Tickets for the greatest show on earth drupa 2016 (31 May to 10 June 2016) will be available online from January 2 at www.drupa.de. Provided as e-tickets, drupa says they will offer a dual purpose: to save time and money, as they provide entry to the mammoth show, and free transport on trains, buses and trams. Visitors can buy the tickets online and print them on their own printer or download as a code. The e-ticket is cheaper than any ticket bought on the day. Daily tickets cost 45 euros online whereas the price at the ticket offices onsite in Düsseldorf is 65 euros.
Visitors who want to come to drupa for more than one day also profit from the online offers. A three-day card is available via the internet for 120 euros instead of 175 euros when purchased onsite. When buying the five-day ticket you can save as much as 100 euros and pay 190 euros instead of 290 euros when purchased on-site. The drupa exhibition is open daily from 10am-6pm daily except the weekend when it closes at 5pm. All drupa tickets include free return travel to the trade show by bus, train and tram within the local travel networks Verkehrsverbunds Rhein-Ruhr (VRR) and Rhein-Sieg (VRS) (2nd class, only trains without surcharges). More information on the route network can be found at http://www.vrr.de and www.vrs-info.de.
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