When is the Wimbledon 2023 ticket ballot open? How to get tickets

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The Wimbledon Public Ballot will return for next year’s tournament, giving the public an extra chance to get a ticket ahead of the queue.

There was no public ballot this year because tennis fans who were successful in the 2020 Wimbledon Public Ballot were offered the same day and court for 2022.

But the ballot is back for 2023 and will be run fully online.

To be in with a chance of being offered a ticket for next year, find out what you need to know below.

When is Wimbledon 2023?

Wimbledon will take place from 3 July, 2023, to 16 July, 2023.

How does the Wimbledon Public Ballot work?

The ballot was first launched in 1924, and “is intended to be the fairest means of obtaining tickets for The Championships,” according to the Wimbledon website.

Entering the ballot means that you've entered into a draw for the chance to be offered tickets to Wimbledon.

Unfortunately, the ballot is always oversubscribed, so entering it doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be offered tickets.

The ballot is only open for a limited time and must be entered by December 30, 2022.

From February 2023, successful entrants will be offered two tickets, which must be paid for immediately to secure them.

To find out when the ballot opens, join myWIMBLEDON. In the Consent and Preferences area of the website, select that you are interested in Tickets and Ballots.

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How to get tickets for Wimbledon 2023

If you’re unsuccessful in the Wimbledon ballot, you may be able to purchase a ticket through ballot returns.

Alternatively, you could buy tickets via Keith Prowse, which is the exclusive official hospitality partner of The Championships. The hospitality packages are from £775 per person plus VAT.

Finally, tennis fans can get tickets for the Championships by joining the famous Wimbledon queue. To be in with a chance of getting a ticket, you’ll have to head there early on the day you’d like tickets for.

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