Clearly getting the jump on what will likely be a sell-out in 2020, tickets are now available for next year’s Grand National. With attendance figures expected to top 150,000 for the three-day event, this will be one of the biggest racing festivals in the country.
First up is Grand National Thursday. This will be a celebration of North West sporting champions past and present. It will also provide the backdrop to four Grade One races. And if all of that wasn’t enough, it will be followed by sensational live music and entertainment after racing.
Day two of the 2020 festival is the world-famous Ladies Day. Time to get the glad rags on for all things style and fashion. And for those of you who like a bit of competition, for the fifth year running, Aintree Racecourse will be awarding a big car prize to the winner of the Style Award. If however, you are more of a racing purist, another four Grade One races will be run on the track.
And then there’s Grand National Day on Saturday 4th April 2020. It is the most iconic of all handicapped horseracing events in the world and you could be there. You just need to get your ticket!
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How To Buy Grand National 2020 Tickets
The pre-sale for the 2020 tickets went live on Monday 22nd July. It gave priority customers the chance to book buy their tickets before the general sale on July 24th, 2019. As you can imagine demand was high and quite a few of the tickets have sold out now but there are still some options available.
If you want to buy tickets for the 2020 Grand National, just click here.
That will take you straight to The Jockey Club Aintree Racecourse page. There you can buy festival tickets that start at £67. Options range in price up to £160.
Plenty of us just want a fun day out, hopefully in the sunshine. With that in mind, there are plenty of hospitality and non-hospitality options.
Festival Zone – £67
Access many of the outdoor, ground floor areas including multiple food and drink outlets and viewing areas over the Course. As well as views of the Parade Ring and Winners’ Enclosure.
Tickets allows access to the live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion.
West Tip Seats – £95
Located alongside the home-straight and close to the final fences on the Course, this facility offers a reserved, covered seat, private bar and toilets.
You also have access to the facilities in Festival Zone including the Irish Bar with betting facilities and big screens.
Lord Sefton Terrace – £110
This is ideally located with views over the Parade Ring, Winners’ Enclosure and the Course. It also has access to the live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion.
Earl Of Derby Terrace – £110
Similar to the Lord Sefton Terrace, this also has views over the Parade Ring, Winners’ Enclosure and the Course. You will be able to see The Grand National race and have access to the live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion.
Princess Royal Roof – £135
Access the partially covered standing area and dedicated bar in the Tommy Wallis Suite with prime viewing over the Grand National Course. You can also access to the Parade Ring and Winners’ Enclosure.
Plus the live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion.
Lord Daresbury Roof – £135
This has a birds-eye view directly above the Finishing Post, with an excellent vantage point over the Course. It also offers an outdoor balcony area and access to the Parade Ring and Winners’ Enclosure.
Plus all the live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion.
Lord Sefton Upper Seats – £160
This area gives you a dedicated seat, next to the horse walk. From here you can watch the racing from the highest vantage point with access to the Upper Saddle Bar. There is also live entertainment in both the Red Rum Garden and Aintree Pavilion, as well as views of the Parade Ring and Winners’ Enclosure.