Sep 10, 2012; Queens, NY, USA; Andy Murray (GBR) poses with the championship trophy after defeating Novak Djokovic (SRB) in the men

US Open Tennis Ticket Price Overview


When Roger Federer began his unprecedented run of five consecutive US Open tennis championships back in 2004, little did fans know that his victory would also signal the beginning of an era of foreign dominance in America’s lone Grand Slam event. With seven countries represented in the current ATP Top 10, international flavor has created big demand for a taste of US Open tennis tickets. TiqIQ.com has tennis fans from around the globe covered, with US Open tennis tickets available for each and every one of the twenty-six sessions at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City.

US Open tennis action begins at 11am on Monday, August 26th, with the opening session of Men’s and Women’s first round action. Tickets for the first session of the US Open currently check in at an average of $180 dollars, with tickets available as inexpensively as $49 dollars. The second session of day one, which begins at 7pm, carries the cheapest average ticket price of any session in this year’s tournament, at $146 dollars.

The first weekend session to come around is Session 11, on August 31st. Tickets for the morning session skyrocket in price all the way to an average of $390 dollars, with a get-in price of $96. This price reflects nearly a $100 premium to the most expensive prior session. While the increase is due in part to session 11 being the first session of 3rd round action, price for Sunday drop as low as $265 for the evening session, helping to exemplify the Saturday matinee premium.

Although one might think that US Open tickets to the Men’s Final would be the most expensive session of the tournament, it is actually only the second most expensive. Session 24, containing the Men’s Semifinals and Women’s Doubles Final on Saturday, September 27th, is currently the most expensive session ticket of this year’s US Open, at an average price of $829 dollars and a get-in price of $145.

US Open tennis tickets to the Men’s Final check in at an average price of $760, with a get-in price of $130. The slight discount from the Session 24 can be chalked up to a combination of the Men’s Final taking place on a Monday evening at 5pm, and the fact that there are obviously three matches to see in during Session 24.

Below, you will see an overview of the entire tournament, showing the average price, get-in price, and the weekly price trend for session:

  • Session 1: $180 / $49 / +1%
  • Session 2: $146 / $26 / +2%
  • Session 3: $168 / $52 / -3%
  • Session 4: $151 / $22 / -9%
  • Session 5: $187 / $56 / -7%
  • Session 6: $174 / $26 / -5%
  • Session 7: $230 / $50 / -1%
  • Session 8: $233 / $49 / -5%
  • Session 9: $296 / $90 / -2%
  • Session 10: $259 / $56 / -1%
  • Session 11: $390 / $98 / -3%
  • Session 12: $311 / $61 / -2%
  • Session 13: $363 / $94 / +3%
  • Session 14: $265 / $52 / -5%
  • Session 15: $430 / $75 / -1%
  • Session 16: $230 / $42 / -5%
  • Session 17: $230 / $39 / -10%
  • Session 18: $386 / $52 / -1%
  • Session 19: $258 / $35 / -1%
  • Session 20: $582 / $70 / +1%
  • Session 21: $332 / $35 / +3%
  • Session 22: $635 / $92 /-1%
  • Session 23 (Women’s Semis / Mixed Doubles Final): $347 / $72 / -1%
  • Session 24 (Men’s Semis / Women’s Doubles Final): $829 / $145 / no change
  • Session 25 (Women’s Final / Men’s Doubles Final): $482 / $92 / -5%
  • Session 26 (Men’s Final): $760 / $130 / -2%
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