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Top regional-event tickets online

INTERSTORE.sk, an e-shop with an extensive variety of products, and Eventim.sk, the Slovak branch of one of the biggest ticket sellers in Europe, have jointly launched an e-shop that sells tickets for top events across the central Europe region, located at TicketStore.sk.

INTERSTORE.sk, an e-shop with an extensive variety of products, and Eventim.sk, the Slovak branch of one of the biggest ticket sellers in Europe, have jointly launched an e-shop that sells tickets for top events across the central Europe region, located at TicketStore.sk.

The website offers tickets for summer concerts by Bruce Springsteen, Sting and Duran Duran, as well as open-air festivals and summer parties in Croatia and the World Ice Hockey Championship to be held in Finland.

“We were registering an interest from our customers for this kind of service for some period of time,” said Alexander Gramblička, director general of InterStore Group, adding that Slovaks can now buy tickets for the top events in the entire region via this e-shop or its bricks-and-mortar shop in Bratislava.

InterStore has also launched the sale of event tickets in the Czech Republic and plans to do so in Hungary too.

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