Know how to get tickets for Republic day 2019

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Are you excited to be a part of India’s largest celebration of democratic governance and the will of the people? Then you must be looking forward to being a part of the Republic Day 2019. After all, its an important event in the history of the country. Well, if you are looking forward to attending it, then here are the locations where you can buy the tickets.

Tickets for India’s Republic Day Parade are available especially from January 7 to January 25 consistently, at Departmental Sales Counters in the accompanying areas.

  • North Block Roundabout

  • Sena Bhawan (Gate 2).

  • Pragati Maidan (Gate 1 at Bhairon Road).

  • Jantar Mantar (Main Gate).

  • Shastri Bhawan (close Gate 3).

  • Jamnagar House (inverse India Gate).

  • Red Fort (inside August 15 Park and inverse Jain Temple).

  • Parliament House Reception Office, unique counter for Members of Parliament.

The ticket counters are open every day from 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. also, 2 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. Also, one ticket counter at Sena Bhavan will stay open until 7 p.m. from January 23 to 25, 2019. In any case, do take note of that all ticket counters will be shut toward the beginning of the day on January 23, because of full dress practice of the Republic Day Parade. However, before you to buy the tickets, remember to carry official documentation. Aadhaar Card, Voter ID Card or official character card must be provided so as to buy tickets.

Ticket prices for Republic Day 2019!

Republic Day Parade will have the cost of 500 rupees present for saved premium seats.  There are cheaper seats for 100 rupees and 20 rupees for open seats. The premium seats are found nearer to the primary stage where all the main action will be taking place. Open seating is given on a first-come-first-serve premise. On the off chance that you have open tickets, ensure you touch base at the scene right on time to get the best position.  There are separate tickets available for the beating retreat Ceremony (Full Dress Rehearsal on January 28), at the cost of 50 rupees and 20 rupees. All seats are open to availability.

Tips for Buying Tickets

If you really want to attend, you need to be an early bird and get your ticket fast. Interest for 500 rupees saved seating tickets are high and the supply is extremely restricted. Just a single such ticket can be acquired per ID card. In any case, despite everything they move out rapidly after the ticket counters open at 10 a.m. On the off chance that you need one of these tickets, it’s prescribed that you line up as ahead of schedule at 8 a.m.

So are you ready to catch the biggest extravaganza of India? Then get set and start booking the tickets already!