Tips To Make Oktoberfest Reservations
- Armbrustschützen-Festzelt: Reservations Open March / April
- Augustiner-Festhalle: (Very hard to get Reservations) Open March / April
- Festzelt Tradition: Email firstname.lastname@example.org after April 1st, for reservations
- Fischer-Vroni: Check for openings in May
- Hacker-Festzelt: Check for openings in May
- Herzkasperlzelt: Only full tables of 10 reservable at a time. No dates announced for opening reservations yet
- Hofbräu-Festzelt: Reservations open March 3rd, - Send new reservation requests to email@example.com
- Käfer Wies’n-Schänke
- Kufflers Weinzelt: Online reservations accepted but notification will not be given until official Munich announcement of opening
- Löwenbräu-Festzelt: Reservations open in April . Already all evening sessions are booked. Only lunch spots from 12pm to 4.30pm on weekdays (Monday to Thursday) are available at this time of writing)
- Marstall Festzelt: Reservations online available around April . Only available dates will be shown.
- Ochsenbraterei: Reservations not yet announced. Minimum of 8 people for a reservation required
- Paulaner Festzelt: Reservations will open April through the online form only. Minimum of 10 people for reservations
- Pschorr-Bräurosl: Reservations already accepted. Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org with your desired reservation date(s) and if you have a preferred area in the tent
- Schottenhamel-Festhalle: Reservations already accepted online through the form
- Schützen-Festzelt: Reservations already accepted online through the form
- Zur Schönheitskönigin: Use the online form for registration
1. Choose top tents
2. Use the info in #10 to know when reservations open up. Make sure you are on your computer exactly at that time!
3. Most reservations require either an email or a phone call.
If it is an email, have a template drafted and ready to go so that you can just sent it to as many tents as possible.
4. You’ll need to know the number of people, exact dates, and even a preferred location in the tent if you have one.
5. Apply for a reservation to as many as possible.
You only pay once they accept your reservation, so it’s worth trying for as many as possible and you can always decline ones if you get the tent you want.
6. As of the 2019 Fest (before Corona) many require a bank transfer for payment. EC and Credit Cards are not accepted for a lot of the tents.
7. Many Oktoberfest tents require a minimum of 10 people for a reservation
8. Most will only mail the vouchers to a German address. cess
Some will require you to pick them up from central offices in Munich as well. Therefore, ask specifically about how to obtain their voucher so you know the correct pro
9. Don’t why they don’t have online reservation systems, but many still require you to send an email for a reservation request (or even make a phone call!)
Don’t expect replies immediately. In fact, some may take up to 6-10 weeks to even reply yes (or no)