Tickets and Prices

  • Ticket Shop
    The Online-Ticket Shop opens on 14 December 2021.

Due to the hygiene regulations currently in force, ticket sales for the Leipzig Book Fair 2022 will take place exclusively online. There will be no box offices on site.

Please note: Only one-day tickets will be sold for the Leipzig Book Fair 2022. Season tickets and trade visitor tickets will no longer be offered.

Ticket sales in the online ticket shop will start on 14 December 2021. Tickets will be available at our ticket agencies from 20 December 2021. You will find the overview at this point. The following ticket types will be offered:

  • Day ticket
  • Day ticket reduced
  • Day ticket child (6-12 years)
  • Day ticket afternoon - admission from 3 pm

Ticket Prices Leipzig Book Fair 2022

Trade fair ticketsPrice
Day ticket20,00 €
Day ticket - reduced rate*16,50 €
Day ticket - child (6 - 12 years)10,00 €
Children 0 - 5 yearsfree
Day ticket - afternoon (admission from 3:00 pm)12,50 €
Day ticket - Group general (price per person, from 10 persons, available from 10 January 2022, order via tickets@leipziger-messe.de )17,00 €
Day ticket - Students group (price per person, only for student classes, admission only on Thu & Fri, available from 10 January 2022, order via tickets@leipziger-messe.de )10,00 €

*The following groups of people are eligible for a discount upon presentation of their identification: pupils, students, trainees, people with disabilities from a degree of 20%, pensioners, unemployed persons, welfare recipients, EU pensioners (= disability pensioners), people on disability, participants in the federal and youth voluntary service, volunteer card holders and Leipzig card holders. In addition, an accompanying person of any severely disabled person with mark "B" in their ID card may enter free of charge upon presentation of their identification. We reserve the right to validate reduction credentials on-site. The appropriate evidence must be brought along.

Note: Children up to and including 5 years receive free admission. In accordance with the rules of Leipziger Messe GmbH, children under the age of 14 will only be admitted if accompanied by an adult.

Important Information on Public Transport

Travel sustainably with your trade fair ticket! Our admission tickets, including online tickets, entitle the holder to free travel to and from the exhibition grounds on the day of your visit using local public transport operated by the MDV (Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund), where this is expressly stated on the ticket.

Before starting your journey, tick the day on the weekday strip on your ticket. For online tickets, enter the ticket date and sign your ticket. Please enter the name in the online ticket shop of the visitor who will be using the online ticket. Failure to do so may result in the ticket not being valid for free travel on local public transport.

Please note: Our local transport ticket service is only valid for Leipziger Messe's own events.

Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund (MDV) tariff zones

Free travel to and from the exhibition grounds on the day of the event by public transport operated by MDV (Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund) is valid for the following regions and tariff zones: 110, 151, 156, 162, 163, 168, 210 and 225.

Download tariff zone map

Information for Visitors With Reduced Mobility

We strive to ensure that you can reach your destination quickly and unhindered. For this reason, the Leipzig exhibition grounds are designed to be barrier-free and offers short and easy routes. All halls are at ground level and there are no thresholds to restrict your access. You can find out more about accessibility at the grounds of the Leipzig Messe here.

We recommend the following entrances for your visit to the fair:

  • If you arrive by car, please use the East entrance
  • If arriving by tram, you can get to the fair via the West entrance (Glass Hall).

If you are travelling by train, please be sure to alight at the Hauptbahnhof stop instead of the Leipzig Messe stop. Accessible, low-floor trams run from the main railway station on tram line 16. Continue to the Messegelände tram stop and then follow the signs.

The DB hotline for passengers with reduced mobility can be reached by telephone via the Mobility Service Centre 01805 / 512 512 (Euro 0.14 / min.) or at www.bahn.de/handicap .

  • For a safe visit
    We have developed our "Safe Expo" hygiene concept for the protection of all participants including exhibitors, visitors, organisers and service personnel.
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