The BB&T Atlanta Open continues at Atlantic Station through July 28th as a tune-up on the way to the US Open. The tournament has been played in Atlanta since July or August. For 2019, organizers have focused on making the event cooler, with more share and air conditioning. It's also as close to the action as you can get for Tennis at this high level. Seating capacity this year is 3,506, and in addition to being close to the action, fan can enjoy promotions including Wine Down Wednesday and Thursday is Ladies Day Out.The cheapest tickets for this week start as low as $30 with prices for the semi-final and championship starting around $100. Since 2012, the event have been held in Atlantic Station in midtown Atlanta. Temporary courts are constructed around the retail and residential area's central park.
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TicketIQ also has tickets for all U.S. Open sessions on the secondary market, which have an average price of $525, which would make it the highest average asking price since 2011, when secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com began tracking data. The next priciest was $434 last year, and the cheapest was $287 in 2016.