Looking to watch the ATP Auckland Open live from the court-side? Get all the latest information on the ATP Auckland tickets for the 2020 edition of the tournament below.
If you happen to be in Auckland in January, then you should definitely consider visiting this tournament and watching the matches, live. Mentioned here is the information on how you can procure the 2020 ATP Auckland tickets.
The ASB Auckland Open was first played in 1956 and has seen players like Juan Martin del Potro, John Isner and David Ferrer win the tournament in recent times. Played before the Australian Open, it has often been a pit-stop for many of the higher-ranked players who are bidding to get into rhythm for the first major of the year.
When will 2020 Auckland Open tickets be sold?
The tickets for the 2020 edition of the Auckland Open are already out, with the presale having begun from August 12. Currently, you can buy tournament passes or single session tickets online using the method mentioned below.
Auckland Open Ticket Sale Dates
Tournament Pass Presale:
12th August 9:00am – 4th September 8:59am
Single Session Presale:
20th August 12:00pm – 4th September 11:59am
30th August 9:00am – 4th September 11:59am
General Public: 4th September 12:00pm onward
How to Buy Auckland Open tickets?
Ticketek is the official ticketing partner for the ASB Classic and this is where you’ll be directed from the official tournament site. The tickets for the tournament are already on sale.
Tickets are available across four categories – Standard, which includes the access to Centre Court stands, Family Pass, which comprises of two adults and two children, Ground Pass, which gives you the access to other courts and seating areas, following by the Corporate category.
In the main stadium, Robinson Stand and Redwood Stand are placed behind the baseline, while Yock Stand and Cross Court Stand are placed by the sides of the centre court. As a result, the seats in above two categories are much more expensive than their two counterparts. You also have Rooftop Stand and Tennis Auckland Stand placed at the sides.
Auckland Open Stadium Map
You can also buy the Auckland Open tickets from the box-office but these will come at a higher cost.
Tickets for Disabled
For more information on wheelchair and inquiries around tickets for disabled, you can call the following number.
- 0800 686 677
How much do the 2020 Auckland Open tickets cost?
Ticket prices for the first day of the men’s Auckland Open, i.e. for January 13, 2020, day session will cost anywhere from $14/person. This lowest-costing ticket will give you admission to the grounds but in order to be able to watch the centre court matches, the ticket prices start at $19 (Rooftop Stand).
The other ticket prices for the day session on the opening day are as follows:
- Yock Stand B Reserve: From $23
- Yock Stand B Reserve: From $33
- Robinson B Reserve: From $43
- Robinson A Reserve: $68
- Redwood Stand: $68
For the evening session on that very opening day, the ground pass and Rooftop stand will cost you $14, while the other prices are somewhat similar to the day session costs mentioned above.
Ticket prices get costlier on day two with the Rooftop stand starting at $29 going up to Redwood Stand price of $78. On day three, the Rooftop Stand will cost you $39, while Yock B Reserve, Yock A Reserve and Robinson B Reserve at $43, $53 and $63 respectively and the Redwood Stand at $88.
The quarterfinals will be played on Thursday, January 16, followed by the semifinals and the final and the costs of tickets for these matches get dearer every day. The Auckland Open finals ticket will cost $109 for the Rooftop Stand, while the Redwood Stand ticket will be worth $143.
Owing to the popularity of the tournament, it is advisable to purchase the tickets at the earliest. The Ground Pass can be bought for under $15.00, depending on the day you’re visiting. A booking fee of $4 will be applied to the tickets.
The Corporate seats are a good idea to consider if you’re looking to treat your family, friends or clients to a royal experience.
These seats often include the best possible view of the centre court owing to its proximity to the action. Moreover, you also get to pamper yourself with many exclusive benefits like access to lounges, player meet and so on. You can find more details on these at coneystanleyevents.co.nz.
Tickets bought at the stadium will cost a surcharge of $15.
You can also subscribe to the official newsletter of the ASB Classic to receive latest information and happenings in the tournament.
Player List for 2020 ATP Auckland Open
The player list for the 2020 edition of the ATP Auckland will be updated soon. Below is a list of players who featured in the competition last season.
Men’s Singles: John Isner, Fabio Fognini, Roberto Butista Agut, Denis Shapovalov, Pablo Carreno Busta, Marco Cecchinato, Chung Hyeon, Gael Monfils