Tickets are now on sale for the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships, with five categories available to purchase including premium and family tickets.
The cheapest single ticket out of the four morning sessions will cost 15 euros, and the cheapest out of the six evening sessions 35 euros.
Tickets for all six evening sessions are from 195 euros. For an extra 35 euros, purchasers of the week-long pass can also attend the four morning sessions as well.
Highlights of the innovative ticket concept include multi-event tickets for the heptathlon and decathlon.
Fans purchasing a two-day ticket to follow either of these disciplines will save 18 percent compared to a single ticket purchase.
Especially inexpensive is the family ticket for three people, with an evening session ticket starting at 16.50 euros per person.
The best seats on the finish line are available as a ticket for all six evening sessions at a discount of 15 percent compared to individually purchasing separate evening session tickets.
Children up to six years receive free admission to the Berlin Olympic Stadium but with no seat entitlement.
There are reductions of 15 to 25 percent in the price category 1, 2 and 3 for pupils, students, apprentices, people with disabilities, the unemployed and pensioners (proof required).
Tickets for the Glasgow 2018 European Championships will go on sale in the Summer of 2017.
Further details of ticket prices and availability across all sports will be made available in the coming weeks and months.
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