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2023 US Open Tickets Prices, Types And Packages

2023 US Open Tickets Prices
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The best tennis players congregate in New York City for two exhilarating weeks of competition every year in the latter part of the summer. The US Open will occur in 2023 from August 28 until September 10.

The US Open is among those competitions that never disappoint, propelled by one of the best spectator crowds in the sport. Even while we are unsure of how things will work out in 2023, we do sure that perhaps the tennis and the host city will both be amazing.

Are you interested in purchasing US Open tickets for the 2023 tournament? Below, you’ll find all the details you need to purchase tickets for the US Open in 2023.

When will The 2023 US Open Tickets Go On Sale?

The tickets went on sale in June of the previous year. In June 2023, anticipate the sale of single match tickets during the same period. For the time being, you can reserve multi-session seats by making an advance payment (of USD 100 + service fee).

You can put down this amount for any of the below US Open 2023 ticket packages:

Stadium Stage Date
Arthur Ashe Stadium Opening Sessions  Aug 28 to Aug 30
Arthur Ashe Stadium First Week Aug 28 to Sep 1
Louis Armstrong Stadium Full Series Courtside Aug 28 to Sep 4
Arthur Ashe Stadium Pre-Holiday Weekend Sessions August 30-Sept 1
Arthur Ashe Stadium Holiday Weekend Sep 1 to Sep 4
Arthur Ashe Stadium Holiday Weekend Evening Sessions Sep 1 to Sep 4
Arthur Ashe Stadium Championship Week Sessions Sep 5 to Sep 10
Grandstand Stadium Grandstand Deposit Aug 28 to Sep 2
Arthur Ashe Stadium Evening Sessions Deposit Aug 28 to Sep 10
Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series Deposit Aug 28 to Sep 10

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2023 US Open Tickets Details

Towards the beginning of the competition, more details on how to purchase US Open tickets for the 2023 tournament will be made available. You can register here to receive all the information about the US Open ticket launch date and prices through email.

In addition, you can contact US Open Customer Service by calling 718-760-6363.

The Ticket Sales was open every Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. as well as every both Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until the commencement of the competition last year, which began on July 13.

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Flushing Meadows has three main grounds: Arthur Ashe Arena, Louis Armstrong Stadium, & Grandstand. Field courts are next and are included in the Grounds Admission plan. TicketMaster.com sells single-game tickets, with costs varying according to the day of the competition, the court, and availability.

For instance, tickets for the day session of day 1 at Arthur Ashe Stadium start at $65 and some of the best seats go for $720. (at this point– this could vary as we get nearer to the beginning of the match). For a single-day session, the cheapest Louis Armstrong ticket costs $105 while the best seats cost $300.

Tickets are only allowed for the initial 10 days of the tournament, covering morning and evening sessions. After then, tickets are only offered for single sessions for the final four days, which include the semifinals and finals.

What is the US Open 2023 Tennis Tickets Cost?

Prices for the first day’s morning session in Arthur Ashe Park start at $64, with the costs barely changing for the evening matches.

Prices for Louis Armstrong Stadium start at $110. For those interested in purchasing a Grounds Admission pass, the price is $60 and remains the same throughout the competition. On day one, the most desirable seats in the house cost somewhere about $500. The prices are going to rise as time goes on.

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The lowest-priced seats in the venue for the men’s final begin at $287, while the highest-priced seats start at $1000. Since the prices listed above are for 2023, be prepared for a slight rise.

It stands to reason that tickets will cost more the nearer they are to the game. On the ticket website, an interactive map is accessible that allows you to see where your seats are.

Types of US Open Tickets

(Reserved Seating) Arthur Ashe Stadium Day Session

Enables an unreserved seat at the Louis Armstrong Arena, the Grandstand, as well as all field courts in addition to an assigned seat in the Arthur Ashe Stadium.

(Reserved Seating)  Louis Armstrong Stadium Day Session

Permits an allocated seat in Louis Armstrong Stadium, in addition, to open seating in the grandstand and on all the outer courts. (Only seats for the US Open’s first nine days are offered.)

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(Reserved Seating)  Grandstand Stadium Day Session

enables assigned seating in the stadium’s grandstand as well as open seating at all of the playing courts. Tickets are only available for the first 8 days of the US Open.

(General Admission) Grounds Admission Day Session

Louis Armstrong Arena, the Grandstand, and all field areas have open seats. Tickets are only offered for the first 8 days of the US Open.

(Reserved Seating) Arthur Ashe Stadium Evening Session

Enables reserved seating for evening games at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

(Reserved Seating) Louis Armstrong Stadium Evening Session

Provides reserved seating for evening games at Louis Armstrong Stadium.

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The most tickets that can be purchased for a particular session are:

  • For each day session, eight tickets to Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Total of 16 tickets for the day session at Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Eight tickets to any given night session at Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Total of 16 tickets for the night session at Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Eight tickets per session for Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Total of sixteen tickets for Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Eight tickets for Grounds Admission each session
  • A total of sixteen grounds admission passes
Aqeel Ahmad
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