Grand National Tickets

The Grand National is one of the most exciting and notable sporting fixtures in the UK, or even in the world for that matter.

The Grand National tickets sell out quickly with many keen fans trying to get their seats as soon as possible. It’s a three-day event with tickets for Liverpool NHS Day, Ladies Day and the main Grand National day. Find out how to buy your tickets and what ones are still available.

Those looking to punt will want to activate the latest Grand National free bets and special offers for the big event.

How Do You Get Grand National Tickets?

Tickets can be found online by following this official link

Or you can book via telephone on 0344 579 3001. The sales office is in the Prince Royal Stand and it is open on weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm. Other hospitality bookings and queries can be taken to the office on 0151 522 2911.

Tickets can be mailed out or collected for an order fee (delivery fee) of £1.50. The Grand National meeting is held at the Aintree racecourse.

The Grand National tickets are always in great demand, the three-day meeting is spectacted in the millions, from punters around the world. Read on for more details on how to get your ticket on one of the three days.

Liverpool’s NHS Day Tickets

The grand opening day of the Grand National is on Thursday, it’s an NHS day, celebrating all of the hard work and efforts of the NHS staff during the pandemic. Randox Grand National will be donating 10,000 tickets to NHS workers from the Liverpool region allowing everybody to enjoy the Grand National start line.

Races on the day include The Aintree Hurdle and the Randox Foxhunters Chase. Tickets on this day are significantly cheaper than the others, making it a great way to warm into the prestigious three-day meeting.

Here are the different Grand National Tickets and seating that you can pick from:

  • Festival Zone – £30
  • Garden Club – £60
  • West Tip Seats – £45
  • Princess Royal Seats & Gallery – £95
  • Princess Royal Roof – £55
  • Platinum Lounge – sold out
  • Lord Daresbury Roof – £55
  • Queen Mother Seats – sold out
  • Queen Mother Roof – sold out
  • Earl of Derby Upper Seats – £75
  • Early of Derby Lower Seats – £75
  • Earl of Derby Terrace – £45
  • Lord Sefton Upper Seats – £75
  • Lord Sefton Lower Seats -£75
  • Lord Sefton Terrace – £45

Grand National Ladies Day

Friday is the host of Ladies Day, everyone is encouraged to embrace the smart dress code. Somebody will be awarded the Style Award in the Red Rum Garden. Races on this day include the Marsh Melling Chase and Randox Topham Chase.

Here are the Grand National tickets for the Friday:

  • Festival Zone – £53
  • Garden Club – sold out
  • West Tip Seats – sold out
  • The Grand Women’s Summit – £109
  • Princess Royal Seats & Gallery – sold out
  • Princess Royal Roof – sold out
  • Platinum Lounge – sold out
  • Lord Daresbury Roof – sold out
  • Queen Mother Seats – sold out
  • Queen Mother Roof – sold out
  • Earl of Derby Upper Seats – sold out
  • Early of Derby Lower Seats – sold out
  • Earl of Derby Terrace – sold out
  • Lord Sefton Upper Seats – £120
  • Lord Sefton Lower Seats – sold out
  • Lord Sefton Terrace – sold out
  • country car park – £50

Grand National Day

Grand National Tickets

This day is the most recognised of the entire Grand National Festival, it is the Grand National race and is celebrated by millions from around the world. This is one of the richest races with over £1 million to pay out in Grand National prize money.

Here are the tickets for the day:

  • Festival Zone – sold out
  • Garden Club – sold out
  • The Embankment – £40
  • West Tip Seats – sold out
  • Princess Royal Seats & Gallery – sold out
  • Princess Royal Roof – sold out
  • Platinum Lounge – sold out
  • Lord Daresbury Roof – sold out
  • Queen Mother Seats – sold out
  • Queen Mother Roof – sold out
  • Earl of Derby Upper Seats – sold out
  • Early of Derby Lower Seats – sold out
  • Earl of Derby Terrace – sold out
  • Lord Sefton Upper Seats – sold out
  • Lord Sefton Lower Seats – sold out
  • Lord Sefton Terrace – sold out

Popular Questions

Where Can You Watch the Grand National Festival?

The Grand National is amongst the most popular races in the world and is viewed by millions. You can watch the Grand National live on ITV or Racing TV channels, you can also view the race online whilst on the move with the ITV website and the Racing TV website.

How Much are Grand National Tickets?

Grand National tickets vary in price, they range from £35 – £120 for general seats. For hospitality packages, you can pay over £400. The prices depend on the type of seating and package you wish to purchase.

What Time Does the Grand National Start?

The Grand National of 2022 takes part on April 9th and the big race begins at 5.15pm and you can find out more about the Grand National Times and fixtures using our full guide.

What You Can Expect?

There are various features and things to look out for during your experience. Each ticket comes with different views and communal lounges. Here are some of the places, receptions or features to look out for.

  • Red Rum Garden: The Red Rum Garden hosts the fashion award on the Thursday and is in the midst of the action throughout the weekend. You can enjoy live events, live music and other events as you grab yourself refreshments.
  • Own Private Balcony: Seats located at the Lord Sefton Stand offers your own private balcony. this enables you privacy and amazing views of this iconic Aintree racecourse.
  • Traditional Afternoon Tea: You can enjoy traditional tea, with tea, coffee, soft drinks and a range of meals.
  • Car Parking: There is plenty of car parking available, making the Aintree racecourse easily accessible. Although you should look into this and book your parking beforehand.
  • Partially Covered Standing Area: There are lots of partially covered standing areas for many, offering incredible views.
  • Parade Ring: There is a Tiger Roll Suite that brandishes a beautiful glass front marquee. Parade Ring is ideally located near the Red Rum Garden and provides easy access to the bars.
  • Complimentary Bar: Some tickets come with a complimentary bar, enabling you to grab your favourite fizz during the Grand National. When booking you can find out if there is a dedicated bar for your ticket.
  • Hospitality Packages: You can call the hospitality office on 0151 522 2911 for more details on potential hospitality packages for the big race.
  • Big Screen Viewing: There’s big-screen viewing spread around the entire venue, there is a big screen near the Parade Ring. This ensures you don’t miss out on the non-stop action.

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