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Free Ascot race day tickets - £1 booking fee
For event on Fri 22 Nov. Norm £20 eachExpired
Fancy a day at the races for the plebeian price of £1? If you go online to Ascot (no code needed), you can book up to four free 'Queen Anne Enclosure Admission' tickets for the 'Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend' event on Fri 22 Nov, and all you’ll have to pay is a £1 booking fee – so it’s essentially £1 for up to four tickets.
Tickets can be booked up until 11.59pm on Thu 21 Nov, the day before the event. If you’ve kids, up to four children under 18 can go for free with each adult ticket – look for the option to book child tickets a little further down the same webpage.
Ascot tells us there are approximately 9,000 tickets available, so there should be plenty to go round if you go quick. Free entry days like this are fairly rare at Ascot, happening roughly once a year. Entry to the Queen Anne Enclosure usually costs about £20 per person, so this is a decent saving. Of course, there'll be the option on the day to spend extra on food and drink or to place a bet (neither is essential), so factor this into your budget.
Your tickets will be emailed to you, and you'll need to print them.
What is the Queen Anne Enclosure?
It's a specific area of the racecourse which gives you views of the track, parade ring and pre-parade ring. You don't get designated seating with your ticket, although there is seating available.
What is the Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend?
It's a free race day aimed at introducing people to horse racing and giving insight into what it's like to own a racehorse. There'll be jump racing on the track and a host of activities to explain the sport. The gates open at 10.45am, with the first race starting at 1pm and the last at 3.45pm. There's no formal dress code, though Ascot says it 'encourages' spectators to dress smartly. See Ascot's website for more about what to expect.
Maximum four tickets per person and per transaction. Children may need ID to prove their age.
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FREE Ascot race day tickets - £1 booking fee
For Fri 18 Nov. Similar events usually cost £15+Expired
If you go via this Ascot link (no code needed), you can book up to four free 'Queen Anne enclosure' grandstand tickets for the November Friday & Christmas Shopping Village race day on Fri 18 Nov - you'll just need to pay a £1 booking fee per order. Up to four children under 18 can go for free with each adult ticket and you don't need to book child tickets.
The offer ends at 11.59pm on Sun 6 Nov, or when all 10,000 tickets that have been set aside for MoneySavers have gone, whichever's first - so giddy up to ensure you’re not left with a long face.
Your tickets will be emailed to you, and you'll need to print them. Ascot says that Grandstand tickets for similar events are usually £15+ (including £1 booking fee).
You’ll also see the option of buying King Edward VII enclosure tickets via the link above – for the free tickets make sure you select the Queen Anne enclosure.
What is grandstand (Queen Anne enclosure) admission?
Now called the Queen Anne enclosure, it's a specific area of the racecourse which gives you views of the track, parade ring and pre-parade ring. You don't get designated seating with your ticket, although there is seating available. Parking is also free.
What is the November Friday & Christmas Shopping Village race day?
It's a free taster race day aimed at introducing people to horse racing with jumps (unlike the taster day in April, which is flat racing). There'll be a Christmas shopping fair selling seasonal delicacies, stocking fillers and hand-crafted accessories. The gates open at 10.45am and there are six races, with the first starting at 1pm and the last starting at 3.55pm. There's no formal dress code. See Ascot's picnic policy.
Maximum four tickets per person and per transaction. If the event is abandoned, Ascot will offer alternative dates. Children may need ID to prove their age.