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Where Can I Buy Resale Tickets



It is important that you read and understand these Ticket Terms and Conditions, which relate to your tickets for The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool ("The Open"). By attending The Open you will be deemed to have accepted these Ticket Terms and Conditions.




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It is important to us that as many tickets as possible for The Open are sold at a price that is affordable to a greater number of consumers and we are concerned about the inflated prices that tickets can be sold for on the secondary ticket market. The re-sale of tickets is therefore prohibited except in limited circumstances. This means that if you sell your ticket to someone else for commercial gain or at a higher price than face value, or advertise it for sale, other than as permitted under these Ticket Terms and Conditions or otherwise with our permission, we may cancel or void that ticket and other tickets purchased by you (see Section F for further details on using your tickets). This includes tickets being bundled with other goods or services (e.g. accommodation, travel, hospitality, golf tee times) and selling on without the permission of The R&A.Where you are no longer able to use your tickets, you may be able to advertise for sale and resell your tickets via the official Ticket Resale Platform, details of which will be provided by The R&A in advance of The Open (the "Resale Platform").


We reserve the right to impose health and safety related protocols which spectators must comply with while attending The Open that we consider appropriate or that we might be required to implement, including in relation to COVID-19. Any spectators who refuse or fail to comply with such conditions may have their tickets cancelled, be refused entry or removed from The Open.


These Ticket Terms and Conditions set out the terms and conditions that apply between (i) you as a purchaser of tickets for The Open and, where you are not the purchaser of tickets for The Open, to you as a holder of a ticket for The Open (referred to as "you" or "your") and (ii) us, R&A Championships Limited, a company registered in Scotland under company number SC247047 and having its registered office at Beach House, Golf Place, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9JA ("The R&A", "we" or "us").


1.In the first instance, tickets will be available for purchase by entering the official Ticket Ballot for The Open (the "Ticket Ballot"). Please note that tickets are subject to availability and entry into the Ticket Ballot does not guarantee that you will be allocated tickets.2.Following the closure of the Ticket Ballot, if surplus tickets are available, tickets may be purchased:a)On our website (www.theopen.com) ("Website");b)By telephone (see paragraph I.6 for contact details);c)On the Resale Platform;d)From our official authorised ticketing providers; ore)Through any other sale or transfer mechanism authorised in writing by The R&A.3.We offer three categories of ticket based on age. These categories and the eligibility requirements for these tickets are as follows:


4.The maximum number of Daily Adult and/or Youth tickets that can be purchased by you (regardless of the method of purchase) is 4 per day of The Open. For example, you may order 4 tickets for Saturday and 4 tickets for Sunday in a single transaction, but once you hold 4 tickets for any given day of The Open, your maximum limit has been reached.5.Weekly tickets are not available for purchase by members of the public except in limited circumstances. Where Weekly tickets are made available by The R&A, the maximum number of Weekly tickets that can be purchased by you (regardless of the method of purchase) will be decided by The R&A in its sole and absolute discretion.6.Requests for more than the maximum number of tickets stated above or otherwise specified by The R&A (for example, for a school trip or golf development group visit) can be made by contacting The Open Ticket Office on +44 (0)1334 460010 or tickets@theopen.com.


7.Children under 16 years of age on 15 July 2023 cannot attend The Open unless accompanied by a responsible adult over the age of 18 who holds a valid course admission ticket (Adult or Youth (16-24 years)). All children under 16 years of age on the above date must hold a "Kids Go Free" Junior Ticket to attend The Open. Please note that "Kids Go Free" Junior Tickets may not be listed for sale on the Resale Platform. 8.Requests for "Kids Go Free" Junior Tickets can be made: (i) via the Ticket Ballot application process; or (ii) in any sales period following closure of the Ticket Ballot (in the event that "Kids Go Free" Junior tickets are still available). Please be aware that "Kids Go Free" Junior tickets will count towards your maximum allocation of 4 tickets per day of The Open and will be subject to a maximum of 3 per accompanying adult, being a person who holds a valid course admission ticket (Adult or Youth (16-24 years)) or who is applying for or purchasing such a Ticket at the same time as requesting the "Kids Go Free" Junior Ticket. That adult must accompany the Junior while in attendance at The Open.


9.All tickets will be issued digitally through a mobile app, details of which will be confirmed by The R&A to ticket holders prior to The Open (the "App").10.All ticket holders are encouraged to have their own mobile ticket on their own device for security purposes and to speed up entry on arrival. Where you purchase and/or are allocated any ticket(s) which are for use by other people, you will be able to transfer the ticket to each person who will be attending The Open using the App following your receipt of the ticket(s). 11.If you do not have a mobile device that is compatible with the App, please contact The Open Ticket Office on +44 (0)1334 460010 or tickets@theopen.com.


12.Where you are the purchaser of tickets, your purchase of tickets will be completed when we deliver the tickets to you.13.In most cases this will be via the App (to your mobile phone). In limited circumstances this may be by post or in person (for example, by handing out tickets at the entry gate to ticket holders who do not own a mobile device that is compatible with the App).14.The R&A reserves the right to choose to accept or reject your order whether for all or any number of the tickets requested. In the case of an order being rejected in whole or in part, you will be notified as soon as reasonably practicable. Such notification may not be received until we have had an opportunity to complete all pre-despatch ticket checks. Our failure to notify you of the rejection of your order in whole or in part does not mean that your order has been accepted.15.The R&A will accept no responsibility for, or offer any refunds for, loss arising as a result of any incorrect information provided by you at the time of purchase, unless this is due to our error.16.If tickets ordered by you become unavailable for any reason then you will be informed of this by The R&A. The R&A reserves the right to complete the transaction by issuing part of the total order, or to cancel it completely. In either event, you will be refunded for any ticket(s) ordered but not received and this will be the only liability that we have to you.


1.If, after you have placed your order, you wish to withdraw or cancel your order then you may do so by informing us no later than 48 hours after your purchase. The right to cancel tickets set out in this paragraph B.1 must be exercised no later than 15 July 2023 and does not apply to any tickets purchased on the Resale Platform. You will not be entitled to cancel your order or be entitled to a refund after 15 July 2023. If you withdraw or cancel your order within these timeframes, we shall reimburse the payment made by you within 30 days of receiving: (i) your notification that you wish to cancel your order, and (ii) where ticket(s) have been despatched to you, the unused ticket(s). Return of the ticket(s) to us is at your own cost and you will be responsible for the returned ticket(s) during transit.


2.Daily tickets: If The Open is cancelled after its commencement or play on the day(s) to which your ticket relates is suspended, you shall be entitled to a refund of the cost of the ticket(s) based on the following criteria:


Total Hours Course Available for Play Refund Due Zero = 100% refund in respect of that day's ticket cost Less than 5 hours = 50% refund in respect of that day's ticket cost3.If the course is open and available for play for 5 hours or more on a day, no refund shall be due in respect of that day. In calculating the number of hours the course is open and available for play on a particular day, each day will be considered to have commenced when play begins that day, and will end when play finishes for the day.4.Refunds due to cancellation or suspension of play do not apply to Weekly tickets or car parking.5.For the purpose of calculating refunds under paragraph B.2 above, the number of hours the course is open and available for play will be timed by The R&A Rules Department and its decision shall be final. Information on this decision will be published on our Website. This right of refund for cancellation of play lasts for four months after The Open has ended.


6.In the event The Open is postponed prior to its commencement and such postponement results in The 151st Open being held at Royal Liverpool at a later date than scheduled, The R&A will honour tickets for the re-scheduled dates of The Open. If you do not wish to attend The Open on such re-scheduled dates you must notify The R&A in writing of that fact as soon as possible. Upon receipt of such notification, The R&A may elect at its sole discretion to refund you for the cost of your ticket(s). Refunds will be available in accordance with the refund process communicated by The R&A following the date of postponement. 041b061a72


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