If you were unsuccessful in the Public Ballot and you don’t fancy camping out, there is still a chance of getting tickets to the Tournament at a discounted rate from the Resale Kiosk.
Since 1954, spectators are asked to return their tickets when exiting the Grounds, if they have no intention of returning on the same day.
Returned tickets are then made available for sale at the Resale Kiosk.
Where is the Wimbledon Resale Kiosk?
The Resale Kiosk is located to the North of Court No. 18 near the top of St Mary’s Walk.
How much do returned tickets cost?
Centre Court and No. 1 Court tickets are priced at £10, while No.2 Court tickets are available for £5. All proceeds are donated to charity via the Wimbledon Foundation.
Proceeds from the sale of returned tickets go to charity and are administered by the via the Wimbledon Foundation.
When do returned tickets go on sale?
Returned tickets are available from 3pm.
If you joining the queue, there is no guarantee of getting a returned ticket. The queue can be very long, however, so to be in with a chance you will need to start queuing well before this time. In recent years the queue has started to form as soon as the Grounds open at 10.30am.
How will the returned ticket process work with e-tickets?
Since 2021, Wimbledon tickets have been distributed electronically via the official ‘myWimbledon’ App.
On leaving the Grounds, the visitor’s e-ticket will be scanned into the system and the resale kiosk will be updated immediately. This means that returned tickets can be resold without delay.
What happened to the Resale Kiosk in 2021?
The Resale Kiosk was closed in 2021 dur to COVID-19 restrictions. The Kiosk should be open as normal in 2022.