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Grab your Cheltenham Festival tickets before prices rise

Where: Cheltenham Racecourse

When: Tuesday, March 12 - Friday, March 15

Racegoers planning on booking tickets for this year's Festival are advised to do so before Monday to beat the price rise.

Named as the fourth biggest sporting event in the UK, The Festival™ presented by Magners is taking place between Tuesday, March 12 - Friday, March 15.

Earmarked as the destination for business people and their clients, a day at The Festival also offers world-class hospitality, top quality live music and an opportunity to browse the tented shopping village.

Attracting over 260,000 racegoers over four days, the event provides a major boost for the local economy, not just in Cheltenham but across the whole county.

Regular and first-time racegoers alike are all welcome as the finest horses, jockeys, owners and trainers battle it out for their share of over £4.5 million of prize money.

Until 10.59am on Monday, January 28, current prices are frozen at £82 for Club enclosure, (Tuesday - Thursday) and £102 for Gold Cup Day.

Book your official tickets before time runs out by visiting https://www.thefestival.co.uk/  or calling 0344 579 3003.

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