ISU Grand Prix Final in Torino, Italy from 5 to 8 December 2019 (event info & planning thread)

Sylvia

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Copying over @DobrinFan's posts from the "ISU Grand Prix 2019/20 and provisional dates for 2020/21" thread to start this event info/planning thread:

Official website: https://www.torino2019.com/

PALAVELA seating map: https://www.torino2019.com/en/tickets/seating-map/

All Event ticket info: https://www.torino2019.com/en/tickets/all-event-packages/
GPF all-event prices are up:
Platinum €758
Gold €584
Silver €459
Bronze 1 €335
Bronze 2 €230

Every package will include:
  • Access to all training sessions
  • Access to the three competition days
  • Access to the closing Gala
Also, according to Twitter, they have simplified the ticket buying process. So now, the gala will be a part of the all-event ticket so you don't have to select them individually like during the VIP sale.
Single tickets will be AVAILABLE FROM OCTOBER 3RD: https://www.torino2019.com/en/tickets/
 

colton12314

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is there now way to buy the platinum plus ticket (i asume that's front row seating) without the VIP packages which also seem to be sold out?
 

Japanfan

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Those prices are :eek:

$500 Euros = $728. CDN dollars.

I don't think even the top tier tickets at GPF in Vancouver last year were $728.00. We had second tier and I don't think they were even $500.
 

VanillaIce

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This post will probably come too late for those who have already purchased tickets, but unless things have changed since Worlds were held in Turin in 2010 all seats nearest the ice are bleachers with no backs. All the seating in the arena is made of metal so cushions are essential. The shortage of ladies washrooms was dire, and in 2010 the organisation was diabolical.
 

ostile17

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This post will probably come too late for those who have already purchased tickets, but unless things have changed since Worlds were held in Turin in 2010 all seats nearest the ice are bleachers with no backs. All the seating in the arena is made of metal so cushions are essential. The shortage of ladies washrooms was dire, and in 2010 the organisation was diabolical.

I can confirm nothing has changed.

Also, do not buy the first three rows of the Platinum section or your view will be obstructed by a glass.
 

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