The Mexican Open is a professional tennis tournament played on the ATP and WTA circuits and is also referred to as the ATP and WTA Acapulco. All the information on how to buy the latest Mexican Open tickets for the 2019 edition of the tournament can be found below.
The tickets for 2019 Mexican Open are already out for sale. And if you are looking to watch some of the best male and female tennis players in action in the tournament from the stadium, then here’re the various tickets available.
For the 2019 edition in Acapulco, the likes of Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Kevin Anderson, John Isner, Diego Schwartzman, Sloane Stephens, Danielle Collins, Eugenie Bouchard, and more have confirmed their participation already. The main draw will begin on February 25, Monday, with the final set to be played on the following Saturday, March 2.
There are two ways to purchase tickets – either through Box Office, the address of which is mentioned below, or the Ticketmaster Mexico website. For more information, you can visit the site of the tournament itself – abiertomexicanodetenis.com
The tickets can be purchased through the box office at Paseo de Los Tamarindos, 400 A 28 Bosques de las Lamas, Cuajimalpa, Mexico, D.F / C.P. 05120, between 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
You can contact them at +52 55 2167-3055 / 2167-3232. You can also reach them at 01-800-890-8906.
The tickets are available across six categories, with the quality of seats increasing in the order.
They are – Silver, Gold, Platinum, Plus, VIP and Cinemax. To be precise, the seats in the first categories are cheapest, while the seats in the last category are high-priced.
The prices mentioned are in Mexican Peso.
On day 1, Silver seats cost $515, while Cinemax seats cost $1,400. The rates in the remaining categories fall in the middle of the two limits.
On the final day, that is Saturday, Silver seats cost $4,435 while the Cinemax seats cost $6,205. Keep in mind that these are not session based tickets, but tickets for the whole day of play. This means that for these prices, you can watch men’s and women’s matches in Acapulco. How is that for a deal!
If you are looking to attend the tournament for the whole week, then you can consider buying the full series passes, with Silver category pass starting at $11,505. The same for Cinemax costs $21,485. If you are interested in just attending the weekend session, then you can buy the Silver pass for $9,270 while the Cinemax is priced at $16,660. Once again, the remaining categories are priced between these two limits.
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