22 Jun BMW PGA Championship tickets now on sale for 2016
The European Tour, BMW and Wentworth Club are already looking forward to welcoming back the world’s leading players from May 24-29, 2016 and fans will be delighted to hear that ticket prices for next year’s BMW PGA Championship are unchanged for the second year running.
Advance tickets for next year are on sale now and represent outstanding value for money, especially if purchased as part of the Championship’s pre-Christmas offers.
The BMW PGA Championship offers six days of high quality entertainment, including Official Practice Day, Celebrity Pro-Am and four rounds of compelling competition – for the equivalent of just over £10 a day if season tickets, priced £70, are purchased before Christmas 2015.
The pre-event price rises to £80 after Christmas and £90 on the gate. Concession season tickets start at £45, rising to £55 and £65.
As ever, the action really gathers pace over the final two rounds on Saturday and Sunday, when the 2016 champion will be revealed, and a special Adult Weekend pass starts at £60 pre-Christmas, increasing to £70 and £80 (concessions £30, £40 and £50).
Day ticket prices for Thursday and Friday are pegged at £30, £35 and £40 (concessions £15, £20, £25).
Saturday is priced at £35, £40 and £45 (concessions £20, £25, £30) and Sunday, when the drama reaches a climax on the West Course, at £40, £45 and £50 (concessions £25, £30, £35).
On Tuesday May 24 in 2016 – the first Official Practice Day – ticket prices are also held at 2014 levels of £5, £7 and £10 on the gate with no concessions.
Wednesday May 25 will once again bring together stars of stage, screen, sport and entertainment in the highly acclaimed Celebrity Pro-Am Day (£10 pre-Christmas; £12 pre-event and £15 on the gate), where the public will be able to mingle with the worlds of golf and celebrity. Details of participants in this enjoyable precursor to the main event will be published nearer the day on www.bmwpga.com.