How to buy tickets for Expo 2015 in Milan
07 Oct

How to buy tickets for Expo 2015 in Milan

The Universal exposition of Milan 2015 is only a few months away, opening on May 1, 2015 and ending on 31 October of the same year. The ticket sale has already started, but where and how you can buy them?

The fastest way is to go to the Expo2015.org website, specifically in the “Tickets” area, and proceed to purchase them electronically. In the world of smartphones and tablets, an App was in order, and in this case it was created by Accenture: the Expo Milano 2015 Official App is available on both Apple Store and Google Play. The Intesa Sanpaolo circuit of banks has instead made ​​available its branches, ATMs and its Internet banking service. To buy tickets you will just need to fill out the application on the dedicated platform and print the ticket. If the purchase is made before the opening date, a discount of up to 20% on each category of visitor will be applied.

For those who prefer traditional methods, you can buy tickets at the Expo Gate, in front of Piazza Castello in Milan, and in all the authorized dealers listed on the official website of Expo. Finally, a call center service will also be activated.

The maximum price of a ticket is of 32 € for an adult, which may fall down to 27 €: the price difference is due to the ticket having a fixed date or not. Full fares will apply to all visitors with ages ranging between 14 and 64 years by the day of the visit to Expo. The organization also provides discounts for students and for ages 65 and over, with tickets costing no more than 20 € for them.

Family packages fares apply to families of 2 adults and 2 children, with a cost of 67 € per ticket on a fixed date or 81 € for those with an open date. Children under 4 years old get in for free, as well as caregivers of people with disabilities, who are entitled to discounted tickets at a cost of 16 or 13 €. In these latter cases, it is not possible however to buy tickets online, as it is required to show an ID card.

Cut-price tickets will also be available for night entrances, after 6:30 pm: at that time, the exhibition halls will be closed but the public will be able to attend concerts and shows. People will have the opportunity to buy tickets for consecutive days admission.