The newest edition of the World’s Fair, Expo Milano 2015 will be taking place in Milan, Italy for six months from May 1 to October 31.
There will be over 140 countries represented with the theme focused on Feeding the Planet, Energy For Life.
According to Expo2015.org “Expo Milano 2015 will talk about the problems of nutrition and the resources of our planet. The idea is to open up a dialogue between international players, and to exchange views on these major challenges which impact everyone“.
While I’d really love to attend Expo Milano 2015, the timing doesn’t seem to right. Kim, Lucas and I were in Milan last year and with many trips already in the works, getting back there won’t be happening this year.
At some point in the future, I’ll most likely make it a point to attend a world expo.
If you’re attending (or planning to attend) Expo Milano 2015, tickets to the event won’t be cheap. However, if you purchase your tickets prior to the opening, you’ll save up to 20%!
You can buy fixed date and open date tickets to Expo Milano 2015. If you know the exact date you want to attend, you’ll save some money by purchasing tickets this way. Open date tickets will be a bit pricier.
Pricing for Fixed Date Tickets:
- Adult: One Day- 27€, Two Days- 47€
- Senior Citizen: One Day- 20€, Two Days- 34€
- Family Package- 1 adult + 1 child: One Day-34.50€, Two Days- 62€
- Family Package- 2 adults + 1 child: One Day- 57.50€, Two Days- 105€
- Family Package- 1 adult + 2 children: One Day- 46€, Two Days- 81€
- Family Package- 2 adults + 2 children: One Day- 67€, Two Days- 124€
Pricing for Open Date Tickets:
- Adult: One Day- 32€, Two Days- 57€
- Senior Citizen: One Day- 25€, Two Days- 40€
- Family Package- 1 adult + 1 child: One Day- 41€, Two Days- 76€
- Family Package- 2 adults + 1 child: One Day- 69€, Two Days- 129€
- Family Package- 1 adult + 2 children: One Day- 54€, Two Days- 99€
- Family Package- 2 adults + 2 children: One Day- 82€, Two Days-152€
Ticket purchases must be made by credit card with Visa, Mastercard and Maestro being the only ones accepted.
According to expo2015.org, “Ticket prices are lower now than they ever will be during the six months of the Expo!”
So, if you’re going to the Expo, it sounds like it will definitely pay to buy your tickets now. I have to say that I am a bit surprised as to just how pricey these tickets are.
Find out more and purchase your Expo Milano 2015 tickets here before opening day on May 1 to save.
2 thoughts on “Buy Expo Milano 2015 Tickets In Advance & Save”
I highly recommend going. I went to Shanghai in 2010. Don’t make yourself wait for Dubai in 2020. It’s going through October.
Jonathan- I’d love to go but just don’t see having the time.