How to Buy Tickets for the 2021 Grand National
There can be no denying that the Aintree Grand National is one of the foremost sporting spectacles on the planet and it is no surprise that tickets for the event are snapped up extremely quickly. Indeed thousands of racegoers eagerly await the release of tickets for the big race and most stands are sold out many months before the three-day meeting, therefore in order to secure your preferred option you really need to be quick off the mark.
Tickets for the 2020 renewal of the Grand National are Now On Sale to those who have registered for priority tickets and you can order them by clicking on the links on this page. For those who haven’t registered for priority tickets, you can buy your tickets using the links on this page on Wednesday, 24th July 2019.
2nd April 2020: Grand National Thursday – Buy Tickets
The three-day meeting gets underway on Thursday 2nd April and this is a perfect chance for racegoers to ease themselves gently into the action at a leisurely pace. This is certainly the most laid-back day of the Grand National festival although there is still plenty of top-quality racing action to whet the appetite such as the Randox Health Foxhunters’ Steeple Chase and the Aintree Hurdle. Not only that but tickets are cheaper than the other two days of the meeting!
3rd April 2020: Ladies Day – Buy Tickets
Ladies Day at Aintree is a hugely popular occasion and every racegoer is encouraged to dress ‘to the nines’ in what is a hugely fashionable afternoon. The Red Rum Garden takes centre stage with the fashion judges awarding the best dressed lady a car! Clearly there is much action on the course itself with the Randox Health Topham Chase and the JLT Melling Steeple Chase being the most popular races of the second day.
4th April 2020: Grand National Day – Buy Tickets
The big day itself sees Aintree’s famous stands packed to the rafters ahead of what is perhaps the world’s most famous horse race. The Grand National is a spectacular event and is quite unlike any other race on the planet. Millions watch live on TV, however nothing can beat actually being at Aintree Racecourse on this most thrilling of occasions.
The 2019 Grand National was won by Gordon Elliott-trained Tiger Roll for the second year in succession, however will the diminutive runner be aimed at the 2020 renewal of the famous steeplechase? There have been suggestions that the runner might not attempt to defend his crown unless his rating is reduced, however only time will tell whether Tiger Roll can become the first ever horse to win the Grand National three years on the bounce.
Either way, the 2020 Grand National will certainly live up to its billing as one of the most spectacular horse races in the world and the Grand-national.uk team will bring you all the latest news and betting tips in the lead-up to the big event.
The 2020 Grand National festival will take place between 2nd and 4th April with the Grand National itself taking place at 5:30pm on the final day, full coverage provided once again by ITV1.