Watching Live: British Champions Day Vs All Sport

Watching live sport can be expensive business especially for a student.

Football could set you back upwards of £100 to watch the best teams in London for a one-off game, which could mean beans on toast for the next week to balance the books!

However, this is not the case for QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot on 20th October, students can get tickets for just £10 but hurry there’s only a limited number left!

To register for the £10 ticket safely and securely just follow these simple steps:

  1. Head to the Ascot Racecourse ticketing portal
  2. Select QIPCO British Champions Day – Saturday 20 October
  3. Enter in the promotional code STUDENTSBCD
  4. To complete the booking you will either need to log in to your Ascot account (if you are already a member) or register (don’t worry this won’t take long).
  5. Once the booking is complete remember to print of your e-ticket and bring it with you on the day along with your valid student ID.

Champions Day

British Champions Day

The best in racing from all over Europe come to Ascot in the richest raceday in Britain. It is racing’s equivalent of the UEFA Champions League Final.

There will be a Ella Eyre and Jax Jones performing at the after-party, chances to see some of the most famous athletes and sportspeople in Britain as well as plethora of celebrities in attendance, and there will be multiple prizes on offer including a chance to win a year’s worth of rent and a possibility of winning a sports car.

You can get all of this and attend the event for just £10.

Football

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The cheapest Premier League tickets have been frozen for away fans at £30 and home tickets could be more than double. However, for the ‘Category A’ tickets supporters are looking at paying above £100!

Rugby Union

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The cheapest home tickets on average across all premiership London rugby clubs is £21, and to see club games at Twickenham that could will be on average £27. International matches are naturally more expensive with the cheapest tickets at Twickenham in 2017 going from £65 to £85.

Cricket

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To watch Twenty20 matches the cheapest tickets on average at the Oval and Lords is £24. To watch England Test matches and One Day Internationals against the West Indies this summer it will cost you a minimum of £50 for the cheap seats.

NFL

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American Football comes to London every year, the cheapest tickets are currently selling for over £100!

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