Cazoo Masters – Remaining Tickets

Cazoo Masters – Remaining Tickets


The Cazoo Masters gets underway on Sunday and runs from January 8 to 15. Most sessions are now sold out but there is still a chance to buy tickets and enjoy a marvellous experience at Alexandra Palace.

There is limited availability for certain sessions for exceptional VIP packages, with fine dining and drinks in a luxurious setting. For details click here

Standard tickets only remain for the following sessions:

Sunday January 8th, 7pm session (Mark Selby v Hossein Vafaei) BUY TICKETS

Monday January 9th, 7pm session (John Higgins v Jack Lisowski) BUY TICKETS 

Tuesday January 10th, 1pm session (Mark Allen v Barry Hawkins) BUY TICKETS

Tuesday January 10th, 7pm session (Mark Williams v David Gilbert) BUY TICKETS

Wednesday January 11th, 1pm session (Judd Trump v Ryan Day) BUY TICKETS

Wednesday January 11th, 7pm session (Kyren Wilson v Stuart Bingham) BUY TICKETS

Snooker’s most prestigious invitation event and part of the sport’s Triple Crown Series, the Cazoo Masters brings the top 16 players on the planet to North London. Up to 2,000 fans pack the arena at an event renowned for its unique atmosphere.

Standard tickets for all other sessions are sold out. VIP options are still available for certain sessions.

The Cazoo Century Club hospitality is unrivalled in it’s luxury and is a bespoke offering at this prestigious event. Take a seat in our high-end restaurant setting overlooking the arena whilst you enjoy fine dining and drinks before the match with the ability to talk, move and socialise whilst watching the action! Sneak preview available here.

The VIP Sofa Booths offer the most comfortable seats in the house!  These are very close to the table, tickets also include a private Baize Lounge for a 2 course lunch or dinner with drinks and the ultimate in service; drinks and snacks delivered TO YOUR SEAT in-between frames, what more could a snooker fan desire!

With a history dating back to 1975, the Masters is snooker’s biggest invitation event, with only the world’s top 16 players awarded a place in the field. It is part of the sport’s Triple Crown, alongside the World Championship and UK Championship. Since 2011 its home has been Alexandra Palace.


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