Royal Welsh Show e-tickets now available

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For the first time, visitors to the Royal Welsh Show can now order discounted e-tickets for the event online.

The new, quick and easy way of purchasing pre-show tickets not only allows visitors to get reduced entry to the show, but they will receive their tickets immediately by email, ready to print off and bring along on the day.

With the e-tickets now sent out instantly, visitors are able to purchase tickets right up until midnight before the show begins and allows us to scrap the need for the admin fee.

“This development is the latest in a long line of technological advancements and improvements that the society is implementing to make the experience of visiting the Royal Welsh Show easier for our many thousands of visitors,” says Aled Jones, Assistant Chief Executive of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society.

“Not only will our new e-ticket system make purchasing tickets online quicker and easier, but it will also mean visitors can take advantage of the advanced tickets prices and avoid any queues on the gate.”

The big attractions in the main ring at this year’s Royal Welsh Show will be the incredible Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch Activity Ride, the Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motorcross Team, Ye Olde Redtail Falconry Display (Ray & Wendy Aliker), Tristar Carriage Driving, Meirion Owen and the Quack Pack, Inter Hunt Relay, trotting competitions and much more.

On the first three days of the show there will also be a spectacular double aerial display from a Hawker Hurricane and Spitfire from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Visitors to the show will once again be able to make full use of the Royal Welsh Show App which will include a full timetable of events, competitions, results, information on local traffic and weather. The App will be available to download free from the iTunes Store and Google Play closer to the show.

The Royal Welsh Show will take place at the showground in Llanelwedd on 20-23 July. To pre-order your discounted e-tickets before midnight on Sunday 19 July and avoid any queues at the gates visit