Indian Wells Masters Tickets Information
Looking to watch the Indian Wells Masters from the tennis courts at the venue? Get all the latest information on the 2021 Indian Wells Masters Tickets here.
And before that, we also have information on the Miami Open tickets here, in case that’s what you are looking for.
Founded in 1974, the Indian Wells Open is one the top tournaments in the world, and along with the Miami Masters, it has the biggest singles draw behind the Grand Slams. 96 players feature in the men’s and women’s singles draw and 1000 points are on offer for the winner of both, the men’s and singles competitions.
When will the Indian Wells Open 2021 Tickets be Released?
The BNP Paribas Open tickets for the 2021 edition will be released in June this year. According to reports, ticket packages for this year’s Indian Wells Open will be released on June 21.
All the information around where to buy these tickets and the cost of the tickets has been released and can be found below. You can also find other information like best Indian Wells hotel packages, how to reach Indian Wells, parking information, standalone hotel bookings and much more below.
ATP Indian Wells Masters & WTA Indian Wells Open Tickets Options
If you are looking to get your hands on the 2021 BNP Paribas Open tickets, a tournament that will be played at Indian Wells, then here’s more information on it. Please remember there could still be some caution exercised because of the pandemic-related issues.
There are a few different types of Indian Wells Masters tickets:
- Grounds Pass
- Single Session Tickets
- Daily Double Tickets
- Mini Packages
- Group Packages
- Series Packages
- Hotel Packages
As the name suggests, the daily tickets allow you to buy tickets for that particular day.
There are four types of daily tickets – the Stadium 1 Tickets and Stadium 2 Tickets. Reserved seats in Stadium 1 for Day and/or Evening Sessions allows you access to Non-Reserved seating in Stadiums 2-9 and to the tournament grounds.
Similarly, reserved tickets for Stadium 2 tickets allow you the same as above except the Stadium 1 access. Stadium 3 tickets allow you access to reserve seating in that court, non-reserved seating in Stadium 2 and Stadium 4-9 while Grounds Pass allows access to the grounds and to any of non-reserved seating from Stadium 2 to 9.
The tickets are available across five categories of seats – Prime Loge, Stadium Box, Courtside Box, Premium Courtside and Front Box. The last option is the best way to enjoy the action, and obviously the most pricey one.
Grounds pass tickets allow you access to Stadiums 2-9 but for an unreserved seating.
How to Buy Tickets for the Indian Wells Open?
Here’s a simple process to be able to buy the single session tickets for this tournament.
- Go to the Daily Tickets section under the Indian Wells tickets here.
- You can view the seating map on that link
- Scroll down and select your date/dates. Click on it and then click on Submit Selection
- Choose if you want to go with the Day Session or the Night Session or a Daily Double (i.e. both sessions)
- The ticket prices for those sessions are mentioned. Click on Select next to the tickets you want to buy
- A new screen will open up from where you can select the number of tickets, and the type of ticket (Ground Pass or Reserved Seating). Click on Find Ticket
- Choose how you want to receive your tickets; download the app and receive it there or get it mailed home for an extra $5. Click on Continue
- Create your account or if you already have one, log in to it and make the payment.
When it comes to packages, you have three deals to choose from – Mini Packages, Group Packages and Series Packages.
The Mini Packages comprise of several combinations of certain days of the tournaments. For example, there is the Kick-Off Weekend package, for the starting weekend.
Then, there’s the Mid-Week Package, followed by Evening and Championship Weekend Packages. These deals are suitable if you are looking to attend a specific section of the tournament, which in many cases, are the finals.
Indian Wells Masters Tickets Prices
So, how much do the Indian Wells Open tickets cost? The first two days, i.e. March 4 and 5, which will see ATP & WTA Qualifying, are free to attend. Ticket price for a Grounds Pass for the third day onward is $20 while the prices go from $45 for a Stadium 1 ticket to $150-160 for Stadium 2.
This increases to $30 for Grounds Pass on March 7, $50-75 for Stadium 1 ticket and $165-180 for Stadium 2. From March 8 onward to March 13, these tickets cost $50, $65-100 and $165-180 respectively before tapering off for the final four days of the tournament where the number of matches will obviously reduce.
Mini Packages for Stadium 1 are also available with the prices as follows:
- Kickoff Weekend (March 8-10): Starting from $510
- Mid-Week (March 12-14): Starting at $540
- Evening Sessions (March 7-15): Starting at $705
- Final (March 15-17): Starting at $430
- Championship Weekend (March 16-17): Starting at $790
Group Packages for 10 or more guests are also available, and the rate per ticket can be found below:
Where to Stay During the Indian Wells Masters?
The Indian Wells Open have options that allow fans to not just watch the tennis but also club it with excellent stays as a park of the package deal (you can book your own hotel rooms too and we will come to that in a bit).
Each of the hotel package options offered by the Indian Wells Open organisers include the following:
- Tickets to Stadium 1
- Tournament Shuttle Access
How much do these Indian Wells stay+ticket packages cost?
There are multiple packages on offer that include stays and pre-decided tournament dates that can be watched. The lowest-costing price range is $45-1350 and it goes all the way up to $980-$4350 for the Final 4 Days.
You can also buy standalone Indian Wells Open tickets and book your own hotel stay if you prefer it that way. Below are few of our hotel recommendations you can opt for; the first two are the more economical ones while the third option is a luxury option.
Three Hotel Recommendations for Stay during the Indian Wells Open
- Indian Wells Resort Hotels (Book Here)
- Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa, Curio Collection (Book Here)
- Sands Hotel and Spa (Book Here)
How to Get to Indian Wells for the tennis?
With a population of around 5000, Indian Wells is a city located in the Riverside County of the state of California. It was formed in 1967 and is located between Palm Desert and La Quinta. Indian Wells is about 124 miles away from Los Angeles.
Indian Wells Open Address:
78-200 Miles Ave, Indian Wells, CA 92210, USA
If you are taking a flight from other parts of USA and Canada, your destination would be the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). From this airport, the Indian Wells tennis arena would be 30-minute cab drive away.
If you are going to be driving down, then here’s how much time it would take to get to Indian Wells:
- From Palm Springs, CA: 30 mins
- From Los Angeles: 2.5 hrs
- From Ontario: 1.75 hrs
- From San Diego: 2.5 hrs
- From Scottsdale/Phoenix: 4.5 hrs
The pick-up and drop-off locations for these cabs and private vehicles is next to the North Gate entrance, and can be accessed using the Gate 10 off of Warner Trail. More information on the availability of parking for Indian Wells patrons can be found here.
Other Information around watching the Indian Wells Open
Fans cannot bring their own alcohol to the tennis, but can buy it from inside the arena. Other than alcohol, weapons and any illegal substances are also not allowed inside. Only service animals are allowed as pets inside the ground. The maximum bag size allowed is 16”X16”X8” and will be searched for security reasons. Cameras without flash are allowed but photographs and videos can only be used for personal use. Day session gates open at 10 am while evening session entry begins at 4.30 pm local time.
Get all the other information using the official FAQ here.
2021 Indian Wells Masters & WTA Indian Wells Schedule
So when will the 2021 version of the Indian Wells Open be played? The competition will be played in October with the exact dates to be released mid-June.
The 2020 edition of the competition was to begin from March 9 and played till March 22 but was then cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
And if you have always wanted to enjoy quality tennis featuring the best ranked players, then the Masters events are your best bet (Considering that the tickets at Grand Slams are sometimes rather costly).
Apart from the points awarded to the players and sets played in men’s half, everything else is pretty much similar to the Grand Slams. You can enjoy the action in such events on a very reasonable budget.
- Latest Indian Wells Masters Predictions & Tips Here
- Watch the Indian Wells Masters Live Streaming Here
Seeded Player List for 2021 Indian Wells Open
Early days before the start of the 2021 Indian Wells Masters and WTA Indian Wells, but one can expect a similar set of players to feature in the tournament as the previous season. More information on that will soon be released below. For now, here’re the seeded players who featured in the previous edition of the Indian Wells Open.
Women’s Singles: Serena Williams, Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep, Caroline Wozniacki, Naomi Osaka, Elina Svitolina, Petra Kvitova, Sloane Stephens, Kiki Bertens, Karolina Pliskova, Anastasija Sevastova, Daria Kasatkina, Aryna Sabalenka, Elise Mertens, Julia Goerges, Ash Barty
Men’s Singles: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Juan Martin del Potro, Alexander Zverev, Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem, Kevin Anderson, John Isner, Karen Khachanov, Kei Nishikori, Fabio Fognini, Kyle Edmund, Borna Coric, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev
Any updates to the Indian Wells tickets information will be updated here.