7 December 2023 - 7:59

Grandvalira puts the tickets for the Alpine Ski World Cup Soldeu 2024 on sale

To enjoy the Giant Slalom and Slalom races from the stands the ticket price is 20 euros per day

5% of the proceeds from ticket sales will be used to support charity, going to the Andorran Association against Cancer


The Organising Committee of the Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup Soldeu 2024 has put the tickets on sale today for the event that will take place on the 10th and 11th of February on the legendary Avet slope in the Grandvalira ski area. The tickets, that can already be purchased from the website for the sports event https://events.grandvalira.com/ca/grandvalirasoldeuworldcup/entradas, allow you to book your seat in the stands for the race days. This position will provide you with a place to be able to comfortably enjoy the sporting spectacle on offer with the best ski racers in the world, and to experience a unique atmosphere thanks to the energising activities planned for the areas where the stands are and in the Village. The price to be able to witness the technical tests that will be disputed on the Avet course is 20 euros per day. Tickets to access the stands for children up to the age of 10 years old are free of charge. For infants from 0 to 3 years old, it is not necessary to book tickets through the website, but they will not occupy a seat of their own (sharing with their guardian). On the other hand, for children from 3 to 10 years old it is necessary to book at Ticketmaster as they will occupy a seat for themselves. People who hold and enjoy the benefits of the Grandvalira Resorts Season Pass are entitled to a 10% discount on the ticket price.

In accordance with the strategic alignment set out in the candidacy for the World Championships Andorra 2029 regarding promoting the values of accessibility and inclusion, 5% of the proceeds from ticket sales will be used to support charity, in this case going to ASSANDCA (the Andorran Association against Cancer). In this way, and specifically for the event, the organisation will allocate a number of places at the foot of the Avet course to make the winter season’s most important sporting event in the country more accessible to those people who have some form of physical disability. In line with this, the organisation has made an investment of 15,000 euros to set up an access track that will go from the square to the first row in the stands thus guaranteeing access for these users.


Sale of VIP products

The organisation offers the possibility of purchasing up to four different VIP options to experience the event. In addition to the races, the event will become a meeting place with various different activities on offer, with gastronomy playing an important role. One of the offerings is the Avet Lounge that will be located on the terrace in the Sport Hotel Village which provides extraordinary views of the competition course, with breakfast and lunch, among other things. In the stands, located on the platform, the All Stars Tribune product will also be made available for you to be able to enjoy unparalleled views of the race settings, gourmet gastronomic service and a welcome gift at the foot of the slope. Additionally, the Gold Grandvalira product offers the possibility of combining the experience, by giving you access to the VIP area on the terrace (Sport Hotel Village), and also to the one in the stands.

Moreover, one of the options that this edition also features is the option VIP with skis that has been designed for expert level skiers. This will allow you to live the World Cup experience accompanied by a professional guide, to be right up close to the racers and to enjoy areas that are not accessible to the general public, right next to the competition area. This pass will allow you to take a visit to the racers’ Ski Room and gives you access to the VIP area at the finish.

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