The Brisbane International tennis tournament continues in 2018 and Grigor Dimitrov and Karolina Pliskova will kick-start the competition as defending champions. Latest information on Brisbane International Tickets can be checked below.
The tickets for the 2018 edition of the tournament haven’t gone on sale yet, but it is a good idea to start checking their official page regularly from October. However, the prices of tickets are other related information has been released.
The official ticketing partner to buy the Brisbane International Tickets is Ticketek. Their agencies are placed across Australian and New Zealand and they can be visited to make the bookings.
Alternately, you can also call them at 1300-888-104. International customers can call them at +61-3-9039-9407.
The main stadium at Brisbane International is the Pat Rafter Arena, wherein, the general seats are classified as Platinum, Category A and Category B.
For Day 1, Category B seat costs $51 and Category A seat costs $69. As for the Platinum Category, it costs $104.
For men’s final, the same seats are priced at $141, $171 and $210 respectively.
The prices throughout the tournament will vary depending on the day and session chosen, but the above-mentioned prices are the most you can expect to pay for a single session match.
If you are planning to attend the tournament for multiple days, then you should consider buying multiple session tickets.
For example, men’s semifinal and final tickets can be bought for $226 in Category B, while the same is priced at $343 in the Platinum Category.
You can also buy tickets based on a combination of particular days such as Sunday & Monday or Monday & Tuesday and so on.
Apart from this, you also have corporate hospitality packages, which are ideal for entertaining friends, family or clients. This is quite different than buying tickets in a group since they come with their own range of benefits, based on the type chosen.
You have five packages to choose from, each capable of hosting a fixed number of guests at a time. They are: The Champions Suite, Corporate Suite, Corporate Boxes, The Baseline Club and Session Select. These packages usually include meals, access to lounge and dining room, exclusive player meet and greet (Yes, you’ve read that right) along with tennis seats of highly superior quality.
In short, this is a royal experience to have, but be prepared to shell out thousands of dollars for these Brisbane International Tickets. Nonetheless, it is worth every penny you pay. You can find more details on these corporate packages here.
You also have travel packages to consider from a variety of their official tour partners. They cover staying, traveling and ticketing for the Australian Open series, including the Grand Slam itself.
Some of these are Sportsnet Holidays, Qantas Holidays, Virgin Australia Holidays and Events Worldwide. Visiting their official website will get you more details on how to purchase these packages and the benefits they come with.
Brisbane International 2018 promises to be a great event, considering that we’ll see some of the leading players in the world of tennis here. Rafael Nadal and Grigor Dimitrov will look to kickstart their 2018 season here, along with the formidable giants like Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori and Milos Raonic.
In the ladies half, we’ll see Garbine Mugurza and Karolina Pliskova in action, along with Johanna Konta, Samantha Stosur, Sloane Stephens, Elina Svitolina and Kristina Mladenovic.