When do 2018 French Open Tickets go on Sale?
Get the latest information on how to buy the French Open tickets for the 2018 season here. The tickets for 2018 Roland-Garros will go on sale in the month of March-April next year. You can find more information on this front here.
You can purchase tickets based on your preference of play, whether you’re looking for tickets for Day 1, or the Final Day.
Court Philippe-Chatrier and Suzanne-Lenglen Court are the two courts where you will get to witness the top seeded players in action.
Prices for the first court will vary from €70 for Category 3 on Day 1, to €160 for the same category on the Final’s Day. For more superior seats, Category 1, tickets will vary from €150 to €310, depending on the day you want to watch the match.
Prices for the Suzanne-Lenglen Court tickets are slightly cheaper, but even that rises substantially once the semi-final begins. Tickets for outside courts will be in the range of €30 and less, and this is a good place to see the match if the stadium tickets are out of your budget.
If you are looking for a more luxurious experience at French Open, then you can also go for their packages option, as shown here.
These packages come with a variety of offers, which includes a Category 1 tickets on either Courts Philippe-Chatrier or Suzanne-Lenglen, depending on your preference.
Along with these tickets, you also get access to an open bar, premium lounge and world class dining. Packages such as Elegance Jardin, Elegance Panorama and Passion come exclusive services and a Roland-Garros branded gift for every person.
Needless to mention, the prices here can be anywhere in the range of €300 to €2000, depending on your day and court of preference. It’s worth a splurge!
You can also avail multi-day passes or final passes, which are considerably cheaper than buying the tickets individually.
Now, the issue is what if the French Open tickets get sold out from the official website. What do you do?
Well, our suggestion always is to try out a second ticket resale website like Viagogo, from where you are almost certain to get tickets but for a premium. Yep, these Viagogo-like websites allow tennis fans like yourself to sell tickets if they want to and you can buy them by registering here.
We will bring you the latest information on the tickets for the French Open, so make sure you are tuned to this space.
Where to Stay in Paris during the French Open?
Paris, being one of the most popular cities in the world, has a lot of options for visitors in terms of accommodation. You can find budget hostels, starting from €35. If you are looking for a more classier stay, then you can also go for high end hotels and even the options on Airbnb.