Information on US Open Tickets for 2017
Looking to buy the US Open Tickets for its 2017 edition? You have come to the right place as we look to explore the various available options as far as the tickets sale for the 2017 US Open is concerned.
The loss of some of the top players from the US Open might not augur too well for the organisers at the competition but the mouth-watering prospect of watching Roger Federer go up against Rafael Nadal could be too difficult to let go.
As a result fans can expect a plethora of demand for the US Open tickets this season, and are advised to book their tickets or hospitality package well in advance.
The US Open will kick-start from August 28 this year, and will go on for a period of two weeks. More information on the tournament can be found here.
Both the men’s singles finalists, Stan Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic, along with losing semi-finalist Kei Nishikori have been ruled out of the competition because of injuries.
In the women’s singles draw, Angelique Kerber will be the defending champion but will face a lot of competition from the likes of Karolina Pliskova and Garbine Muguruza.
2017 US Open Tickets
The tickets for 2017 US Open are available now for a variety of categories, ranging from individual session tickets and ticket plans, to group sales and hospitality packages. You can find more details on that front here.
The official ticketing partner is ticketmaster.com, which means that you can browse for individual tickets even there. Moreover, the feature of mobile ticketing is also available, wherein, you simply need to use your smartphone to gain access through the gates with the help of digital tickets.
There are three major courts in the Flushing Meadows – Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and Grandstand, which are then followed by field courts, which come under the package of Grounds Admission.
Tickets are available across morning session and evening session, only for the first 10 days of the tournament. After that, only single session tickets are available for the last four days, which include semifinals and finals.
The prices for day one, morning session in the Arthur Ashe Stadium begin at $64, with very little difference for the evening session.
For Louis Armstrong Stadium, the prices start at $110. As for the Grounds Admission pass, the tickets can be bought at $60 and this stays constant throughout the course of tournament. The best tickets in the house go for somewhere around $500, and that’s on day one. With every day that passes by, the prices will increase.
For the men’s final, the tickets start at $287, while the best seats in the stadium can be bought at a starting price of $1000.
For obvious reasons, the closer the seats are to the court, the more expensive will be the tickets. And interactive map has been made available on the ticket page, so you can see where your seats will be.
The details for the hospitality packages can be found here. This is suitable if you are entertaining a group of people, and depending on the package you choose, you will be presented with a wide range of benefits. For instance, Luxury Suites will fetch you 20 tickets & 2 host passes, along with 3 parking passes.
This entails an appointed lounge for your party, where you can witness the action in style!
Premium Seat Package is ideal for entertaining small groups, which comes with four passes for Arthur Ashe Stadium. It also comes with access to bar service and gourmet buffet. There are many such packages available, which can be found on the ticketing page.