Dortmund Tickets

Discussion in 'European Football' started by Michael, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. Michael

    Michael Thoroughly Undervalued Member Moderator

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    Anyone got any experience with buying Dortmund tickets, fancy firing me a PM with a bit of advice?

    Looking to fly over and catch a game.

    Thanks, Michael.
     
  2. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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    Which match do you want to see?
    At home or away from home?

    Try it here:

    http://www.bvb.de/Tickets/Ticketshop

    :-)

    and then the yellow link "BVB-Online-Ticketshop"

    :-)

    and then "TICKETS KAUFEN".

    :-)

    Price list for the match BVB vs. Ingolstadt:

    Stehplatz Normalpreis 16,70 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.1 Normalpreis 54,40 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.1a Normalpreis 54,40 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.2 Normalpreis 51,20 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.3 Normalpreis 48,10 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.4 Normalpreis 44,90 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.4 REWE Familienblock Normalpreis 44,90 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.5 Normalpreis 37,70 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.5.Normalpreis 37,70 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.6 Normalpreis 31,20 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.6 Süd-Ecke Normalpreis / Jugend (b. 18 Jahre) 31,20 EUR / 22,55 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.15 Normalpreis 78,20 EUR
    Sitzplatz Kat.15a Normalpreis 78,20 EUR

    Sitplatz means sit.
    Stehplatz means stand.
    Familienblock means family area.
    Normalpreis means normal price.
     
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  3. Michael

    Michael Thoroughly Undervalued Member Moderator

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    I found the UK version of that site, can only see tickets for one match though, and even then it's a bit naff and doesn't allow baskets etc. Might just be my browser?
     
  4. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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    I never used the UK version, i don't know about it.
     
  5. Michael

    Michael Thoroughly Undervalued Member Moderator

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    Exact same on the German version.
     
  6. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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  7. Michael

    Michael Thoroughly Undervalued Member Moderator

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    Go to a tout. Haha thanks.
     
  8. Maria

    Maria The Misfit one

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    Which is the best place to sit for the atmosphere in the stadium I can't stand for a long time?
    Is it better to sit opposite the huge yellow wall (your dortmund kop)?

    Does the match ticket include train fare to Iduna park?

    Which is the nearest airport to Dortmund?

    If one was to stay overnight, where is the best and safest place/hotel in the city centre?

    Also, how far is Iduna park from the city centre? Is there a direct bus/train to the stadium

    I am wondering where away fans stay etc and how they get back?
     
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  9. Ken-LFC

    Ken-LFC Member of the Daniel Agger fan club

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    Iduna Park is one stadium i'd love to see a match at the atmosphere looks unbelievable
     
  10. Maria

    Maria The Misfit one

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  11. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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    Then it's better for you to sit in the middle. But it depends on fan. Some fans like to be in the Kop (just we call it not Kop), some fans have families and sit in the family block etc.
    Probably for you it's better, yes.
    This year I don't know. If I were you I would buy a flight to Düsseldorf and tickets separate. And from Düsseldorf to Dortmund I would take a train. Maybe I would stay not in Dortmund, I would take a hotel in the small nice city Unna near Dortmund. For example Albert Einstein was born there etc. And if you are there in May it's the best time, not in the winter.
    Airport Dortmund in Holzwickede.
    Then airport Münster/Osnabrück in Greven.
    Then airport Düsseldorf.
    I would not stay in the city centre or north, not the best area (in my opinion). I would stay in Unna or Münster and take train to Dortmund to the match.
    Easy to reach from the railway station. You can see in google map.
    Underground train (or should I could it metro in English?) station 'Westfalen Stadion'.
     
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  12. Maria

    Maria The Misfit one

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    Thank you @Dortmund fan, it is interesting to know. Will check those places out.

    I thought Dortmund city might be interesting to see. There are flights to Dortmund direct but the airport I would have to use is is a good hour and half away
    There nearest airport to me which goes direct to Dusseldorf. I thought it might be a hassle getting to Dortmund as Dusseldorf is a good hour away from Dortmund, thus preferring a direct flight.

    I went to Dusseldorf when I was child, can't remember much of it, but now, I heard it is a great city to go out in, as there is alot to do.

    Just wondering, what do the Dortmund youngsters do if there is not a lot in their city, do they head o Dusseldorf for the night life?
     
  13. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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    There is everywhere nightlife. I did think you want to see cultural and historical things.
     
  14. Maria

    Maria The Misfit one

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    Oh I do. I am just wondering about Dortmund as a city, someone there isn't much to see in Dortmund. I do like theatre and concerts too. Also, shopping, my mum loved the shops in Germany. In those days, there was more variety than in England and really good quality things.
     
  15. Dortmund fan

    Dortmund fan It's fishing time!

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    Well... It would be a wonder if a woman wrote "I don't like shopping".
    The city centres Unna, Cologne, Münster etc. are nice, that are cities around Dortmund. There are also Bochum, Essen, Hagen, Wuppertal.
    In Cologne you can see the big chirch like in Barcelona and to walk along the river.
     
  16. Maria

    Maria The Misfit one

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    Btw, I hate womens shoppinglol. I prefer going sight seeing and football! Yes, I know Kòln cathedral, been there several times. I like the city very much. Family friend lived there for many years. I remember a few of Turkish bakeries there, we used get fresh bread and pastries.
     

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