Here’s your chance to win seats for the final of THREE different tournaments in the coming season, in our biggest ever ticket competition.
Last week we opened the box offices for a wide range of tournaments across the UK, coming to a venue near you during the 2021/22 season.
To enter the competition , just go to our Twitter page and retweet the competition tweet by Monday June 7th. The winner will be picked at random and will receive two tickets to the final day of a choice of ANY THREE of these events:
Northern Ireland Open
Waterfront Hall, Belfast
Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
Cazoo World Grand Prix
Ricoh Arena, Coventry
BetVictor Shoot Out
Morningside Arena, Leicester
Cazoo Players Championship
Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton
February 28 to March 6
Cazoo Tour Championship
Venue Cymru, Llandudno
March 28 to April 3
The winner will be contacted by Friday June 11th. Please note that the prize is tickets only and does not include travel or accommodation expenses.
Five runners-up will receive first round tickets to a choice of the same events.
If you are not lucky enough to win, you can still buy tickets for any of these events and there are HALF PRICE SPECIAL OFFERS available – book fast to take advantage.
Our Triple Crown events -the UK Championship, the Masters and the Betfred World Championship – also have tickets on sale now.
Details for all events can be found on this page.
Covid-19: Snooker has led the sporting world in the post-lockdown return of live audiences, safely welcoming fans at the Crucible in April and May. Our intention is to host fans at all of our main events in the coming season. We will continue to work closely with the UK Government and all of our venues and partners on Covid-19 regulation. Fans can be assured that all necessary precautions will be taken at events to minimise the risk of virus transmission, keeping safety as our highest priority. If at the time of the event the Government restrictions force this event to change its terms of attendance, customers will be offered a variety of options and where necessary refunds will be made available. As an additional measure and where possible, e-tickets will be issued in place of more traditional ticketing methods.
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