How Much are Tickets to the Wimbledon 2022 Championships?
By Ed C
Updated 17th December 2020
Wimbledon is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world and tickets are always oversubscribed. Tickets to The Championships start at £8 for a Ground Pass. A premium Centre Court seat at the Men's Finals could cost upwards of £7,000.
We explain the ticket pricing for the various days, courts and seats, for the 2022 Wimbledon Championships:
Wimbledon Championships Tickets 2022
Public Ballot, Overseas Ballot and Wimbledon Queue Tickets 2022
|Day||Date||Centre Court||Centre Court (Back Tier)||No. 1 Court||No. 1 Court (Back Tier)||No. 2 Court||No. 3 Court||Ground Pass|
|1||Mon 27 June||£75||£70||£68||£65||£46||£46||£27|
|2||Tue 28 June||£75||£70||£68||£65||£46||£46||£27|
|3||Wed 29 June||£95||£90||£85||£80||£56||£56||£25|
|4||Thurs 30 June||£95||£90||£85||£80||£56||£56||£25|
|5||Fri 1 July||£120||£115||£110||£105||£75||£75||£27|
|6||Sat 2 July||£120||£115||£110||£105||£75||£75||£27|
|7||Sun 3 July||£145||£140||£130||£125||£90||£90||£27|
|8||Mon 4 July||£145||£140||£130||£125||£90||£90||£27|
|9||Tue 5 July||£175||£165||£160||£155||£47||-||£20|
|10||Wed 6 July||£175||£165||£160||£155||£43||-||£20|
|11||Thurs 7 July||£210||£200||£75||£70||-||-||£20|
|12||Fri 8 July||£210||£200||£75||£70||-||-||£15|
|13||Sat 9 July||£240||£230||£42||£40||-||-||£15|
|14||Sun 10 July||£240||£230||£42||£40||-||-||£8|
Wimbledon Debenture Tickets 2022
Wimbledon Debenture tickets are the most sought-after tickets in the tennis world. A Debenture Ticket entitles the Debenture Ticket Holder to sit in the exclusive club level Debenture seats on Centre Court and No.1 Court.
Debenture Tickets also entitle the Ticket Holder access to the exclusive Debenture Holder lounges, bars and restaurants at the Tournament.
Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are the only tickets to Wimbledon that can be legally bought and re-sold. There is an active secondary market for Debenture Tickets.
The following table is based on the average prices paid for a Debenture Ticket in 2021:
|Day||Date||Centre Court||No. 1 Court|
|1||Mon 27 June||£1,624||£1,031|
|2||Tue 28 June||£1,424||£966|
|3||Wed 29 June||£1,498||£1,011|
|4||Thurs 30 June||£1,498||£1,011|
|5||Fri 1 July||£1,793||£1,132|
|6||Sat 2 July||£1,869||£1,141|
|7||Sun 3 July||£1,980||£1,296|
|8||Mon 4 July||£2,174||£1,315|
|9||Tue 5 July||£2,250||£1,378|
|10||Wed 6 July||£2,585||£1,465|
|11||Thurs 7 July||£1,396||£515|
|12||Fri 8 July||£4,280||-|
|13||Sat 9 July||£1,784||-|
|14||Sun 10 July||£4,569||-|
Secure your place at the 2023 Championships now
We currently have Wimbledon Debenture Tickets available to buy for Centre Court and No.1 Court, for every day of the 2023 Championships.
To get the ball rolling:
Green & Purple client benefits: Travel pass for travel to and from Wimbledon, Assistance with dining reservations in Debenture restaurants, Specialist team on hand to discuss queries or advice.
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