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Want to watch The Derby at Epsom in person? Here’s how you can…


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  • After a ballot took place to allocate the Covid-19-restricted number of Epsom Derby tickets available for the 2021 Cazoo Derby Festival at Epsom Racecourse (4-5 June), there is still one way to ensure you can watch the Classic action in person, but it’s not cheap. As we went to press, a number of hospitality tickets remain available for both Oaks day on Friday 4 June and Derby day on Saturday 5 June, but it is likely they will sell out over the coming days, so if you want to be there you need to act fast – here’s what you need to know, including what’s included and how much it will cost…

    Epsom Derby tickets information

    On Oaks day (Friday 4 June) the hospitality packages are as follows:

    The Views Hospitality package (costs £558 per person) with bookings for a minimum of two people and a maximum of six. Bookings of less than six will be on shared tables. The package includes:

    • Premium cocktail reception
    • Three-course seated lunch followed by a modern twist on afternoon tea
    • Complimentary bar of beer, wine, house spirits and soft drink with Champagne and wine upgrades available
    • Located in the Duchess’s Stand with panoramic views of the whole racecourse, parade ring, and over London
    • Private viewing balcony overlooking the Downs to watch the races from start to finish
    • Access to view the parade ring with a Grandstand Enclosure ticket
    • Tipster and roaming and fixed betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

    Queen’s Stand Hospitality package (costs £750 per person) with bookings for a minimum of two people and a maximum of six. Bookings of less than six will be on shared tables. The package includes:

    • Champagne reception and canapès
    • Five course menu with a choice of the main course with a British artisan cheese selection
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Complimentary bar of Champagne, beer, wine, house spirits and soft drinks
    • Prime viewing location overlooking the winning post and winner’s enclosure and a private balcony overlooking the parade ring
    • Queen’s Stand Enclosure ticket
    • Tipster and access to betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

    Duchess’ Stand Hospitality (costs £690 per person) is only available to book in groups of 10. This package includes:

    • Canapès
    • Three course seated lunch
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Cheeseboard
    • Complimentary bar of Champagne, beer, wine, premium spirits and soft drinks
    • Private box with a private balcony overlooking the finishing straight
    • Access to hospitality balcony with views of the parade ring
    • Grandstand enclosure ticket
    • Access to betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

    On Derby day (Saturday 5 June) the hospitality packages are as follows:

    Queen’s Stand Hospitality (costs £1,026 per person) with bookings for a minimum of two people and a maximum of six. Bookings of less than six will be on shared tables. The package includes:

    • Champagne reception and canapès
    • Five course menu with a choice of the main course with a British artisan cheese selection
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Complimentary bar of Champagne, beer, wine, house spirits and soft drinks
    • Prime viewing location overlooking the winning post and winner’s enclosure and a private balcony overlooking the parade ring
    • Queen’s Stand enclosure ticket
    • Tipster and access to betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

    Chez Roux in the Queen’s Stand (costs £768 per person). This package includes:

    • Champagne reception and canapés on arrival
    • Four course à la carte Michelin-styled menu, designed by Albert Roux OBE, Michel Roux Jnr and Emily Roux; amuse bouche, starter, main, dessert
    • Selection of French cheeses served from a chef’s table, and afternoon tea
    • Complimentary bar of Champagne, beer, wine, house spirits and soft drinks
    • Two spacious balconies, with views of both the winning post, winner’s enclosure, parade ring and London skyline
    • Full admission to the Queen’s Stand and grandstand enclosures
    • Intimate dining space, with private tables for two and above
    • Roaming and fixed betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

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    Duchess’ Stand Hospitality (costs £906 per person) and is only available to book in groups of 10. This package includes:

    • Canapès
    • Three course seated lunch
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Cheeseboard
    • Complimentary bar of Champagne, beer, wine, premium spirits and soft drinks
    • Private box with a private balcony overlooking the finishing straight
    • Access to hospitality balcony with views of the parade ring
    • Grandstand enclosure ticket
    • Access to betting facilities
    • Car parking pass (one per four guests)

    For more information visit: www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/epsom

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