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Information on US Open Tickets for 2020

Looking to buy the US Open Tickets for its 2020 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 2020 US Open is concerned. All information on how to buy the tickets for the 2020 edition of the US Open along with economical hotels to stay and things to do in New York during the US Open can be found below.

The good news for the US Open organisers as it is for fans from around the world is that the top players like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams and in all probabilities even Andy Murray (if he continues playing following his surgery) can be expected to participate in the 2020 US Open.

And with Nadal back in form having won the title last year too, it could be one of the most closely fought US Open tournaments in some time.

Other than the aforementioned top players, the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas, Ash Barty, Naomi Osaka, Karolina Pliskova, Dominic Thiem, and Alexander Zverev will all be a part of the tournament.

When will the 2020 US Open Tickets be Released?

Last year, the tickets were released in June. Expect individual match tickets to be released around the same time in June 2020 as well. For now, you can make an early deposit to pre-book multi-session tickets.

When will 2020 US Open be played? US Open Schedule & Dates

This upcoming edition of the US Open will be held between August 31 and September 13. The qualifying rounds of the competition will be held before August 31 and the draw for the first round of matches will be held a couple of days earlier.

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.

2020 US Open Tickets Information

BREAKING: The Individual Match tickets for the 2019 US Open was released on June 3, 2019. Expect something similar for the 2020 edition of the tournament as well.

More information on how to buy the US Open tickets for the 2020 edition will be released closer to the start of the tournament. You can sign up here to get all the ticket details for the US Open over your email including when they will be released and the prices.

Other than this, you can get in touch with the US Open Client Services by dialling in 718-760-6363.

Last year, starting on July 13, the Box Office was open every Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. until the start of the tournament.

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. Individual match tickets can be bought from TicketMaster.com, and the prices will depend on the day of the tournament, court and demand.

For e.g., the price of an Arthur Ashe Stadium ticket for the day session of day 1 begins at $65, with some of the best seats available for $720 (at the moment – this could change as we get closer to the start of the competition). The lowest-priced Louis Armstrong ticket for the same day 1, day session is $105 while the best seats are available for $300.

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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.

Type of US Open Tickets

  • Arthur Ashe Stadium Day Session (Reserved Seating):

Allows an assigned seat at the Arthur Ashe Stadium + Unreserved seats at the Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand and all of the field courts.

  • Louis Armstrong Stadium Day Session (Reserved Seating):

Allows an assigned seat in Louis Armstrong Stadium + Unreserved seats at the Grandstand and all of the field courts. (Only tickets for the first nine days of US Open are available)

  • Grandstand Stadium Day Session (Reserved Seating):

Allows an assigned seat in the Grandstand Stadium + Unreserved seats at all of the field courts. (Only tickets for the first eight days of US Open are available).

  • Grounds Admission Day Session (General Admission):

Unreserved seats for Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand and all of the field courts. (Only tickets for the first eight days of US Open are available).

  • Arthur Ashe Stadium Evening Session (Reserved Seating):

Allows an assigned seat at the Arthur Ashe Stadium for the evening matches.

  • Louis Armstrong Stadium Evening Session (Reserved Seating):

Allows an assigned seat at the Louis Armstrong Stadium for the evening matches.

For individual sessions, the maximum number of tickets that can be ordered are:

  • Eight Arthur Ashe Stadium tickets for any individual day session
  • Sixteen Arthur Ashe Stadium day session tickets in total
  • Eight Arthur Ashe Stadium tickets for any individual night session
  • Sixteen Arthur Ashe Stadium night session tickets in total
  • Eight Louis Armstrong Stadium tickets per session
  • Sixteen Louis Armstrong Stadium tickets in total
  • Eight Grounds Admission tickets per session
  • Sixteen Grounds Admission tickets in total

How much do the US Open 2020 Tennis Tickets cost?

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.

Expect a small increase in these prices since the ones above correspond to the 2019 prices.

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.

Hospitality Packages for US Open 2020

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.

The 2020 U.S. Open Hospitality Packages for 2020 are available now and the details for the hospitality packages can be found below.

Tennis fans worldwide have already started researching and booking the various tennis packages on offer for the 2020 U.S. Open. Here are some of the hospitality packages available to you.

Overlook the US Open

This fantastic indoor / outdoor space offers a whole new way of watching and enjoying tennis, before, during and after the match. An Overlook package gets you into the Arthur Ashe Stadium in a loge seat or the Louis Armstrong Stadium in a court-side seat, together with fine dining, a fabulous rooftop bar and a stylish and sociable refuge pre and post matches. First class service, all inclusive food, soft drinks, beer and wine, flat screen television sets and priority gate access. Various membership packages, passes and access on request.

Luxury Suites

How lovely to watch world class Grand Slam tennis in a private luxury suite with some of the best views of the stadium. No crowds, no queues and private service from a dedicated attendant. The luxury suites are an ideal way to not just watch and enjoy tennis but to indulge your family, friends and clients. There are cosy couches, tables and chairs, a great bar, private restrooms, flat screen television suites and customised and delicious menus. And of course, THE TENNIS! Various membership packages, passes and access on request.

1968 Room

This is THE place to entertain guests at the US Open. The classic and stylish 1968 Room overlooking the Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong stadiums offers an all inclusive and luxurious hospitality experience – chef curated food, perfect refreshments and an indoor and outdoor style experience to watch the tennis. Seating is reserved, there’s exclusive access to the rooftop bar, priority gate access, early access and top notch and stylishVIP hospitality. The 1968 Room is exclusive, intimate and stylish. Various membership packages, passes and access on request.

Private Hospitality

Book a private room located within the Overlook at the US Open, ideal for a special event or for you to do a little networking. First class service, privacy, excellent seats, an upmarket buffet, refreshments and access to the rooftop bar. Custom designed to suit you, also with various packages, passes and access on request.

The American Express Centre Court Club

This is a very popular space with its 360 degree bar and contemporary decor, offering a unique position over Centre Court at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. Signature cocktails and sushi, lots of flat screen televisions for between games, an all inclusive buffet and an upmarket and stylish scene. Tickets can be bought on an individual basis.

The US Open has its own official site where you can check the schedule, seating maps and purchase tickets. There are a variety of ticketing plans and you will find all the information online.

For bookings:

Tel: 718-760-6363
Email: USOPENTICKETOFFICE@usta.com

What are the US Open Tennis 2020 Ticket Package Plans?

Here’re the different available plans of US Open tickets.

Louis Armstrong StadiumFull Series

  • Watch all the matches at the Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Includes a total of 15 sessions.
  • Nine day sessions, six evening sessions
  • Day Sessions on August 31-September 8.
  • Evening Sessions on August 31-September 5
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Arthur Ashe Stadium – First Week

  • Watch most matches in the first week
  • Includes a total of nine sessions.
  • Five day sessions, four evening sessions
  • First nine sessions between August 31-September 4 (day).
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Opening Sessions

  • Watch every first round session
  • Includes a total of five sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • First five sessions between August 31-September 2 (day).
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Pre-Holiday Weekend Sessions

  • Watch second and third round sessions an early start to the Holiday Weekend
  • Includes a total of four sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • All sessions between September 2 (evening) and September 4 (day).
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Holiday Weekend Evening Sessions

  • Watch the Labour Day Weekend evening sessions
  • Includes a total of four sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • All evening sessions between September 4 and September 7.
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Holiday Weekend

  • Watch the Labour Day Weekend sessions
  • Includes a total of seven sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • All sessions between September 4 (evening) and September 7 (evening).
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series

  • All match access on every single day
  • Includes a total of 24 sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • 13 day sessions, 11 evening sessions between August 31 and September 13.
  • Multiple other privileges like discounted restaurant passes, reselling option, exclusive hospitality, exclusive entrance and others.
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Championship Week Sessions

  • Watch the quarterfinals, semifinals and final matches
  • Includes a total of eight sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • All sessions between September 8 and September 13.
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Evening Sessions

  • Watch all evening sessions + Finals Weekend
  • Includes a total of 14 sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • All sessions between August 31 and September 10 + day sessions between September 11 and 13.
  • Access to Grandstand and outer courts (unreserved)

Grandstand

  • Watch all day sessions at Grandstand
  • Includes a total of eight sessions
  • Access to outer courts (unreserved)

Some of the others include Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series, Holiday Weekend, Championship Week Sessions, Evening Sessions and Grandstand and you can get all the information on them and on the costs for these packages here.

US Open 2020 Seating Charts for Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and Grandstand

Arthur Ashe Stadium Seating Map

Arthur Ashe Stadium Seating Map
Arthur Ashe Stadium Seating Map

Louis Armstrong Stadium Seating Map

Louis Armstrong Stadium Seat Map
Louis Armstrong Stadium Seat Map

Grandstand Seating Map

Grandstand Seating Map
Grandstand Seating Map

Secondary US Open Tickets Sale Sites

The only way the aforementioned method might not work is if the tickets are sold out for the match you want to watch. That being the case, you could look to apply for the US Open tickets with either StubHub Here OR Viagogo Here.

Now please remember, these are secondary, resale tickets websites which fans use to sell their own own tickets and there’s every chance they would cost more than the original value.

However, Stubhub and Viagogo.com are two of the very famous secondary sale websites for US Open tennis tickets and it makes perfect sense to try them out if there’s no other option left with you.

Quick FAQ on US Open 2020 Tickets

How to purchase US Open tickets?

Tickets can be bought through the US Open website, through Ticketmaster or in person. Tickets are sold in two segments: day and night. There are two-roofed stadiums: the Arthur Ashe and the Louis Armstrong stadium.

Ticket plans can be found on the US Open website which will give you access to multiple match sessions and is a great option for tennis fans.

When do US Open tickets go on sale?

Ticket sales begin in the first week of June.

Grounds Admission passes give you access to the Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand, and all field courts for the first eight days of the tournament and can be purchased on the very day of the tournament.

Prior to the commencement of the tournament, the US Open hosts a Fan week where fans can watch players compete for the qualifiers as well as watch the top players practise.

How to sell/swap tickets if needed?

Unused tickets can be resold only on Ticket Exchange by Ticketmaster. There are no other websites where you can resell your ticket. You can price these tickets at any cost you feel. But while purchasing tickets from here, be aware that these tickets may be priced over their original value.

What to carry for the US Open?

Ensure that you carry a water bottle so you stay hydrated throughout the duration of your stay. There are water fountains around all courts for refilling. Carry scarves, sunglasses or caps for the day matches and an umbrella just in case it rains.

If you do carry a bag, make sure it is smaller than 12?W x 12?H x 16?L. If you don’t carry a bag, however, there are Speed Lines available which move significantly faster.

Small amounts of food are allowed to be carried by fans.

Preferably use an American Express card as there are many amenities available for Amex users. You can access the American Express Hospitality Suite with your card, purchase pre-sale tickets, avail a buy one get one free offer for specific matches and get access to radio with ESPN broadcast and live US Open updates.

What not to carry to the US Open?

Backpacks are not allowed on grounds except for single compartment drawstring bags. There is a one bag per person limit to be strictly adhered to.

Glass or metal bottles are not allowed.

What to wear to the US Open?

While there is no specific code to abide by, the general rule stands that clothing with offensive imagery or messaging is prohibited. Ensure that you wear comfortable shoes since you will probably walk around a lot. Do prepare for all weather conditions as a general rule. Remember, during match time, umbrellas cannot be open.

What time do the US Open gates open?

One hour prior to the matches. 10 am for day matches and 6 pm for night matches.

How to get to the US Open?

The US Open is played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York. Use the 7 train to reach the Mets-Willets Point Station or the Long Island Rail Road if you’re coming from Woodside or Penn Station. The Center is a five-minute walk from the station.

It is recommended to use public transportation since the roads become exceptionally crowded especially on days when the matches conflict with New York Mets. The clash dates are updated on the website before the commencement of the tournament so plan accordingly. In general, New York traffic can have you not moving for hours and it is much more economical to use public transport.

If you’re using rideshare, access is granted through the New York State Pavilion which is connected by a walking path through the South Gate.

If you stay at a biking distance from the venue, use a Citibike to move around.

How to get to New York?

Flying into JFK or LaGuardia Airports are your best options since they are both located in the Queens Borough of New York. From there, get on the 7 train to reach the Mets-Willets Point Station.

You can also fly into Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. Flushing Meadows is just under an hour from the airport at non-peak hours. You can take a taxi from the airport or use the subway E-train that is Uptown and Queens-bound and then switch onto the 7 train.

Name some events to look out for before the US Open begins

The Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day is a free kids festival where the kids and families can have a fun day out with interactive games, music and a ticketed stadium show in the Arthur Ashe Stadium.

The US Open Fan Week runs parallel with the qualifying rounds at the Open. This experience includes free concerts, activities, tennis talks, Legends Lnterviews and much more.

What to Do in New York During the US Open?

Planning to visit New York for the US Open? Here’s a comprehensive list of things to do in New York during the US Open.

Budget Hotels to Stay in New York City during the US Open

If you are a tourist, have laid your hands on the US Open tickets and are looking to stay in New York City but don’t know how to go about staying at the some of the more reasonable hotels around, have a look at the best available ones here with Booking.com.

US Open 2020 Player List

This will be updated closer to the start of the next edition of the US Open as more and more players announce their confirmation or their withdrawals from this tournament. All the top players including Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal among others are expected to take part in this edition of the US Open.

Men’s Singles

Djokovic, Nadal, Federer, Anderson, Thiem, Zverev, Nishikori, Tsitsipas, Isner, Khachanov, del Potro, Fognini, Cilic, Medvedev, Coric, Raonic, Monfils, Basilashvili, Berrettini, Wawrinka, Bautista Agut, Auger-Aliassime, de Minaur, Pella, Paire, Schwartzman, Struff, Shapovalov, Pouille, Edmund, Djere, Lajovic

Women’s Singles

Osaka, Barty, Pliskova, Bertens, Kerber, Kvitova, Halep, Svitolina, Stephens, Sabalena, Serena, Sevastova, Bencic, Wozniacki, Qiang, Vondrousova, Keys, Konta, Goerges, Kontaveit, Mertens, Vekic, Garcia, Andreescu, Martic, Anisimova, Muguruza, Su-Wei, Kasatkina, Kenin, Suarez Navarro, Tsurenko

What Happened at the 2019 US Open?

Rafael Nadal won the men’s singles title by defeating Daniil Medvedev in the final while Bianca Andreescu became the maiden winner of a Grand Slam title when she overcame Serena Williams in the title-decider.

Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka won the men’s and women’s singles titles at the 2018 edition of the US Open.

Djokovic, who had entered the tournament after having triumphed at Wimbledon as well, would later go on to make it three Grand Slam titles in a row with an Australian Open victory. In the final he defeated Juan Martin del Potro in straight sets to bring home his third US Open title and 14th Grand Slam one overall.

This was after he had gotten past Kei Nishikori in the semi-final while del Potro had benefitted from a Rafael Nadal injury to enter the final.

In a highly volatile and controversial women’s singles final, Osaka defeated Serena Williams in straight sets to win her first ever Grand Slam title. Williams was defaulted a game for code violation and the match had to be stopped after the tournament director had to be called in to refer to the decision.

Osaka, seeded 20th in the tournament, had had a fairly straightforward draw, meeting Aryna Sabalenka as her first seeded opponent in the fourth round, before beating 14th seeded Madison Keys in the semis.