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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Tromso Chess Olympiad 2014 Tickets go on sale

Hello chess blog friends, we're one step closer to the chess world's fantastic festival this August. Are you ready? The official website reports that the tickets are now on sale!
The Tromsø 2014 Chess Olympiad is only a month away and if you’re lucky enough to be able to visit Tromsø during the competition you can now buy tickets in order to watch the action live on the scene. Don’t miss out on the chance to experience the atmosphere of a truly unique sporting event!

Tickets will be on sale at the arena at the following times:
Match days: 13:00 to 20:00
Saturday 2nd August: 14:00-19:00

Full details of the ticket options are given below:
Olympiad pass
2150 NOK
Day pass
Adult: 300 NOK
Child: 150 NOK
Single ticket
Adult: 150 NOK
Child: 75 NOK

All prices include the ticket fee and value added tax.


Olympiad pass
This is the only pass that gives you the opportunity to go in and out during all of the event’s matches. With the Olympiad pass you have the possibility to ensure you get to see all the matches you want even before you know when they will be played.

There are only 50 tickets in this category.

‌Day pass
With the day pass you will be able to come and go as much as you want during one specific day. You cannot buy open day passes as each pass is only valid on the date you choose when you buy it. The day pass has two categories, child and adult.

Single ticket
The single ticket gives you a one-time entry to the arena. This ticket does not give you the possibility to re-enter when you leave. This is a good solution for those who want to experience the atmosphere at the Chess Olympiad during the matches, but might not have the time to stay the entire day. You cannot buy open single tickets – each ticket is only valid on the date you choose when you buy it. The single tickets have two categories, child and adult.
Age limitsThe child tickets are for the 6-15 years old age group. Since chess is a game of concentration, we do not allow entry to children younger than 6 years old.
WheelchairsWe have good solutions for wheelchair users at the arena. If you have any questions about companions/wheelchairs send an e-mail to
+47 484 00

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