Two Months Out, All Sessions US Open Tickets Going For As Low As $73 On Secondary Market
May 29, 2015
The 2015 U.S. Open Tennis Championship is still more than two months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about purchasing tickets to see the sport’s best players compete in the fourth and final Grand Slam major. The tournament will begin on August 31 and run through September 13, taking place between Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong Stadium in Flushing, New York. All sessions pass prices vary greatly between stadiums on the secondary market, but fans may find the greatest ticket deals for an All sessions pass to Arthur Ashe Stadium, which will grant access to men and women’s double final matches on September 13.
On TicketIQ, the average secondary price for a U.S. Open All sessions pass to all matches at Arthur Ashe Stadium is currently $1,266.60. That is considerably cheaper than the pass’s average price at the beginning of the week, which was set at $1,523.55 on Monday. Fans shouldn’t be too discouraged by the exorbitant ticket price average, however. Because there is limited ticket inventory with the tournament still two months out, many all sessions passes can be found for well below that price. The cheapest available all sessions pass is now listed for just $73, a radical difference from the four-digit average the tournament is posting for all sessions passes.
If planning to be on hand at Louis Armstrong Stadium for all matches, the average secondary price for an all sessions pass is $135.50 and the cheapest can be found for $99. The tournament’s final day on September 13 is the most expensive individual day ticket, with average price currently set at $887.64. Attending the women’s final one day prior will be much cheaper on average at $509.74, but get-in price is nearly identical to that of the men’s at $100. Expect Miran Cilic and Serena Williams to play deep into this year’s U.S. Open as they look to defend their titles from a year ago.