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How does it work?
 

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No, that's something I know. I need more details, like how are they priced, tickets for how many days can they technically award ? Are tickets coming with some identification, or I can pass them to someone else?
 

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You are allowed just a days ticket. No ID on ticket but they do keep a record of where the ticket goes.<br /> Chances are pretty low , around 1 in 10,000.

if you want more you will need to buy corporate tickets and thats a rip-off.

Best is just to come and camp out if you really wanna come , you will get tickets for the matches you wanna see.<br />not worth coming from abroad just for a day.
 

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I've thought about it, but then thought 'what the hell?'. I much prefer getting a ground pass and going to the interesting matches.

You can wander round all day, see great tennis, great doubles.... it's loads easier!
 

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Oh, and ys I'm not sure if you've found this out anyway, but....

you don't need any ID to purchase a day ground pass. So theoretically, you could leave at 16.00 or whatever and pass it to your friend outside (but bear in mind that you can also by 'used' tickets from after about 16.00 anyway, and they're ridiculously cheap).

Not sure if that makes any sense or not! <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
 

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I prefer ground passes anyway now there are so many Russian girls to watch.
 
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