When it comes to getting tickets to Wimbledon, it can be no mean feat. You’re guaranteed to be amongst thousands of other tennis enthusiasts also looking to get in on all the tennis action.
Year-after-year, Wimbledon attracts thousands of attendees from across the UK and much further afield. As one of the most anticipated and prestigious tennis tournaments in the annual calendar it’s no surprise tickets are hard to come by.
Our helpful guide to getting Wimbledon tickets for 2021 should stand you in good stead to get your hands on these highly sought after tickets!=
How do you buy Wimbledon tickets?
There are a number of ways in which you can buy Wimbledon tickets, from investing in a Wimbledeon debenture, the public ballot, queuing on the day or purchasing tickets online the day before the event.
By purchasing a Wimbledon debenture, you’re guaranteed a five-year season pass to Centre Court and Court No.1 during the Wimbledon Championships. Not only that, as a debenture holder you are also guaranteed a prime viewing spot, access to exclusive bars, fine-dining restaurants and other facilities within the Wimbledon grounds.
Another way to secure a ticket is booking a Wimbledon Hospitality package through an authorised Hospitality provider such as ourselves. With hospitality packages available across the whole event, you’ll be guaranteed to soak up the most prestigious tennis Grand Slam like a VIP.
One of the most popular ways to secure Wimbledon tickets is through the public ballot. The Wimbledon Public Ballot for The Championships 2021 will open in autumn 2020. To ensure you are up-to-date with the latest news, create a WIMBLEDON account on wimbledon.com and subscribe to ‘Tickets and Ballots’ from the Consent and Preferences tab.
For people who missed the chance of securing a ticket through the ballot, you have the opportunity to queue on the day of play to get in on the action. Tickets are sold on the basis of one per person queuing. Only a limited number of tickets are available each day for Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 Court with all tickets sold in advance for the last four days on Centre Court. For more information, please visit Wimbledon’s FAQ to queuing.
Where can you buy Wimbledon tickets?
If you’re looking for a hospitality package to Wimbledon, here at Hospitality Finder, we have a range of packages available for days across the events suitable for individuals, couples, families and groups with different preferences and budgets. Please, explore our range of Wimbledon hospitality packages for more information.
Tickets are also available through:
- All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
- Queuing on the day
- Public Ballots
How much do Wimbledon tickets cost?
The cost of Wimbledon tickets will vary depending on the day, the court and whether you’re looking for a hospitality or standard ticket.
If you are successful in the Public Ballot or are willing to queue on the day of the tournament, Wimbledon Centre Court tickets cost between £56 and £190.
If you would like to guarantee your seat at the tennis Grand Slam and are considering a hospitality experience, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss the range of Wimbledon hospitality packages we have available for multiples day across the tournament including Quarter Finals, Semifinals and Finals for Men’s and Ladies’ matches.