Tennis fans interested in catching some of Wimbledon 2022 can explore the cheapest and most expensive tickets available for the renowned tournament.
It’s that time of year again: Wimbledon has returned for a 14-day bout of world-class tennis matches from June 27 to July 10.
For those who are in London for the premier tennis matches, there is still some availability for same-day tickets.
But before purchasing tickets, tennis fans can compare ticket prices on the Wimbledon website. Tickets prices vary by day and court access.
Here are the cheapest and most expensive tickets for those interested in attending Wimbledon this summer.
The cheapest tickets for Wimbledon
For those who simply want to traverse the grounds at the sprawling sports match, there are Grounds Passes available for £27 for the first eight days of the tournament (June 27-July 4). That price drops continuously until Day 14, when access to the grounds only costs £8.
For those who want access to matches, ticket prices for the No. 2 and No. 3 courts are the least expensive. While pricing changes each day, each of these two courts offers the same price as the other until Day 8, and then only the No. 2 court has availability. For Day 9 access to the No. 2 court, it’s only £47 — and on Day 10, it’s only £43 . On Day 1, tickets prices for the No. 2 and No. 3 courts are just £46.
The most expensive tickets for Wimbledon
The most expensive tickets are for the best seats in the house: at Centre Court sporting Price Band A.
Tickets start at £75 on Day 1, and they climb all the way up to £240 on Day 13 and Day 14 of the tournament.
For slightly cheaper access, there’s access to the Centre Court with Price Band B, but the discount is no more than £10 on any given day.
Other ways to score Wimbledon tickets
Another corner of the Wimbledon website offers a bit more information on ticket availability.
There was no public ballot for Wimbledon tickets in 2022 — fans who were awarded tickets in 2020 were offered the same day and seat this year — but there is a waiting list to purchase returned ballots.
Fans can also explore the Wimbledon app for more information, and the website does say that “the Queue and Ticket Resale will return in 2022 for on-day sales”, implying that there may be availability for purchase at the courts in person.
There is also a hint that American Express may offer ticket deals: “Keep a look out on American Express’ social channels for more information on when the next sale goes live,” reads the Wimbledon website.