Posted: Thu 2nd Mar 2023

Chester Racecourse introduces new £10 ticket to make racing more accessible and affordable

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Mar 2nd, 2023

Chester Racecourse is offering a new £10 ticket that merges two of its popular enclosures, the Open Course and Dee Stand, to enhance the race day experience.

This ticket is valid for any of the 15 race meetings scheduled for the 2023 season, including the Boodles May Festival.

The new package will enable racegoers to watch the races from the centre of the track or the stand side, providing flexibility for attendees.

Previously, access to the Dee Stand alone was priced at £16, but the new ticket offers a more cost-effective way to enjoy a day out at the races with family and friends.

Children aged 17 and under can attend for free with a paying adult.

Steve Davies, Chief Operating Officer at Chester Racecourse, said: “By combining the Open Course and Dee Stand and introducing this £10 ticket, we want to make racing more accessible and affordable for all.”

“This entry level ticket price, alongside our existing children go free promotion, offers great value for those new to an exciting day out at the races, or returning for this season’s thrilling fixtures on The Roodee.”

Chester Racecourse is known for providing an ideal space for picnics, relaxation, and family fun in the Open Course area.

Meanwhile, the Dee Stand is perfect for casual racegoers and groups.

The new package aims to encourage more people to enjoy the unique race day and guest experience that Chester Racecourse has to offer, creating long-lasting memories for attendees.

Chester Racecourse is one of the oldest and most prominent racecourses in the UK, and the new package is expected to attract more people to the venue.

To purchase tickets or learn more about the other available enclosures and packages, visit www.chester-races.com.

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