No Federer, No Problem: US Open Demand is Up
Despite the absence of both Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova, the US Open is still a hot ticket this summer. The tennis tournament, slated to start in late August, has a median listing price of $260 across the entire tournament, 14 percent more expensive than it was at this point last year.
The Men’s Final is also up from last year, increasing from a median listing price of $805 to $924 this year, a 15 percent increase.
US Open Tennis Tickets
Even with the increases in price across the board, there are still some great deals to be found. For the Men’s Quarterfinals on September 7, there are tickets available for as little as $45 for what are sure to be some quality matchups.
One tip to keep in mind for those shopping for US Open tickets: Tickets for the day’s matches at Arthur Ashe Stadium are sometimes less expensive than a grounds pass. These tickets have the same benefits of a grounds pass, while also guaranteeing fans a seat at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
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