Buy Nationals tickets and see England for free!

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Paul Stimpson

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Tickets to the PG Mutual National Championships are now on sale – and each one comes with a FREE ticket to watch England Leopards men and women in action.

The Nationals, from Thursday March 1 to Sunday March 4, is the third and final event of a series being staged at the iconic Copper Box Arena on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The extravaganza of table tennis starts with the Team World Cup from February 22-25, followed by a double-header European Championships fixture from 6pm on Tuesday February 27, when England men take on Bosnia-Herzegovina and the women face Norway.

Every ticket purchased for the Friday, Saturday or Sunday of the Nationals will entitle the ticket-holder to get in to watch the European Championships matches for free.

And there is more good news – there is no charge to get in to the first day of the Nationals on Thursday March 1, when the under-21 men’s and women’s singles will take place, while under-fives are free on every day.

Tickets for the Friday start from just £5 if bought in advance; Saturday tickets cost from £8; and the prices for finals day on Sunday start at £10. There are discounts available for three-day tickets for Friday to Sunday.

We are also offering a small number of premium tickets on all three days, which guarantee spectators the best seats in the house – all other seats are unreserved.

Tickets are now on sale via The Ticket Factory website – Click here to buy tickets

Full prices

Friday
Adults £5; Concessions £5; Premium £8 (54 premium tickets available)

Saturday
Adults £12; Concessions £8; Premium £15 (60 tickets available)

Sunday
Adults £15; Concessions £10; Premium £20 (60 tickets available)

Three-day
Adults £30; Concessions £21

Concessions are for under-16s, those in full-time education and over-65s. Under-fives are free.

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