FURTHER tickets for the 2018/2019 William Hill World Darts Championship have gone on sale as the PDC clamps down on secondary ticket markets.

The PDC recognises the increasing concerns from fans that tickets are being re-sold for profit, and working in conjunction with SeeTickets a number of tickets have now been removed from secondary ticket sites, with the original booking cancelled.

The good news for darts fans is that these tickets have gone back on general sale, meaning a limited supply of tickets are available for most sessions at Alexandra Palace.

The additional tickets went on sale at 1000 on Wednesday October 17 through SeeTickets.

"The PDC is committed to ensuring that tickets end up in the hands of genuine darts fans," said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.

"We are grateful for the help of SeeTickets in helping us to clamp down on secondary ticket sales and for putting those tickets back on general sale.

"The William Hill World Darts Championship has become a phenomenon in worldwide sport given its incredible growth in recent years and we want to make it accessible to as many genuine fans as possible."

Following huge demand for tickets, with 75,000 sold so far for the festive spectacular, all remaining standard tickets are now on sale to the general public.

The William Hill World Darts Championship will be held from December 13 2018-January 1 2019 at London's Alexandra Palace.

The tournament's expansion to 96 players means that an additional six sessions will take place during the event.

How to purchase tickets:
Online Sales via SeeTickets: CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS
Telephone Sales via SeeTickets: Call 0844 871 8807


SeeTickets have also introduced an ethical resale website for fans who have tickets for this year’s event which genuinely cannot be used - CLICK HERE FOR THE SEETICKETS TICKET EXCHANGE

Tickets for the 2019 Unibet Premier League are also now on GENERAL SALE