Dubai World Cup tickets: How to attend the 2019 races

Apron Views, hospitality packages and more ticket options for this year's race day

Dubai World Cup tickets: How to attend the 2019 races

Although the Dubai World Cup is one of the world's richest racedays, there are plenty of ticket options to suit all budgets if you're keen to head along on the day.

For Dhs350, visitors can get access to Apron Views, which features the famous Style Stakes as well as plenty of other entertainment options.

There are also loads of hospitality options, offering excellent views as well as food and drinks throughout the day.



Access to the Sky Bubble costs Dhs1,000 – and you'll get amazing 360-degree views of the Meydan Racecourse as well as the famous Dubai skyline.

Or try the Daylami Suite on level six of the Meydan Grandstand, offering breath-taking views of the final bend of the track. That'll set you back Dhs2,500.

Looking to go all out? For Dhs3,3250 head for the Nad Al Sheba Suite, which boasts prime views over the Parade Ring and a package including afternoon tea as well as a lavish menu and house beverages.

For a full list of options, head for the Dubai World Cup website.

And in good news for families, children under the age of 12 go free – with Silks restaurant offering a Dhs150 international buffet for kids aged five-12, or Dhs50 for those who are four and under.

It's also possible to buy food at the Grandstand, with a wide range of options available at the kiosks.

This year, the Dubai World Cup is being held on Saturday March 30, with the first race at 3.45pm. Gates open at noon on the day, and hospitality packages kick in with 30 minutes to go.

Time Out Dubai will be bringing you live coverage throughout the day with galleries of all the best outfits, hats and action from the track. Click here to see the top pictures from last year's races.

There will also be plenty of entertainment, with Grammy Award-winning pop legend Gwen Stefani set to headline a huge concert at the end of the night.

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