The World Games offers a special Day Pass till June 30th. Here are the details.

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The World Games Are Coming sign at Crossplex. (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

For a limited time, The World Games 2022 is offering a day pass that allows fans to attend multiple sports competitions held during a single day.

Called “The World Games Day Pass” the cost is just $35. The offer ends on June 30.

The Details

TWG22 statue
(Jacob Blankenship / Bham Now)

How Does It Work?

Organizer provided the following example:

Fans purchasing a Day Pass for Saturday, July 9 can attend several exciting competitions:

  • Drone Racing at Protective Stadium
  • Archery at Avondale Park
  • Lacrosse presented by Premier Lacrosse League at UAB PNC Field
  • Sumo at Boutwell Auditorium
  • Softball presented by Medical Properties Trust at the Hoover Met
  • Bowling and DanceSport at the BJCC
Boutwell Auditorium
Photo via The World Games 2022

“The World Games 2022 is an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch amazing sports and athletes in-person, and we want to be able to offer that opportunity to as many as possible. That’s the idea behind the $35 Day Pass,” said TWG 2022 CEO Nick Sellers. “Fans with a Day Pass can see as many exciting competitions in a single day as they want. And with our Ride the Line system, they can get free rides to most venues.”

TWG 2022 Links

The World Games 2022
Vulcan and Vesta are ready! (TWG 2022)

Day Passes are available until June 30 at www.twg2022.com, where a schedule of all sports competitions is also available.

For more information about the free Ride the Line system, visit www.twg2022.com/ride.

“The ability to buy a ticket and then choose from the complete menu of sports competitions is a huge benefit to fans,” Sellers concluded.

Want to learn about The World Games 2022?  Here is a series of stories that have appeared in Bham Now.

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Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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