Wimbledon Tickets

    Where do I bye these from. Any info on people who have bought them?
    Looking for tickets between 30th June and 5th July but would prefer to watch it later on: obvious reasons why!


    You can't buy them like you would for other sporting events. You have to enter your name in a ballot in September for next year's Wimbledon tickets. If you are lucky, your name gets picked in the ballot and you are randomly allocated 2 tickets for the event. You can't pick and choose. Some sell them on fee-bay, but it's very risky buying from them given the checks that LTA does in tracking these down and invalidating them. You can buy these at very inflated prices on other ticket sites. The only ones you can publicly buy are debenture tickets and these are well sought after and quite pricey.

    If you just want to go to the outside courts (which is still a great day out) you can just turn up on the day, queue and pay about £15 or something. I go pretty much every year to the outside courts. On the Wimbledon website it says that some show court tickets are available on the door however I would expect you would have to queue very early for those.

    BUYING TICKETS AT THE GROUNDS - QUEUEINGApproximately 500 tickets daily … BUYING TICKETS AT THE GROUNDS - QUEUEINGApproximately 500 tickets daily for each of the Centre (except for the last 4 days), No.1 and No.2 Courts are reserved for sale at the turnstiles. Roughly 6000 Ground Admission tickets, subject to ground capacity and number of courts in play, are available each day for entry to the Grounds and access to unreserved seating and standing room on Courts 3–19.

    Yes, some people queue overnight. I used to start queueing at 5am on the day and have got in sometimes buying tickets at the gate.
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