year's US Tennis Open attracts a record crowd of ticket holders when the world's top
tennis players compete in New York City. This year. the US Tennis Open runs from Monday, August 30 through Sunday,
September 12, 2021.
Individual tickets for
the 2021 US Open go on sale to the general public in mid-June. American Express Card Members will have an opportunity to score tickets in an early sale several days prior to public availability in June.
More ticket options available include full-series, group plans, and far cheaper general grounds admission. Just up ahead, check out related information including how to get to the US Open together with more on most anticipated Grand Slam of the season in New York City.
Where to buy US Tennis Open tickets
Tickets may be purchased:
Ticketmaster at 1-866-OPEN-TIX
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center box office in New
The USTA Billie
Jean King National Tennis Center ticket box office hours are Monday
Friday, 9 a.m. 5 p.m., and Saturdays, 10 a.m.
4 p.m. The box office is closed Sundays and July 4.
US Tennis Open ticket prices
US Open individual
ticket prices usually range from $40 upwards to several hundred dollars. (NOTE: show up at the stadium box office and last minute sales can drop to $6 per ticket for some matches.) That said, online reseller prices can skyrocket into the thousands of dollars per ticket for the final championship games.
For ticket plan availability,
group sales, disabled seating, and other US Open ticket information check out the official website or call the USTA ticket office at 718-760-6363.
If you're an American Express Card holder, watch for special offers to get a jump on ticket purchase announced the week before tickets go on sale to the general public.
US Tennis Open grounds admission tickets
For a cheaper day at the Open, the Grounds Pass or Grounds Admission tickets are usually available during the first week of the tournament.
While Grounds Admission won't gain you access to the main venue at the Arthur Ashe Stadium, it does provide even more up-close views of professional tennis matches held in the Grandstand, the field courts, and sections of the Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Except for special reserved box seats, the majority of tickets are sold on a first-come first-served basis.
Getting to the Open
BY SUBWAY: In Manhattan, the 7 train at Grand Central Station will take you directly to Mets - Willets Point Station. From Long Island, the LIRR Woodside station also provides an easy transfer to the 7 train and Mets - Willets Point Station. New Jersey transit customers can change at Penn Station for quick connections to the NYC subway and the 7 train.
BY CAR: Depending on where your trip originates, use the Van Wyck Expressway and Exit 12A - College Point Blvd or the Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) and Exit 22B – College Point Blvd. From there, follow signs to US Open parking. For complete directions, use Google maps.
All about the US Tennis Open
in 1881 as a men's-only tournament - played on grass over a mere
several days in Newport, RI - the US Open is today a premier contest
of strength and skill by the world's top male and female tennis
with featuring one of the fastest court surfaces in professional
tennis, the US Open is the richest Grand Slam event in the world
with total prize money of more than than $35 million, with $1.9
million awarded each winner of the singles tournaments.
The US Tennis Open marks the culmination of the US
Open Series, the six-week summer tennis season linking all
major ATP and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour tournaments in North America
to the US Open.
more than 100 million viewers watched the US Open - on cable ESPN and related online streaming services - as international broadcasts reached 180 countries.