Australian Open 2020 Tickets Prices Revealed

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Tickets for the 2020 Australian Open in Melbourne have now been up for sale since October 8, and can be bought online through Ticketmaster, which is the official sales partner of the Open.

Australian Open tickets for 2020 are out on their official portal and choose and book your tickets here.

Patrons will find two basic types of tickets on offer on a daily basis, namely stadium ticket and ground pass. The stadium tickets will get the fans a reserved seating for either the Rod Laver Arena or the Margaret Court Arena where one can watch the top players put their tennis on display. The Ground Pass will allow access to all the outdoor courts, the AO Live Stage, AO Ballpark and the new Practice Village.

The Stadium ticket prices will vary as per the day, session, and type of ticket one chooses. Stadium tickets for the first day (20 January) in the Rod Laver Arena start from AU$85 and reach up to AU$220 for the morning session and AU$120 for the night session. The same for the Margaret Court Arena will range between AU$62 to AU$107 for the day session, and AU$62 to AU$85 for the night session.

Unfortunately, tickets for the finals weekend seem to have been sold out since there are none available on the portal as of October 28. However, fans can still keep a look out for the Australian Open final tickets here.

Ground Passes are also a good option if one is looking to spend a leisurely day at the event, watching tennis matches being held on the outdoor courts.

The cost of the Ground Passes is AU$49 throughout the two weeks of the Australian Open. The price for a pass for kids aged between 3-14 years is just AU$5, while kids below that age can enter for free but cannot occupy a reserved seat on courts.

Fans may also opt for a 3-day or 5-day Ground Pass, which will save some money as opposed to buying a pass separately on each day. The 3-day pass will cost AU$140 for adults and AU$15 for kids; the 5-day pass will cost AU$230 for adults and AU$25 for kids. Keep in mind that these passes are not valid for two days, on January 25 and 26.

The Australian Open is one of the most popular events in the sport of tennis. With a destination as beautiful as Australia, it’s popularity goes beyond just die-hard tennis fans. Hence, it is with paramount urgency that one plans out the visit and books the tickets since they are selling out fast, especially for the second week of the event.

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