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I will go to Wimbledon next year from Istanbul, so i need some advices. It will be my first grand slam tournament ever (i don't think i have a time to hanging around because of tennis, lol). So i got really excited. I'm thinking about first week ground pass actually.

I need a hostel. (hotel would be very expensive for me i think) But i don't want it in dormitory style. There is a possibility that my friend/friends will come too, so it could be room at the same time. For sure i want near hotel/hostel to Wimbledon but even if this is not possible, it really shouldn't be too far away, because i know that in Wimbledon tickets are selling out in the early morning, so i should be early in queue. (i just want clean and economic, i just need bed and bathroom)

I have open for other advices too for sure. Help me! :)
 

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Ground passes don't ''sell out'' in the early morning. You won't get it until you are at the turnstile - so expect to queue for about 6 hours every day.
I would never go near Wimbledon without a pre-bought ticket. You are treated like you should be grovelling for whatever they throw you.
 

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Ground passes don't ''sell out'' in the early morning. You won't get it until you are at the turnstile - so expect to queue for about 6 hours every day.
I would never go near Wimbledon without a pre-bought ticket. You are treated like you should be grovelling for whatever they throw you.
6 hours?! Surely you've either had a very bad experience or are exaggerating. This year I got there by 8 am and was at the grounds by 11. Similar times when I went in '09. Didn't find it unpleasant either, you can sit down whilst waiting for the queue to start moving and have your own mini picnic. :lol: And once it starts moving, they give free strawberries and mini evian bottles along the way... :p
 

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HI folks:

I posted in main forum and then i searched and found this thread. Any more advice on the queue @ wimbledon 2012? i may be in london that 2nd week and that 2nd monday it is likely i would be available to try the queue

how early would i need to get there? Is there some advice from recent visitors based on their experience? So far only buddyholly has provided insight, so i would love to hear from others who have experienced it.

Thanks!
 
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