Doctor Who 50th Celebration Last Chance Ticket Ballot



If you missed out on tickets to the official Doctor Who 50th Celebration taking place at ExCel in London from the 22nd - 24th November, the BBC are offering fans a last chance to get hold of tickets. Due to phenomenal demand, the event sold out almost immediately when they went on sale in July; however, limited numbers are now available to purchase. 

To ensure that everyone has a fair chance of securing a ticket, they will only be available through a ballot. The ballot is open now and runs until 10am BST on Monday 30th September. The lucky applicants will be notified on Tuesday 1st October and then have until 10am BST on Thursday 3rd October to complete their purchase. Any unclaimed tickets will go into a further ballot. 

Applicants can select their preferred date and entry group and specify the number of tickets that they require (up to 4) at the time of entering the draw. The ballot does not include any pre-purchase of merchandise, autographs or photographs. TARDIS tickets are sold out and will not be included. Ticket prices are £45 for adults, £20 for children and £104 for a family ticket (two adults and two children, prices exclude booking fee).

Entries to the ballot can be made online or by phone.

Click here for full details and to enter the ballot

So far Matt Smith, Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker and Tom Baker have all been confirmed as present at the event. Tom Baker will be appearing on Saturday only. Other guests will be announced shortly.

Full details are available on the BBC Doctor Who page


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