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Looking to purchase the Monte-Carlo Masters tickets for the 2020 edition? You have come to the right site, as we describe the various options that you can use to buy them.

The tickets for the 2020 edition of the tournament are already on sale for general public. Priority sales for the same begin earlier in October 2019.

How much do Monte-Carlo Masters tickets cost?

The best seats in the house, Super Category S, can be purchased at €58 for day 1 and can go up to €920 for a three-day pass to watch all the quarterfinals, semifinals and final. The tournament pass for the same seats be picked up at €1420.

As you go lower in the categories, the prices obviously reduce. The Prestige S seats can be bought at €36 for day 1, while the same for the final’s day can cost €175. The most economically available tickets are the 3rd Category, D-E, which cost €29 for the first day and progressively get costlier till the final on which day they cost a mere €75.

Apart from this, you also have the option of purchasing the Privilege Offers, which come with access to fine dining restaurants, a branded gift from Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and tickets for the matches, the category of which depends on the package you choose. However, this is most suitable if you are looking to entertain your friends, customers or relatives.

For instance, if you buy the Category Gold offer, then you get seats in the Super Category, along with the perks mentioned above.

The Discovery Offer is also an exciting deal to consider, which comes with 2nd Category Seats, alone with lunch and access to other tournament courts.

You can also consider buying seats from the Hospitality Packages such as Loges and Suites, which comes with access to high end catering, 1st Category tickets, access to VIP village, Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters branded gifts and many more.

Check the Monte-Carlo Masters price chart below for the Court Rainier III tickets.

Monte-Carlo Masters Tickets Prices

Above also is Monte-Carlo ticket prices for Court des Princes for the 2020 edition of the tournament.

Other Types of Monte-Carlo Masters tickets

Tournament Pass

A nine-day tournament pass for the Court Rainier III is also available starting at €400 for the Category 3 all the way through to Super Category J/K for €1375. The Super Category S is currently sold out.

Other Multi-Day Passes

There are three-day passes for the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final days, and two-day passes for semi-final and final as well. The price range for the three-day pass is €195-455 while that for the two-day pass is €135-320.

There is also a qualification pass for the first weekend, which costs €55-110.


There are multiple, different packages available for the Monte-Carlo Masters including Elegance Or, Elegance Argent, Evasion, Horizon, La Terrasse and Avantage. Different packages offer different deals with lunches, champagne, gifts and special hospitality seats being a part of it all. Get in touch with the Monte-Carlo Masters hospitality package deals here:

Special Offers for Tennis Clubs

If you are a tennis club or a school and are looking to order for 10 tickets for the same day in the same court and category, the Monte-Carlo organisers have special discounts for it. You can email them at to get more information on this.

How to Buy Monte-Carlo Open Tickets?

Tickets can be bought on the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters website. The different types of tickets that can be bought are the Daily tickets, weekly passes, two-day and three-day passes and the Grand Nuit Du Tennis pass. The Grand Nuit Du Tennis is a dinner programme organised for players and tournament partners which you can also experience for a steep price of €23,000.

The ticket prices start from €22 for the Qualifications. Semi-finals and finals tickets range from €75 to €175.

There are various packages offered by the tournament that include meal options, tournament gifts and premier seating options.

Tickets can be bought via email through the Société Monégasque pour l’Exploitation du Tournoi de Tennis (SMETT) by emailing the booking forms to Or you can call them here: (+377) 97 98 70 00

You can download the booking forms from here.

Monte-Carlo Open tickets can be purchased in person at the SMETT or the Monte-Carlo Country Club which serves as the venue for the tournament.

The Monte-Carlo Masters organisers will send across the tickets 15 days after receiving the ticket order to the address mentioned. However, if the address is wrongly mentioned then the tickets will need to be collected from the stadium on the day of the matches.

How to Resell Monte-Carlo Masters Tickets

If you are are looking to resell your purchased Monte-Carlo Open tickets, can also be resold only online on the tournament website which connects buyers and sellers with just one click. Also this resale is possible for e-tickets only.

You can visit their official ticketing website here for any other information. You can also e-mail to get more information on these Monte-Carlo Masters tickets.

Monte-Carlo Masters Courts Information

As can be seen from the Monte-Carlo Masters ticket price charts in the picture above, there are two standard courts in the Monte-Carlo Masters – Court Rainier III and Court des Princes.

The first one is the main court, for which the seat categories are as follows.

Super Category S, in which the seats are right behind the baseline. Then, you have Super Category J-K, wherein, the seats are located behind and opposite the umpire’s chair.

Following the Super Categories in the Monte-Carlo Masters tickets, you have the Prestige S type, where the seats are behind Super Category S. Other than that there’s general categories of 1st, 2nd and 3rd kind.

About the Monte-Carlo Masters

The Monte-Carlo Masters is an ATP 1000 tournament that is considered to be one of the most prestigious tournaments in Europe. It will be held from April 11-19 next year kicking off the European season of the tour and will be played on clay.

The current champion is world No. 12 Fabio Fognini who stunned the ‘King of Clay’, world No. 1, Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals last year. Nadal has had an incredible history at the tournament, winning eight consecutive titles from 2005-2012 and till date, has won the tournament eleven times.

With the rise of upcoming Next-Gen players, the Monte-Carlo Masters will be an interesting start to the European season, especially with the building anticipation if Nadal can emerge victorious for a record eleventh time.