Wimbledon 2019 tickets: How can I get tickets for SW19, how much do they cost and will I have to queue?

THOUSANDS are set to flock to the All England Club for another fortnight of Wimbledon action.

Taking in a game at SW19 is a special experience – and there's still the opportunity to sample the unique atmosphere for yourself, even if you missed out in the ballot.

How can I get tickets for SW19?

THE ballot for tickets for Wimbledon 2019 closed in December 2018.

But even if you've missed out, that doesn't mean that you can't take in the action for yourself.

Wimbledon remains one of the only major sporting events in the UK that still sells tickets on the day of play.

A limited number of tickets are available daily for the main courts – except for the last four days on Centre Court, when all are sold in advance.

And ground passes are made available throughout the fortnight, allowing you to take in the action on the outside courts.

You can also try you your look online the day before play on some courts.

Head to the official seller Ticketmaster, where a limited number of returned and reserved tickets for Court 3 and Centre Court will be available.

Will I have to queue?

TO access a daily ground pass, you will have to join the famous queue.

When you arrive, you will be given a numbered queue card and will then have to join the back of the queue and wait.

If you plan on queuing, the advice is to check the Wimbledon social media accounts, where they give updates on the length of the queue each morning.

It is run on a first-come, first-served basis.

How much do they cost?

GROUND passes vary in price between £8 and £25 depending on the day when you want to visit the Championships. 

Prices do fluctuate as the tournament progresses and less action is available on the outer courts.

As a result, you can get in for under £10 in the final days of the fortnight and soak up the atmosphere on Murray Mound.

Tickets for the show courts, which also include Centre, No1 and No2 start at £56, £43 and £43 respectively.


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