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2014 FAST5 Netball World Series Tickets On Sale

2014 FAST5 Netball World Series Tickets On Sale

12 June 2014

Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 FAST5 Netball World Series at Auckland’s Vector Arena across the weekend of November 8-9.

This hugely popular annual sporting event showcases the top six Netballing nations in the world playing the dynamic shortened form of the game dubbed FAST5, which incorporates five players per team, unique shooting zones and rolling subs.

For the first time, FAST5 organisers are offering a ‘Platinum’ category of seats in the lower bowl at Vector Arena. These seats are the closest to the on-court action and are only available to fans wanting to purchase the two day ‘Tournament Pass’.

Another first for 2014 is a unique opportunity to attend the FAST5 Cocktail Party onFriday November 7 at the Heritage Hotel from from 6pm-8pm. Select players from each of the six teams will be in attendance, mixing and mingling at the Heritage Hotel. Tickets to the FAST5 Cocktail party are on sale this week for $75.

This year the FAST5 Netball World Series will play over two days and supporters are offered a range of different ticketing options which cover the two day ‘Tournament Passes’ and the individual ‘Day Passes’.

Tournament Passes are the first to go on sale with options of Platinum seating, Premium seating and A Reserve seating starting at less than $100 for an adult ticket for the whole FAST5 event.

Children’s Tournament Passes start at $49.50 with the Family Tournament Pass option of two adults and two children starting from less than $300.

FAST5 Netball World Series Day Passes go on sale to the public on Thursday July 3rd.

Go to www.ticketmaster.co.nz for more ticketing information.

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