Sunday, January 31, 2010

It's Only A Day Away

Tomorrow, February 1st, marks the day public tickets go on sale for the 2010 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships.



Run, don't walk to your nearest Ticketek or Ticketmaster outlet to secure your seat at this blue ribbon gymsport event.

Session times and ticket prices can be found here. Please be aware that MAG, WAG and Acro are sold via Ticketek, where Rhythmic and Trampoline are sold through Ticketmaster.

I've got my seat, I hope you get yours!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

By the way, the Australian women are in the evening session of Friday (as per email from GA). In case anyone was wondering!

:)

Anonymous said...

So annoyed I didn't get the all access ticket now... $40 a session WOW

nade00 said...

I think the prices are very fair. They do need to try and make some money off the event.

Besides, the American Cup in the US costs $140 for the best seats.

GA is especially generous to full time students who only pay $20.

Anonymous said...

I just got my tickets and am wrapped - great seats. I didn't get the all access cause i am only going to the women's sessions so the all access would have been too much

Anonymous said...

I guess I'm just used to the prices paid for nationals etc. I don't think $40 is a ridiculous price, it just sucks that $40 doesn't get you to more than 2 hours worth of gymnastics and that the women's are split in two so its $80 to see team/AA.

I also wouldn't mind knowing what countries will attend the acro prelims before I fork out for that

Anonymous said...

You can buy B reserve tickets for $30 or through affiliated clubs as a group booking for 15.00 - again only B reserve though

Anonymous said...

YAY stoked got my tickets at 9.30 this morning, love the fact that student tix are (pretty) cheap. Now, to think of a creative excuse to get out of work for the Friday day session... Sorry, i have a gymnastics addiction, must feed it, can't come in today :)

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djc99 said...

if you can spare the time and live in the area you should help voulunteer during the event. you get in for free
and its a great experience

Anonymous said...

Im working at Hisense Arena during the event and I'm very excited :)

Anonymous said...

sorry the SNHC - not Hisense :) gah this is what happens when your neighbours have a party. But i get to see great gymnastics still :)