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Madrid Premier Padel: prices, where to buy tickets and how to get to the WiZink Center

This August 1 starts in Madrid one of the most anticipated events by fans of padel: the Madrid Premier Pádel, a tournament that will bring together


This August 1 starts in Madrid one of the most anticipated events by fans of padel: the Madrid Premier Pádel, a tournament that will bring together the main couples in the world in an emblematic place such as the WiZink Center in Madrid.

Prices: Where to buy tickets and subscriptions for the Madrid Premier Padel?

Tickets for the Madrid Premier Padel can be purchased through the tournament website madridpremierpadel.com and through the platform proticketing.com

Single tickets for the first and second round matches to be played on Monday 1 and Tuesday 2 August are on sale for 15 euros.

Individual tickets for the round of 16 matches that will be played on Wednesday, August 3 can be purchased from 20 euros.

Individual tickets for the quarterfinal, semifinal and final matches, which will be played on Thursday, August 4, Friday, August 5, and Saturday, August 6, respectively, can be purchased from 25 euros.

For these last three days, the organizers have also put up for sale a ticket that includes the full days of August 4, 5 and 6, which can be purchased for a price of 60 euros.

Location: How to get to the WiZink Center to see the Madrid Premier Padel live?

The Madrid Premier Pádel will be held at the WiZink Center in Madrid, one of the best-known venues in the city of Madrid that hosts great sports and musical events, which is located on Avenida de Felipe II.

If you want to go to the Madrid Premier Padel by public transport, the best option is to get around by Metro and the EMT urban buses.

Subway: Nearest stations

– Goya: Lines 2 and 4

– O’Donnell: Line 6

– Manuel Becerra: Lines 2 and 6

Buses:

Closest EMT lines: 2, 21, 28 30, 43, 53, 56, 71, 143 146, 152, 156 C2