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OVER 80 percent of tickets for the McCoy^s Premier League Darts have now been sold - with 70,000 tickets snapped up a month ahead of the tournament^s start at the Manchester Arena.

The eight-player, £450,000 event sees stars including 15-time World Champion Phil Taylor, reigning World Champion Adrian Lewis and current Premier League Darts champion Gary Anderson battling across 15 weeks for the prestigious £150,000 title.

The trio are joined by reigning UK Open champion James Wade, World Championship finalist Andy Hamilton, Players Championship winner Kevin Painter, Australian star Simon Whitlock and Holland^s five-time World Champion Raymond van Barneveld in the McCoy^s Premier League Darts.

The tournament kicks off on Thursday February 9 at the Manchester Arena, and will progress on a tour of the UK & Ireland for the next 14 weeks as the players compete twice in the league phase before the top four contest the Play-Offs at The O2 in London on May 17.

Following the opening night in Manchester, which is on course for a record crowd for the event at the venue, the players proceed to Aberdeen for week two, with all tickets for the AECC already sold out.

Play then crosses the Irish Sea to Belfast, before returning to England to be played at the Westpoint Arena in Exeter and The Brighton Centre on the first two Thursdays in March.

The McCoy^s Premier League Darts will visit Dublin for the first time on Thursday March 22 to be held at The O2 as the league phase reaches its halfway point.

The Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff will host the eighth league night - with all tickets for the Welsh leg of the event already snapped up - before Nottingham^s Capital FM Arena, Sheffield^s Motorpoint Arena and the BIC in Bournemouth host further league nights.

The Echo Arena in Liverpool, Birmingham^s NIA and the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle will stage the remaining league nights, before the top four players head to The O2 in London on Thursday May 17 to contest the Play-Offs.

"Following the hugely successful Ladbrokes World Championship and last week^s announcement of the eight competing players there has been another surge in interest in the McCoy^s Premier League Darts," said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.

"The tournament is already set to welcome more fans than ever as we embark on our 15 nights across the UK and Ireland, and the interest from fans at all venues has been phenomenal, with over 70,000 tickets now bought for the event.

"The arenas in Cardiff and Aberdeen have already sold-out but we^re delighted with the response from fans in Ireland, who are guaranteed to make our first visit to The O2 in Dublin a memorable one.

"The McCoy^s Premier League Darts promises to be the best-ever, with the line-up of players featuring the biggest names in darts, our in-form players and stars looking to join the elite group to have lifted this trophy."

Tickets for the 2012 Premier League Darts cost £35 for floor table seats and £20 for tiered seating plus booking fee (€40/€25 plus booking fee in Dublin), and are still available from each individual venues^ Box Office.


McCoy^s Premier League Darts

Night One

Thurs Feb 9

Manchester Arena

0844 847 8000

Night Two

Thurs Feb 16

AECC, Aberdeen


Night Three

Thurs Feb 23

Odyssey Arena, Belfast

0844 277 4455

Night Four

Thurs Mar 1

Westpoint Arena, Exeter

08444 99 99 55

Night Five

Thurs Mar 8

The Brighton Centre

0844 847 1515

Night Six

Thurs Mar 15

SECC, Glasgow

0844 395 4000

Night Seven

Thurs Mar 22

The O2, Dublin

00353 818 719 300

Night Eight

Thurs Mar 29

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff


Night Nine

Thurs Apr 5

Capital FM Arena, Nottingham

08444 124 624

Night Ten

Thur! s Apr 12

Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield

0114 256 56 56

Night 11

Thurs Apr 19

BIC, Bournemouth

0844 576 3000

Night 12

Thurs Apr 26

Echo Arena, Liverpool

0844 8000 400

Night 13

Thurs May 3

NIA, Birmingham

0844 338 0338

Night 14

Thurs May 10

Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

0844 493 6666


Thurs May 17

The O2, London

0844 856 0202

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