Editor’s note: This Sunday is the Motul Grand Prix of the Valencian Community. For more than a month all the tickets have been sold out and that is, without a doubt, fantastic news for the sports sector. We have been lucky to be the ticketing platform chosen to manage ticket sales for this event, so we are very happy to be part of our client success.
Valencia hangs the sold-out sign for the MotoGP final almost a month before the event. Tickets sold out on October 14th at an average price of 82.73 euros.
The Motul Grand Prix of the Valencian Community that will take place next Sunday at the “Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo” has managed to hang the SOLD OUT sign 23 days before the celebration of the event.
According to the data of Onebox TDS, the first global ticket sales and distribution system responsible for more than 70% of all tickets sold for the final, the Valencian circuit will host up to 110,000 people who did not want to miss this great sporting event. An amount of tickets very similar of last year but sold out in record time.
The tickets were sold out on October 14th, at an average price per ticket of 82.73 euros. “This makes us think that, if we had had the opportunity, we would have filled two circuits like this,” says Gonzalo Gobert, general director of the Circuit. But there are many fans who will not be able to see live what is considered the race of the century, since the possibility of increasing the capacity has been ruled out by the organizers.
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