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In addition to purchasing ticketsonline at www.expo2015.org and through the Expo Milano 2015 Official App (the official App of the event available from the Apple Store and Google Play, developed in collaboration with Accenture), tickets can also be purchased at the Expo Gate in largo Cairoli and at the Milan Visitor Center in largo Cairoli as well as online at www.zaniviaggi.it/expo2015. Tickets are also available at the Triennale, at branches of Intesa Sanpaolo, Banking Partner of the event as well as through the online channels of authorized ticket resellers.
You can browse the various ticket options available on the www.expo2015.org portal; for tickets purchased prior to 1 May 2015, the maximum cost of a standard ticket is €32. Various price options are available according to type of visitor, length of the visit (a ticket for multi-day entry costs less than a one-day ticket) and day (depending on whether you purchase an open or fixed-date ticket). Additionally, special packages for families with children, reduced priced tickets for visitors over the age of 65, discounts for group visits and special prices for schools are also available.
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Keep your Expo 2015 ticket, show it at the ticket office of the Acquario di Genova and get a discount of 5€ on the regular price*
– Keep your Expo 2015 ticket, show it at the ticket office of the Triennale and visit the museum’s collections for FREE.
*Limitations The promotional offer applies only to full adult, kids (4-12 years old) and reduced tickets for the Acquario di Genova and cannot be combined with other promotions. Valid until 31/Dec/2015.