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Wimbledon 2020 - opt-in by 14 Feb

Posted on 09th Sep 2019

 

Want a chance to go to Wimbledon 2020?  Take action before 14th February 2020!

 

If you are a British Tennis Member:

 

If you are a British Tennis Member you should by now have had a couple of emails from British Tennis advising you to opt-in for the 2019 Wimbledon ballot.   This is a reminder for you to take action NOW!  You will still need to do this even if you did it last year.

 

This year British Tennis are clamping down even more on their allocation process so unless you take action by 22nd February you will not be eligible for our Wimbledon tickets ballot.  Our hands are increasingly tied regarding ticket allocation to those that have not opted in so it is important you act today as we will be unable to help you with tickets after this date.  Please note you must go through the process outlined below even if you did it last year.

 

  • Log in and you should see a banner at the top asking if you want to OPT IN for the Wimbledon Ballot. Click on this and you will be automatically entered into the 2020 ballot. 
  • If you do not see a banner, there will be a link on the landing page to "membership ballots" so please click on this and OPT IN.
  • Opt-in before the 14th February 2020.

 

Not a British Tennis Member?  Register for FREE:

 

  • Go the the LTA's website and create a 'Lite Membership' account.  Head straight to the form by clicking here.
  • Fill in the relevant details to create your 'Lite Membership' account.

  • Please enter West Hants LTC as the site you attend.

  • There will be a link on the landing page to "membership ballots" so please click on this and OPT IN.

  • You then need to opt-in before the 14th February 2020 to be entered into this year's Wimbledon ballot.

 

Take action today to ensure you have entered the 2020 ballot - best of luck!

 

If you have any questions, we are happy to try and help however it's likely you will need to contact the LTA by calling 0208 487 7000 or email wimbledonballot@lta.org.uk

 

 

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