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14 - 22 oct. Cluj-Napoca

Transylvania Open WTA 250, last year’s best WTA250 tournament, will take place from October 14th to October 22nd, 2023, at BTarena in Cluj-Napoca.

For the qualifying days on October 14th-15th, the audience has free access, but it is necessary to obtain a zero-value ticket and reserve a seat in the venue through the ticketing partner’s website, Reservations for the qualifying days will be available online starting from September 25th and on-site during the event, subject to availability.

Tickets for the tournament include single-day passes granting access to all matches on the respective day at both playing courts, as well as 100 season passes for the entire period from October 16th to October 22nd.

Tournament tickets are exclusively available on, and we do not take responsibility for tickets purchased through other ticketing platforms (e.g., viagogo).

Please note:

  • Tickets on sale for the CENTRAL court also grant access to COURT 2, subject to seat availability.
  • For the CENTRAL court, tickets will have specific seat assignments, including sector, row, and seat number. This rule does not apply to COURT 2, where ticket holders will have open seating.
  • Tickets are sold by day, not by individual matches. Postponement or continuation of a match to the next day does not grant access based on the previous day’s ticket.
  • Purchased tickets are non-refundable.

Tickets can be bought from our ticketing partner -

Tickets purchased for the CENTRAL COURT, the ones that have category, row and seat identifiers, also allow access to Court 2. At Court 2 you can take any free seat.

Yes, within the limits of the dedicated seats in the hall. Ramps and other wheelchair facilities are available on site. You can request tickets by writing to

Yes, subject to availability. If the day you wish to enter the matches is SOLD OUT, there will be no tickets on sale at BT Arena.

The competition allows free entry for minors under the age of 6, provided they are held in the arms of accompanying adults. The rule is that one adult can enter with only one child under the age of 6. Children who have turned 6 years old need a ticket to enter the hall at the tournament.

Purchasing tickets from third parties or other ticket sellers (eg Viagogo) is not recommended.