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Expo begins special ticket offers

09-23-2010 14:48 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

From today, holders of Expo 2010 tickets can exchange an unused standard day ticket for two night tickets of the same day from 4pm to 8:50pm at all ticket outlets at the Expo site, organisers of Expo 2010 Shanghai China announced yesterday.

Standard day special admission tickets, 3-day and 7-day tickets are not valid for the exchange.

Visitors preparing for Expo trips during the National Day holiday (October 1 to 7) should buy peak day tickets from 8am to 8:50pm at ticket outlets at the Expo site or licensed ticket outlets listed as follows.

China Mobile Huaihai Road M. Flagship Store - 1720 Huaihai Road M., Tel: 13917310081

China Mobile Yaohua Road Flagship Store - 4 Yoahua Road, Tel: 13916610086

China Telecom Caoxi Road N. Outlet - 915 Caoxi Road N., Tel: 021-64684001

Bank of Communication Expo Ticketing Flagship Store - 80 Nanjing Road E., Tel: 021-63216531

China Post Expo Ticketing Flagship Store - 5000 Pudong Road S., Tel: 021-68587105

China Post Railway Station Branch – 280 Moling Road, Tel: 021-63173514

Bailian Group – Tel: 021-96801 ext 0

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: expo2010.cn

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