Connecticut Open 2018, also known as WTA New Haven 2018, is a women’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the WTA Premier series. Latest information on the Connecticut Open tickets for this 2018 edition can be found below.
The event will commence on August 19 and will be played at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, New Haven. This being the last major tournament before the U.S Open, many prominent players are set to participate in the event.
The player field is nothing short of remarkable and as a tennis fan, you should definitely consider watching the matches in person. In this article, we will tell you how to buy Connecticut Open 2018 tickets.
The daily tickets are available for purchase on the official website of the tournament – ctopen.org. In case of any queries, you can browse through the ‘Info’ section or the ‘About Us’ section.
Not only will you find detailed information about the event, but you can also contact the tournament officials regarding your queries.
The daily tickets can be bought individually for two sessions – afternoon and evening. Alternately, one can also opt for the ‘Daily Double’ package and buy a combined ticket for the sessions at a discounted price. The tickets are available in five categories – Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Front Row. Front Row tickets are the costliest and by default, they offer the best view of the action.
Bronze seats, on the other hand, are the cheapest but the seats here are placed farther from the centre court.
For the games to be played on Sunday, August 19, Bronze tickets are priced at $25 while Silver tickets are priced at $30. The Front Row tickets for the same will set you back by $106. The prices increase further as we progress into the tournament.
If you are looking to attend the final few rounds starting on Thursday, then you can expect to pay anywhere between $35 to $219, depending on the category and session. You can also look into daily double tickets, starting at $99.
You also have Connecticut Open tickets packages to choose from, starting at just $175 for the quarterfinals, semifinals, and the finals. If you are looking to attend the tournament for the entire week, then you can expect to pay anywhere from $225 – $425, depending on the category of seats chosen.
You can also opt for Weeklong Box Seats for the all the sessions, starting at $495 per ticket.
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