New Zealand High Commission London, United Kingdom

Applications for Royal Ascot 2012

Royal Ascot takes place this year from 19 - 23 June 2012. The High Commission runs a ballot for New Zealand nationals to obtain tickets to the Royal Enclosure. Applications for tickets are now closed.  If you have been successful in the ballot, you will receive more information by post.  Please read below for more details.

How to apply

Applications for 2012 Royal Enclosure will open from 10.00 on Monday 30 April, closing at 10.00 on Friday 4 May.

Applications can only be made via www.nzhc.co.uk/ascot2012.html

If your ballot application is successful, the High Commission will send you a badge request form via royal mail. You must then complete this form and submit it to the Royal Enclosure Office together with payment. No payment should be sent to the New Zealand High Commission.

The badges for entry will be sent directly to you from the Royal Enclosure Office by registered post during May. If the day you selected has reached capacity, the Royal Enclosure Office will request a second day choice.

Please note: Once badges are allocated they cannot be refunded and are strictly non-transferable between race days or to other people.

  • Daily badge £93.00
  • 5 day badge £350.00
  • Junior daily badge (17-25 years) £66.00
  • Junior badge Saturday (17-25 years) £38.00
  • Junior 5 day badge (17-25 years) £227.00

Children between the ages of 10 – 16 years inclusive are not admitted to the Royal Enclosure, except on the Friday or Saturday of the Royal Meeting when they may accompany an adult who has a Royal Enclosure Badge. Children’s badges within this age are free of charge and can be collected on Friday/Saturday from any of the Royal Enclosure Enquiry Offices.

Photography is not permitted within the Royal Enclosure.

For more details see the www.ascot.co.uk or our Royal Events page, which has information regarding the dress code.
 

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