US Open | Tickets
Tennis Ticket Information
Securing US Open tennis tickets can be both extremely easy and very difficult, depending on the quality you are looking for. It is, after all, the most popular of the Grand Slams. There are three basic ways to attend to the US Open. Each has advantages and disadvantages, we’ll go over those here.
- Ticketmaster – Using Ticketmaster will secure you 1st hand official tickets directly from the US Open. While these tickets are generally inexpensive, they are also only grounds passes (meaning no admission into Arthur Ashe Stadium) or extreme nosebleed seats for Arthur Ashe, which holds about 23,000.
- Ticket Resellers – Online ticket brokers, such as “E Tennis Tickets” and Ticket Resale sites like “StubHub,” offer people a way of buying more premium tickets. You will find all types of tickets here, all the way from Grounds Passes to Courtside seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium. These seats can get very expensive however – Courtside seats for the Mens Finals can be as much as $5,000 per ticket!
- Tour Operators – Many companies, such as Grand Slam Tennis Tours, are Official Travel Partners with the USTA/US Open and offer travel packages to the tennis tournament. They usually include a choice of seating and hotels, in addition to transportation and other amenities. Sometimes these packages can get on the expensive side, but there is definite value to them.
- Day of / Box Office Tickets – Buying tickets at the US Open Box office is another way to attend the tennis. However, be prepared to stand in very long lines depending on the day, and be ready for only nose bleed seats and grounds passes to be available.