When is Cheltenham Festival 2023, can I still buy tickets and how much is a pint?… – The Sun

CHELTENHAM Festival is the biggest week of racing all year.
It is the one meeting everyone dreams of having a winner at – be it the trainer, owner… or just us punters.
Nearly every horse will have their whole campaign geared around winning at Prestbury Park.
And with mega prize money on offer, it's really no surprise.
But the Festival sells out quickly, and this year organisers have capped the number of fans allowed in.
Still, some 68,500 punters are expected to flood through the gates on each day.
Here, Sun Racing tells you all you need to know about the 2023 Cheltenham Festival.
Cheltenham Festival 2023 will run from Tuesday, March 14 to Friday, March 17.
The first race will take place at 1.30pm on each day.
There will be 40 minutes between each race, with the feature race on each day taking place at 3.30pm.
The final race on each day will be off at 5.30pm.
You can still buy tickets for Cheltenham Festival.
The tickets come in varying cost for different enclosures.
You can view all the available ticket options here.
But they generally go…
Club Enclosure – from £98
Tattersalls Enclosure – from £67
Best Mate Enclosure – from £45
There are also a wide range of hospitality packages on offer.
Cheltenham unfortunately is not immune to the cost of living crisis.
Last year punters had to shell out £7 for a pint of Guinness.
And this year it will be even more, with a Jockey Club spokesperson confirming a pint of the black stuff will cost £7.50.
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