Looking for information on how to buy Washington Open tickets for the 2018 edition of the competition? Below we have tried to explain all the various options that are available if you are looking to watch the Washington Open or the Citi Open as it is called for sponsorship reasons, live from the courts.
First things first, and the Washington Open is a men’s and women’s tennis tournament that will be played from July 29 this year on the outdoor hard courts of William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center in Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C., United States.
And the Washington Open tickets for this year’s tournament will be available online and can be purchased depending on your preference and budget. The men’s singles tournament is a part of ATP 500 Series while the women’s tournament will count for the WTA International competitions.
Among the players who will be in action are the top seeded and defending champion Alexander Zverev, John Isner, Kevin Anderson and David Goffin in the men’s side of the draw and Caroline Wozniacki, Sloane Stephens, Naomi Osaka and Anastasija Sevastova in the women’s section.
Now talking of the Citi Open tickets, fans can look to buy the Weeklong Packages which allow you access to all sessions of play right from Saturday, July 28 to Sunday, August 5 and there are differently priced packages that are available for this.
The 2ND TIER VALUE RESERVED will cost you only $200 for the week-long package while there are others like Premium Baseline Reserved ($350), North Covered Reserved ($415), North Covered Box ($550), Courtside Box ($640), Premium Courtside Box ($680) and the Platinum Box ($750).
For those who can afford it, there are dream seats that are available as well, located in front of A-23, 24 in the stadium. These cost anywhere between $100 for the Qualifying Rounds to $350 for the finals day.
There’s also a whole host of Partial Plans that include the Weekender Box, Weekender Reserved, Combo Seat Flex Plan, Box Seat Flex Plan and Reserved Seat Flex Plan, all of which are available here on their official website: http://www.citiopentennis.com/tickets-partial-plans.
You can also opt for single sessions, which cost anywhere between $25-65 to $120 during the main competition. For the qualifying rounds, this cost is lower.
Tailgate packages include all you can eat and drink within the Tailgate plus a ticket to watch the matches for that day. There are different packages for this daily and are included here: http://www.citiopentennis.com/tailgates.
If there’s any further information that you need while buying the Washington Open tickets, you can get in touch with the organisers by calling them at the Washington Open Hotline at (202) 721-9500.