America’s Cup World Series 2020: Here’s how to get tickets as prestigious sailing races return to Portsmouth

Fans wanting to watch the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth from June 4-7 have a host of options to choose from – and tickets are now on sale.

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Starting at £21.25, visitors can buy tickets for a single day of action, the weekend, or passes to the full four days of events.

General access tickets will get you into the event’s Race Village Fan Zone on Castle Field, Southsea, open from 10.30am to 6pm for each day of action.

The hub will boast a set-up of big screens showing the races and a main stage with live talks from America’s Cup heroes past and present.

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Ticket-holders for the Premier Grandstand Experience will also have access to the fan zone, but are guaranteed a dedicated seat for the day.

The Grandstand will offer elevated views of the race area on the Solent – with big screens either side – and expert commentary.

Top-tier upgrades to the Emirates Lounge include access to the fan zone through fast-track entry lanes, with reserved Grandstand seats.

Fans who buy this ticket will also get food and drink vouchers to spend on-site and a dedicated MC team made up of race experts and professionals to keep them up to date with all the action as it happens.

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Organisers are also offering boat owners the chance to register and watch the America’s Cup from the Solent.

Fans living in postcodes PO1 to PO6 can get a 20 per cent discount on tickets until the event. A 15 per cent discount will last until the end of this month for everyone else.

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