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    Question Birmingham WC

    Hi,

    Is it too big risk to rely that I will buy a ticket for Saturday and Sunday finals on place when I arrive on Friday night? Thanks

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    TN,
    Don't live in the UK but checking the box office site, it looks like good tickets are still available. Why don't you buy online?

    http://boxoffice.necgroup.co.uk/perr...RLDBAD&AnyDay=

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    I hope there are still tickets left. It says on the website the availability is 'good' but i don't know how good that means.

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    Let's all hope tournament won't be postphoned

    if there is any case of SARS in Uk. It's already in Italy!

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    I have never seen the National indoor arena in Birmingham full for a badminton event.

    Even during All England, they were approximately 50-60% full on finals day.

    You will definetly be able to get a ticket on a Friday, but just that the best seats are already taken. Often though, the 'reserved seats' are free, as supporters move from end to end depending on whos playing.

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    Are semifinals more crowded at NIA? There's more matches and therefore, better value for money.

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    Most people I know are planning on going on Friday, and maybe the finals if they can make it. It is true that you get better value for money on quarter and semi-finals, but that is true in any of the tournaments.

    Unless someone else thinks of why not.

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