World Championship 2015: Tickets On Sale Next Week


This year’s World Championship may still have a week to run, but for those of you looking to book a trip to snooker’s most iconic venue, the tickets for the 2015 event will go on sale at 10:00am on Tuesday 6th May 2015.

As usual during the last few seasons, tickets are available from or by calling 0844 65 65 147.

Interestingly, the format and ticket prices are also available here, which show that the provisional format appears to be unchanged from this year.

Clearly however, the final paragraph looks now to be set to change, following Barry Hearn’s recent press conference, during which he stated that the final seedings revision for the tournament will come after next season’s China Open, not before as is provisionally stated on the format.

Crucible Ticket Prices Unveiled

A short post to flag up the fact that World Snooker today revealed the provisional session times and ticket prices for the 2014 World Championship, ahead of tickets going on sale to the public this Saturday morning.

As an amusing aside, the document at the time of writing comes up as ‘EMBASSY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP’ in Firefox, either letting slip a lawbreaking new sponsorship deal, or somewhat more likely the fact that an old template has been used by World Snooker.

Click here to view the prices in full, with prices ranging from £15.00-£70.00 per session.

Crucible Tickets On Sale 13th July

As announced over at World Snooker yesterday, tickets for the 2014 World Championship will go on sale from Saturday 13th July 2013.

In previous years these have been made available at around 10:00am and have sold out within minutes, so if you are interested, particularly in the final sessions, be sure to check early on.

If you do miss out, do not panic – it is also normal to see tickets for the front rows to be held back until a date closer to the tournament, while there are often returns available from the Box Office, right up until the start of the session that you are looking at. That said however, I would nevertheless recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.

If you are looking for somewhere to stay, you can do a lot worse than the Sheffield Central Travelodge, which at the time of writing currently offers rooms at the bargain price of £22.00 per night. The facilities are basic, but if you are anything like me then you will not be there for anything more than sleeping!

Tickets can be purchased from 13th July by calling 0844 65 65 147 or visiting