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Under 26 years of age?

Sit wherever you like, pay the HALF PRICE. Anytime.

 
Condition* In order to obtain the discount, you must provide a proof of age upon entrance. An id-card with your photo must be shown. The discount cannot be combined with other discounts.

Students above the age of 26 may obtain a student discount at 50 % on the Third balcony.


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