Issa Darwish, General Manager of Prisma Public Relations Department, which is organizing the Dubai International Basketball Championship, in cooperation with the “New Generation” company, announced the new prices for tickets for the tournament, which come into effect starting from the matches the day after tomorrow, Thursday, in the quarter-finals of the tournament currently held in Dubai. Its 32nd edition is at Al-Nasr Club Hall in Dubai, and it runs until February 5th.
Darwish said: “Tickets for the final rounds will rise to 75 dirhams for grandstand seats, and 350 dirhams for VIP seats on the hall floor inside the stadium arena, due to the high demand from the basketball-loving public for VIP seats.”
He added, “We have increased the number of seats allocated to the (VIP) area, increased the capacity and provided the largest possible number of seats for this category, which gives the audience inside the hall floor, close to their favorite stars, and enjoying the atmosphere of the matches and the ideal encouragement.”
Darwish praised the cooperation with the “New Generation” company for organizing sporting events, the partner in organizing the 32nd edition, and the large public attendance. It positively affected the (Dubai basket) atmosphere, which is usually strong after a two-year hiatus.
Darwish concluded by thanking all the fans of the participating clubs from the communities residing on the land of the country, and singled out the Lebanese sports fans and the Filipino “Strong Group”, which Darwish described as “the fruit of heroism” due to the large numbers of fans of the two clubs that flock to the stands of Al-Nasr Hall to stand behind their teams and encourage them. Enthusiasm in matches in the usual carnival style.
It is noteworthy that tickets for the Dubai International Basketball Championship group matches in its current version started from 30 dirhams in the stands of Al-Nasr Club Hall, and 150 dirhams for VIP tickets, before a new price was determined, and the value increased starting from the quarter-final matches that took place. It starts tomorrow, Thursday.
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