Normally we sell tickets to our events in January/February.
We will keep you posted here when we launch tickets for 2021.
There is also some circulation of second hand tickets. People with tickets realizing that they will not be able to make it to the event. Ticket owners that want to sell their ticket need to find the buyer him- or herself, and agree on the terms of the sales – exactly like for most events.
Fjällräven supports this second hand sales of tickets by providing a process so that the buyer knows that the tickets are legit, and the seller knows legit tickets are fine to sell in order to give someone else the experience when they can’t make it themselves.
We kindly ask all parts in a second hand transfer of tickets to follow this flow of forms described here and that you access on the link below.
If you need to get in contact directly with Fjällräven Classic customer service agent you can use these emails.
Fjällräven Classic Sweden – Classic@fjallraven.com
Fjällräven Classic Denmark – Classic.email@example.com
Fjällräven Classic Germany – Classic.firstname.lastname@example.org
Fjällräven Classic UK- Classic.email@example.com
Thank you for applying. See you at Fjällräven Classic Germany 27-29 May
Fjällräven Classic Germany is taking place in May 27-29, 2020.
To ensure everyone has a fair chance to buy tickets, they will be sold using the following system. We will open ticket registration on January 22, 2020 at 10 am CET for 24 hours, during which you need to sign up in order to be in with a chance of participating in Classic Germany. Tickets will then be randomly assigned and those who are selected will receive an email with a link to buy up to 4 tickets within 7 days of registration closing. Tickets not purchased within 24 hours of the email being sent will then be offered to the next person on the list.
Tickets adult: € 185
Tickets youth: € 150 (aged between 12-18 years)
Note that if you’re under 18 and travelling without your parents you’ll need your parents’ or guardians’ permission to join Classic Germany so we can contact them in case of emergency.
At Fjällräven Classic Germany all participants start on the first day in four different start groups.
You can choose your desired start time with your registration. Please note that if a starting group is already fully booked shifts may occur.
Group 1 (May 27, 8:00 am)
Group 2 (May 27, 8:15 am)
Group 3 (May 27, 8:30 am)
Group 4 (May 27, 8:45 am)