Ticket prices 2016

Ticket prices for 2016 will be announced shortly on this page.

Good to know:

/ Trade Visitor Days and Private Visitor Days:
The first three days of the Frankfurt Book Fair are for professional visitors only. On the weekend all visitors are welcomed to the Fair.

/ Free public transport for Trade Visitors and Exhibitors:
Exhibitor passes and entrance tickets for trade visitors, booksellers and librarians entitle holders to use public transport in the greater Rhine Main area (RMV). Complimentary tickets and vouchers as well as privat visitor tickets do not include the use of public transport.

Barrier-free access

Wheelchair users and people who need to be accompanied by helper (German "B" marker or equivalent in the disability pass) may enter the exhibition site together with their companion, free of charge on all days of the Fair after 9.00 am. Disabled people without the German "B" marker or equivalent in their disability pass, but having a disability status equivalent to the German certification GdB 50 or higher can obtain a reduced-rate one-day ticket for trade visitor days. Disabled people without accompanying persons and a disability status below GdB 50 or equivalent are required to pay the normal price.

Wheelchair rental
Wheelchairs and electric scooters can be rented on a daily basis for a security desposit. Please receive more relevant information via the Info-Hotline of the Messe Frankfurt, Phone: 069 - 7575 6999
Brochure: barrier-free access

Ticket Purchasing / Pre-Sale Alert

Purchase your ticket for the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 in good time. If you register with us we will inform you by e-mail as soon as it starts.

Trade Visitor or Private Visitor – Which ticket type is for me?

You are a trade visitor, if you:

  • are involved professionally in the development, production, marketing or communication of print and electronic media or the arts
  • work in the education sector
  • are a student (all fields of study)
  • are author