Special Journalist Offer for the 2017 Season
You are planning to write about HANSA-PARK?
We are delighted that you are planning to visit HANSA-PARK and write about your Park experience.
Full-time press representatives enjoy free admission in the 2017 season.
Please present your valid press card in person to our staff at the administration building to the left of the main entrance on the day of your visit. The press card must show the current year and have been issued by one of the media associations listed below:
DJV, DFJ, DPV, DVPJ, DFJV, VDZ, BDZV, dju in Ver.di, FREELENS, VDS.
On top you may be accompanied by up to three persons who will each be given a HANSA-PARK voucher which they can exchange for an entrance ticket at the box office. A charge of 19 euros per voucher applies.
Please note that we do not recognise youth press cards.
We want to facilitate your work and provide the best possible conditions for you. To help us do that, we kindly ask you to complete the online accreditation form and email it back to us in a timely manner to allow us to prepare everything for your visit.
Our PR Department will either confirm the date you wish to visit the Park or, in exceptional cases, provide an alternative date. To ensure that we can accommodate your specific wishes, please let us know roughly what you plan to write about.
For instance, please tell us in advance if you wish to interview someone or plan to take photos and/or film a TV production. Together with the respective HANSA-PARK departments in charge we will arrange everything to be able to issue the required photo and filming permits.
If you are a full-time press representative but do not hold any of the abovementioned press cards and plan a concrete report about HANSA-PARK, please send us a confirmation letter from your editorial office stating the medium, circulation, planned publication date and the section the report will be published in to email@example.com at least two working days prior to your planned visit.
We are looking forward to reading your report and, of course, receiving specimen copies.