trying to convince myself to attend :rolleyes:)

    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/page.aspx?id=16648

    The BWF Superseries is a 12 tournaments series designed to attract the top 32 players from around the world and finally competing in the BWF World Superseries Finals for the top 8 players and pairs in the Superseries points standing. Following a review of its events in 2010, the BWF decided introduce a two-tier Superseries circuit – the Superseries Premier and Superseries for the 2011-2013 season.
    From the 12 Superseries events, five have been selected as Premier Series events, with the Korea Open offering USD1.2 million prize money, the highest ever for a badminton tournament. Hosted from January through to December each year the events are usually hosted in pairs in a similar region of the world – in mid January, Proton Malaysian Superseries kicks off the year followed by the the Victor Korean Superseries Premier.
     
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    Hello friends...I already bought the Early Bird season pass for the Li Ning Singapore Open. Its just $80 for the whole 6 days at the premium seating area. I cant wait...Come join me. maybe we can go together
     
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    LI Ning fans password please.... anyone? you can PM me...
     

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