Ballots open for your chance to get tickets for Wimbledon 2024
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The opt in for the 2024 LTA Advantage Wimbledon ballots has officially opened for Advantage members, Accredited+ coaches, venue volunteers and Licenced officials.
Our Advantage members get exclusive access to the ballot for a chance to buy tickets to the biggest tennis event of the season – The Championships, Wimbledon.
Watch the world’s best stars go head-to-head as they compete to join a legendary list of champions that includes Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Billie Jean King and our very own Andy Murray, to name a few.
Last year, 20-year-old Carlos Alcaraz lifted his maiden title in the men’s singles, while Marketa Vondrousova shocked the world to become the first unseeded woman to win the trophy in the Open Era. From a British perspective, Neal Skupski won his first men’s doubles major with Wesley Koolhof, Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid reclaimed the men’s wheelchair doubles title and Henry Searle made history as the first Brit to win the boys’ singles crown in 61 years.
How to opt in to the Advantage Wimbledon ballot
First things first, you're going to need to create or sign in to your Advantage account.
Our centralised ballot is the best way for fans to get hold of tickets and it's open to Fan+, Play+ and Compete members.
If you're joining for the first time, make sure you choose one of these membership types, or if you're an existing member, you can easily upgrade your membership.
This year, we’ve extended our Advantage Wimbledon ballot opt in to two months from 14 November 2023 to 14 January 2024.
The ballots will then run shortly after and if you’re successful, you’ll have the chance to buy a pair of tickets. We’ll keep you updated on all the next steps via email.
Once you're logged into your Advantage account, simply go to your benefits area and follow the links for the Wimbledon ballot opt in to enter.
You can find out all the latest information on our coaches, venue volunteers and officials ballots on our Wimbledon ticket ballots page, as well as all our terms and conditions.
If you have any other questions around the 2024 Wimbledon ballots, head over to our FAQs page with everything you need to know.