Grand National tickets 2025

The Grand National Festival takes place between Thursday 3rd April and Saturday 5th April and you can experience all the drama in person by buying Grand National tickets for 2025. Grand National tickets and prices for all stands and enclosures are now available and are expected to prove to be as popular as ever.

Whether you crave Grand National day tickets, or just want to witness the famous fences, we have all the Grand National ticket details.

2025 Grand National ticket prices and availability

EnclosureThursdayFridaySaturday
Festival Zone£35£55£85
West Tip Seats£60£80£120
Earl of Derby Terrace£55£90£135
Lord Sefton Terrace£55£90£135
Princess Royal Roof£65£110£165
Lord Daresbury Roof£65£110£165
Queen Mother Roof£95£140£185
Garden Club£85£125£155
Earl of Derby Lower Seats£85£140Sold out
Earl of Derby Upper Seats£85£140Sold out
Lord Sefton Lower Seats£95£140£195
Lord Sefton Upper Seats£95£140Sold out
Queen Mother Seats£115£170Sold out
Princess Royal Seats and Gallery£130£165£210
Platinum Lounge Seats£130£185Sold out
The Embankment£45
McCoys£210£285£420
More hospitality packagesfrom £440from £590from £605
Steeplechase Car Park£25£30£35

(Last Updated: 3rd July 2024)

Grand National Thursday tickets

Thursday sets the scene for the world’s most iconic horse race. Grand National Thursday’s races are first class in their own right, and include The Aintree Hurdle and the Randox Foxhunters’ Chase. It’s also cheaper than the other Festival days, providing a great way to experience the excitement early without breaking the bank.

2025 Grand National Ladies Day tickets

Friday’s Ladies Day is a fashionable affair, with everyone encouraged to dress to the nines and dust off the suits, heels, hats and fascinators on #FabulousFriday. The Red Rum Garden is at the heart of the action as fashion ambassadors select the winner of the Style Award.

In addition to the fashion, the top notch racing continues, with the Marsh Melling Chase and Randox Topham Chase among the most popular races.

2025 Grand National tickets

Saturday features the race that stops not only a nation but millions from around the world. It is the pinnacle of jump races and steeped in a long and colourful history. The Grand National itself needs little introduction, unlike any other race and steeped in a long and colourful history. Witness the speed, strength and thundering hooves for yourself in 2025.

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Grand National tickets booking details

Tickets and hospitality will be available to buy online, from the racecourse or by phone on 0344 579 3001 when they become available. The sales office within the Princess Royal Stand reception is open Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm. Hospitality bookings can be made by calling 0151 522 2911.

Grandstand badges are limited to a maximum of 10 per customer.

Grand National Handicap

Photo by Rept0n1x is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

The Lord Sefton Stand (left) and Earl of Derby Stand (right)

Grand National tickets FAQ

Find answers to some of the most popular questions relating to Grand National tickets in the section below.

How much is a Grand National ticket?

Grand National ticket prices vary depending on the day you go and where you sit. The cheapest section for Grand National day is The Embankment which costs £45, but some hospitality tickets can set you back nearly £1,000.

Can you wear jeans to the Grand National?

There is no dress code for the Grand National, so you can turn up in jeans if you want. The majority of those who attend will dress up though, so you may also want to show off your best outfit.

Where is Grand National?

The Grand National is held at Aintree which is about 5 miles north-east of Liverpool city centre.

Can you take food and drink into Aintree?

No, you are not allowed to bring your own food and drink into Aintree racecourse for the Grand National.

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