Results for 2019 Wimbledon Public Ballot for Tickets to be Announced Soon

Djokovic as number one

All those who submitted their requests for the 2019 Wimbledon tickets through the famous annual ballot that ran from September 1 to December 31 last year, keep an eye out as the results will soon be announced.

Successful Wimbledon 2019 ticket applicants will be sent letters for the same starting February 18.

However, even if an applicant doesn’t immediately get contacted for the tickets sale, they will be considered for it again at a later stage of the ballot process. Any 2019 Wimbledon tickets got through the ballot but returned or ones not accepted will go back to the ballot and re-distributed to those who might have got them in the earlier rounds.

What this means is that patrons might be contacted till as late as just before the start of the tournament for the tickets sale.

Ballots for wheelchair users and for those living outside the UK followed a different procedure. That is no longer open for the Wimbledon 2019 tickets.

With the demand always outstripping the supply for the Wimbledon tickets, it’s not always easy to grab hold of them but there’re other ways to watch this Grand Slam live from the courts.

One of the most popular option is to use the Wimbledon Queue. More information on the Wimbledon Queue can be found here and about Wimbledon Debenture tickets here.

There are other costlier options in the form of Wimbledon debentures too for which you can contact the official Wimbledon tickets site or you could visit Wimbledon Debenture Holders. There are 2500 seats on Centre Court and 1000 on No. 1 Court that are Debentures.

Wimbledondebentureholders.com is a secure marketplace which is formed by Wimbledon Debenture Holders which allows them a chance to sell their tickets for this year’s Wimbledon directly to international tennis fans. Prices start from £2190 for day one to £8250 for the finals day, the prices mentioned are for two people with exclusive access to the Debenture Lounges and Terraces.

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