Everyday there will be approximately 7,000 tickets for sale at the gates including around 500 tickets for the main courts 1 and 2 and also Center court plus around 6,500 – 7,000 general admission tickets. These estimated ticket sales do not reflect the ticket sales on the last 4 days of the tournament as the sales for these days will differ. General admission tickets allow a person access to standing and unreserved seats on courts 3 – 19.

The main thing I stress with purchasing tickets at the gate is you MUST be patient and be prepared to wait a long time as lines can become very long as the event organisers do reserve thousands of tickets for sale to the public via the main gates. Another thing you must realise is that tickets purchased from the main gates are for sale on a cash only basis and no other means of payment will be accepted, therefore you must visit a cashpoint or make sure you have enough money in pounds sterling for when you reach the gate to avoid dissapointement.

Ticket prices are approximately as follows:

Reserved tickets for courts 1, 2 & center court cost approximately £25 – £85 General admission tickets cost approximately £5 – £20

The reason for the above prices being so varied is that all ticket prices are dependent on time and what tennis is being played on any one day. The tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis and I remind you that it is also a CASH ONLY basis!

When waiting for general admission tickets my advise is to arrive in the queue around 3 hours before the gates open and for reserved main court tickets I advise that you wait overnight. The queuing experience is usually regarded as an enjoyable part of Wimbledon by most people as it gives many a chance to interact and chat with other people with the same love for tennis.

I myself do quite find the queue an enjoyable part believe it or not for that exact reason, its always nice to be surrounded by people passionate about the same things as you are because it makes for such great conversation and debates ;)

Also I would like to add that you do not have to be a tennis lover like myself to really enjoy everything that Wimbledon has to offer, it really is just a nice day out, maybe you are a tourist visiting London. Perfect, Wimbledon would be a nice addition to your trip and with it being such a prestigious event well renowned throughout the world its something that you can take home with you and tell all your friends and family for years to come.

Gates open for sales at 10:30 am.

Is the only way to get Wimbledon Finals tickets to enter the ballot like a year in advance? Do they go on public sale? If so does anyone know how much for?

Answer by tennislover
you pay a fortune for them

Answer by E TRIXX
They aren’t on sale yet

Answer by K
As another poster said, they’re expensive. I researched years ago on them and told myself, nevermind. My goal is to go to the French open because tickets are more reasonable.

(PRWEB) May 09, 2014

The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has confirmed the details for the sale of contingency tickets for the Olympic Games.

900,000 Olympic Games contingency tickets on sale from 11am on 11 May 2014
Reflects promise made in 2014 to prioritise unsuccessful applicants from previous rounds
Olympic Park tickets will be on sale at