2020 Revival Tickets

2020 Revival Tickets

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Trackdayguy

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339 posts

19 months

Friday 27th September
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We've put our names on the ticket alert on the Goodwwod.com site, however there doesn't seem to be any indication when they go on sale and how much, we are looking at a 3 days pass.

No ideas for a name

516 posts

34 months

Friday 27th September
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Trackdayguy said:
We've put our names on the ticket alert on the Goodwwod.com site, however there doesn't seem to be any indication when they go on sale and how much, we are looking at a 3 days pass.
email from Goodwood says...
Tickets are currently on sale for the 78th Members’ Meeting. Tickets for the 2020 Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival will be available from 0900hrs on Saturday 26 October.

WARNING, email also says...
Dates are provisional until the FIA calendar is ratified in early October


Last year was £79 for the Sat and Sun (each day), £59 for Fri (there is a bit of a discount if you buy together).
I don't think next year's pricing has been released yet.

alabbasi

914 posts

35 months

Friday 27th September
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Thanks for the update. I flew all the way from Texas to attend the last one. Only attended Sunday this time as I bought my tickets late. Looking forward to going all three days next time.

Subscribing for updates.

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Friday 27th September
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No ideas for a name said:
email from Goodwood says...
Tickets are currently on sale for the 78th Members’ Meeting. Tickets for the 2020 Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival will be available from 0900hrs on Saturday 26 October.

WARNING, email also says...
Dates are provisional until the FIA calendar is ratified in early October


Last year was £79 for the Sat and Sun (each day), £59 for Fri (there is a bit of a discount if you buy together).
I don't think next year's pricing has been released yet.
Thanks for the info

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Friday 27th September
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Do tickets get sold out quick and are they specific to the person who purchased it, eg. do they have your name on the ticket?

Does the general admission ticket give access to all the viewing areas?

Simes205

3,342 posts

176 months

Friday 27th September
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Trackdayguy said:
Do tickets get sold out quick and are they specific to the person who purchased it, eg. do they have your name on the ticket?

Does the general admission ticket give access to all the viewing areas?
I buy my tickets 3 or so weeks before each Goodwood event although this year the FOS has sold out for Saturday..
They are transferable.
GA is literally general access, no grandstands or access to GRRC etc areas. In 20 years I’ve never bothered with a grandstand ticket.
The members meeting is the best event.

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Friday 27th September
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Simes205 said:
I buy my tickets 3 or so weeks before each Goodwood event although this year the FOS has sold out for Saturday..
They are transferable.
GA is literally general access, no grandstands or access to GRRC etc areas. In 20 years I’ve never bothered with a grandstand ticket.
The members meeting is the best event.
I'm guessing you have to be member to get in ?

No ideas for a name

516 posts

34 months

Friday 27th September
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Trackdayguy said:
I'm guessing you have to be member to get in ?
Members' Meeting is open to Members and their guests. A Member can buy tickets for their friends... I think it is an unlimited number.
Pretty sure that 'Fellows' can also buy tickets. Note GW got the names wrong.. a 'Fellow' is an entry level membership, below a 'Member' and with less privileges.
You can join here
Full Members will have access to the GRRC 'tent'.


Edited by No ideas for a name on Friday 27th September 19:58

Ian Wegg

499 posts

88 months

Saturday 28th September
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No ideas for a name said:
Members' Meeting is open to Members and their guests. A Member can buy tickets for their friends... I think it is an unlimited number.
Pretty sure that 'Fellows' can also buy tickets.
Yes, "Fellows" can buy up to 4 tickets to the Members' Meeting. Joining the fellowship costs £39. Full GRRC members can buy an unlimited number of tickets.

Trackdayguy

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339 posts

19 months

Saturday 28th September
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Once in the main gate, where do the general admission tickets let you go? Are there paths that allow you to walk around the whole track perimeter. I'm guessing you can't get anywhere near the pits or opposite the start line.

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Saturday 28th September
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Does anyone know the price of a 3 day revival pass for 2019 ?

Taylor James

777 posts

9 months

Saturday 28th September
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Trackdayguy said:
Does anyone know the price of a 3 day revival pass for 2019 ?
There are various packages available, from what's known as general admission (GA) to corporate hospitality packages. With GA you don't get grandstand tickets which are an optional extra.

As a guide, budget a minimum of £80 per day for GA and another £70 per day if you want a grandstand seat. Hospitality packages will almost certainly have private grandstands/viewing areas and the sky is the limit but £750 for a three day pass wouldn't be surprising.


Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Saturday 28th September
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Taylor James said:
There are various packages available, from what's known as general admission (GA) to corporate hospitality packages. With GA you don't get grandstand tickets which are an optional extra.

As a guide, budget a minimum of £80 per day for GA and another £70 per day if you want a grandstand seat. Hospitality packages will almost certainly have private grandstands/viewing areas and the sky is the limit but £750 for a three day pass wouldn't be surprising.
Thanks

Mr.Grooler

933 posts

173 months

Saturday 28th September
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Trackdayguy said:
Once in the main gate, where do the general admission tickets let you go? Are there paths that allow you to walk around the whole track perimeter. I'm guessing you can't get anywhere near the pits or opposite the start line.
A lot of places actually; you can walk all round the outside (or get a tractor/trailer ride between various pick up locations), and you can also stand at the (low) fence around most of the circuit including along the outside of the start line. There are some amazing viewing locations; near the paddock area it can be several rows of people deep by the fence but travel further round and it thins out so you will almost certainly be able to lean on the fence and have a great view. My favourite is on the entry to Lavant. You can also access all of the paddock areas except the very central bit. You can see most of the central paddock area from around the outside of it anyway. No access to grandstands, pit area, GRRC members areas or any of the many hospitality areas of course but there is plenty to keep you amused!

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Saturday 28th September
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Mr.Grooler said:
A lot of places actually; you can walk all round the outside (or get a tractor/trailer ride between various pick up locations), and you can also stand at the (low) fence around most of the circuit including along the outside of the start line. There are some amazing viewing locations; near the paddock area it can be several rows of people deep by the fence but travel further round and it thins out so you will almost certainly be able to lean on the fence and have a great view. My favourite is on the entry to Lavant. You can also access all of the paddock areas except the very central bit. You can see most of the central paddock area from around the outside of it anyway. No access to grandstands, pit area, GRRC members areas or any of the many hospitality areas of course but there is plenty to keep you amused!
Thanks that was real helpful

Simes205

3,342 posts

176 months

Saturday 28th September
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Out the back of the circuit St Mary’s and no name are great spots too, as mentioned less crowded.

kjs62

15 posts

63 months

Sunday 29th September
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Trackdayguy said:
Does anyone know the price of a 3 day revival pass for 2019 ?
Think it was just over £180

If you hang about after the racing has finished the security people leave and one can gain access to the central pits too - good for taking pics when hardly anybody about and moody lighting

Trackdayguy

Original Poster:

339 posts

19 months

Sunday 29th September
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kjs62 said:
Think it was just over £180

If you hang about after the racing has finished the security people leave and one can gain access to the central pits too - good for taking pics when hardly anybody about and moody lighting
Thanks

RichB

42,472 posts

232 months

Friday 25th October
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No ideas for a name said:
email from Goodwood says...
Tickets are currently on sale for the <clip> Goodwood Revival will be available from 0900hrs on Saturday 26 October.
Surely this is advance availability for GRRC members only. I am guessing the OP is not a member.

Ian Wegg

499 posts

88 months

Friday 1st November
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kjs62 said:
Trackdayguy said:
Does anyone know the price of a 3 day revival pass for 2019 ?
Think it was just over £180
Just for the record prices for 2020 are Friday: £60 / Sat and Sun: £80 / 3-day pass: £190.

(I'm not sure if it's an error, the Assembly Rooms hospitality package for Friday is already showing as sold out)