Advance sale of tickets for the Central European Rally ends on Tuesday night. All information needed for a trip to the rally is available online and for offline use in the mobile app from partner TW-Sportsoft. Only stage passes (from € 25) available on site.
The Central European Rally is switching to “Live Mode”: the advance sale of tickets via the online shop and the event homepage ceases on Tuesday night (24th October). After that, those making their mind up to visit the rally at the last minute will only be able to purchase tickets on site – only stage passes for the individual stages from Thursday to Sunday will be available. Visitors wishing to purchase a weekend or day ticket must do so before the advance sale ends. Anyone wanting to be perfectly prepared for their trip to the rally now has access to all the relevant information and is advised to take the opportunity to download the relevant documents. Ticket shop, documents for download and the latest news can be found at centraleuropeanrally.eu.
Day and weekend tickets can still be purchased online until the advance sale officially ends at 23:59 on Tuesday. After that, only single tickets for the individual special stages on the four days from Thursday to Sunday will be available. Admission to the super special stages in Prague (Velka Chuchle) costs € 40 (standing) or € 80 (sitting). Tickets for the stage in Klatovy, Czecz Republic, cost € 34 and € 68. For Friday, Saturday and Sunday, tickets are available at € 25 for each stage. Important to know: payments on site can only be made in cash – in the Czech Republic, this can obviously be in Czech koruna as well as euros. Admission tickets can be purchased at spectator entrances to the individual fan zones along the special stages, as well as at the service park in Passau. Visitors can also enjoy a free view of the rally cars there and elsewhere: for example, no admission fee is charged for the area around the Dreiländerhalle in Passau – only the actual service area, in which the teams are working on the cars, can only be accessed with a valid ticket or by paying an individual admission fee of € 5. The Shakedown on Wednesday (25th October), the Show Start in Prague (Thursday, 26th October) and the presentation in Passau on Sunday (29th October) are also free of charge.
All you need to know for a great day out at the Central European Rally
Visitors to the Central European Rally can ensure they are well-informed beforehand and should consider making sure they have key information in a format that can be used offline. After all, the network coverage is not always perfect in the beautiful forests and hilly landscapes of the event region. However, anyone with a mobile device need not worry about getting lost in the Bavarian Forest, as all visitor information has been designed to be easily downloaded onto a mobile phone. This includes detailed maps of spectator and parking locations, which are available both on the homepage and in the smartphone app from event partner TW-Sportsoft (available for iOS and Android devices in the respective stores). The latter provides maps and sketches, as well as the schedule and entry list, even when no network is available. Another useful aid is the official rally magazine, which is available free of charge in digital format only, in order to reduce the impact on the environment. This can be downloaded via the homepage and is automatically available offline in the TW-Sportsoft app.