The most important new features this year are the Auditori Part I and Part II passes, new packs and the sale of tickets for the opening and closing galas
Passes go on sale for this year’s Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia starting this Thursday, 21 July, at 12:00 noon.
Once again, the Festival will be making the usual passes available to the general public at the same prices as last year. This is the case with the Matinée Pass (99 €), valid to access all morning screenings at the Auditori until 15:00, the Auditori VIP Seat Pass (350 euros) and the Retiro VIP Seat Pass (275 euros), which give you access to all screenings at the Auditori or El Retiro, respectively, with a reserved seat in the very best zone.
The Complete Auditori Pass (250 euros) renews the same conditions from previous years, with access to all screenings at the Auditori during the Festival and offers new options. This year, we’ve created the new Auditori Part I (160 euros) and Auditori Part II (130 euros) passes, which allow you to access all screenings at the Auditori from 7 to 12 October and from 12 to 16 October, respectively.
All passes give you access to the presale period, can be purchased until October 2nd and do not include the October 16th Marathons or the opening and closing screenings (with the exception of the VIP Seat Passes). New this year, you can also make a “blind” purchase of tickets for the opening and closing galas starting July 21st.
This year’s Festival also presents the new Ticket Extra (9 euros), and much more flexible versions of our ticket packs from previous years like the Fan Pack 10 (85 euros), the Super Fan Pack 20 (150 euros) and the Cult Pack 30 (215 euros). These packs allow you to exchange tickets to be chosen from General Admission Price, Wake-Up, and Sitges Clàssics screenings, short film and 3D screenings, marathons and double bills, and also allow you to access the presale.
In addition to these options, once again the Festival is selling the Anima’t Pack, which entitles you to four different screenings from the Anima’t section, including the Anima’t Shorts and 3D screenings.