Fans who have tickets for the 2021 Masters please be aware that you have until Thursday (December 3rd) at midnight to decide whether to keep your tickets.
Ticket holders would have received an email last Friday (November 27th) giving three options.
Fans who have assessed their own personal situation and still want to attend this iconic event will be able to click a button and confirm that they are happy to attend, taking account of the social distancing aspects of the event. These fans will then be allocated seats over the coming weeks.
Fans who have assessed their personal situation and decided not to attend will have the option of completing a form in order to transfer their ticket to 2022 or claim a full refund.
All spectator options have a deadline of Thursday 3 December 2020 at midnight and therefore fans should act promptly.
The Masters will run from January 10th to 17th, 2021 at Alexandra Palace in North London. It is hoped that up to 1,000 fans will be able to attend each session. WST is in regular contact with the UK Government on the detail of regional restrictions, and tickets holders will be kept informed by email.
Only the elite top 16 players will contest the tournament. Stuart Bingham will be defending the title, and top stars who will qualify include Judd Trump, Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins and Neil Robertson.
An announcement will be made in due course on any tickets available for general sale.