Reminder Deadline for 2001 buyers to purchase discounted tickets to 2003 World Championships is Jan

By Janessa Pierce | Jan. 09, 2003, 12 a.m. (ET)
The World Championships of Freestyle Wrestling is returning to New York City in 2003 and time is running out for 2001 ticket holders to take advantage of an incredible discount on tickets. Fans who purchased tickets for the 2001 World Championships (which was postponed after the events of 9/11) can receive these special rates if they purchase by January 30, 2003. Don't miss out! If you were a 2001 ticket buyer and plan to attend the 2003 World Championships, take advantage of this special offer. Call 1-877-NYC-2003 today to reserve your seats! Mention CODE: N2001. 2001 Ticket Buyers Special - All Season Passes (All Six Sessions) Lower Level Reserved (Loge) $120 ($185 after Jan. 30) Club Level Reserved (100's and 200's) $85 ($120 after Jan. 30) General Admission $80 VIP Gold Pass (all six sessions) $495 VIP Gold Pass includes VIP seating, VIP hospitality with food and beverage Saturday and Sunday evening, VIP gift pack, commemorative program, daily pairings and brackets delivered to seats, and a ticket to Sunday Evening Awards Gala. This prestigious event will be hosted at Madison Square Garden from September 12-14, 2003. It is the first world championship event announced by NYC2012 since New York was selected by the United States Olympic Committee as the U.S. Bid City for the 2012 Olympic Games. Fans can expect gripping action while over 500 of the world's best freestyle wrestlers battle it out for international glory. The world's best men and women freestyle wrestlers will be on display, a preview of the action at the 2004 Olympic Games. "USA Wrestling is excited to once again have a chance to host the World Championships in the United States. Wrestling continues to grow and thrive in the United States and it's important that we provide our fans with world-class events. U.S. fans should take advantage of this chance. Buy your tickets early and come support our U.S. wrestlers," said USA Wrestling Director of National Events Pete Isais. For more information on the World Championships visit: