US Open Tickets


Aug 25 Sep 8, 2014 | Flushing Meadows, NY
Championship Tennis Tours offers Individual tickets for the 2014 US Open in every seating level for every session throughout the tournament. Our interactive ticketing makes it easy to buy just the seats you want with a perspective on Center Court that your prefer. Great seats still remain. Book early for the very best seats! More Details and FAQ's. . .
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Aug 31 - Sun - Day
Session 13 - Round 3 - M & W
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Aug 31 - Sun - Eve
Session 14 - Round 3 - M & W
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Sep 1 - Mon - Day
Session 15 - Round 4 - M & W
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Session 16 - Round 4 - M & W
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Session 17 - Round 4 - M & W
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Sep 2 - Tue - Eve
Session 18 - Qtr Final - M & W
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Session 19 - Qtr Final - M & W
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Session 20 - Qtr Final - M & W
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Session 21 - Qtr Final - M & W
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Session 22 - Qtr Final - M & W
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Sep 5 - Fri - Day
Session 23 - Women's Semifinals - Mixed Doubles Finals
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Sep 6 - Sat - Day
Session 24 - Men's Semifinals - Women's Doubles Finals
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Sep 7 - Sun - Day
Session 25 - Women's Final - Men's Doubles Final
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Sep 8 - Mon - Day
Session 26 - Men's Final
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General tickets can be anywhere within the Promenade Level on Center Court. This ticket also gives you access to all the outside courts, and the Louis Armstrong and Grandstand show courts.

Sections:

Courtside Box

You're mixing with celebrities down here! Located on the lowest level of the stadium nearest to the actual court. These seats offer unbeatable center court views and people watching. Most of the boxes are broken down in eight seats per box. Your courtside box tickets give you the opportunity of a lifetime to see your favorite players so close, you'll see them sweat! Courtside Boxes also give you access to the US Open club restaurants.

Loge Boxes

Loge Boxes. Better than good, these seats are great! Considered by many the best place to sit to really take in the entire perspective of the play. These seats are in the second tier of boxes just above the luxury suite levels, and offer excellent center court views.

Promenade Seats

Promenade Seats. Kick back and relax. Your seats are located in the upper bowl of the Arthur Ashe Center Court stadium and offer good center court views. Many of our tickets are in the Lower portion of the Promenade section.

Grounds Pass

With a Grounds Pass you don't get access to the Arthur Ashe Stadium, but you do have first come first served access to all the outside side courts including the very popular Louis Armstrong and Grandstand show courts. There are no Grounds passes available for the night sessions or deep into the second week through CTT.

A ticket is good for the entire Day or Evening session. The US Open Women's final is to be held on the final Saturday evening with a start time of 7:30pm. The gates generally open around 10 a.m. each morning and 6 p.m. for the evening session. For a better sense of the seating please visit our charts of center court of Arthur Ashe Center Court.

How many matches are played in Arthur Ashe Stadium during a given session?
The schedule for each day's matches is posted on www.usopen.org the night before they occur. Traditionally during the Day Session, there are three matches played in Arthur Ashe Stadium. During the evening, there are typically two matches played in Arthur Ashe Stadium. This is subject to both weather and schedule changes. Ultimately, the number of matches is determined by the Referee's Office and is subject to change at any time.

What are the different types of Day Session tickets?
There are three different types of Day Session tickets.

* Arthur Ashe Stadium — (Reserved Seating) — Provides an assigned seat in the main stadium along with first-come, first-served access to Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand and all of the field courts.

* Louis Armstrong Stadium (Reserved Seating) — Provides an assigned seat in the Loge level of Louis Armstrong Stadium, along with first-come, first-served access to the Grandstand and all of the field courts. Louis Armstrong tickets are only sold for the first nine days of the tournament.

* Grounds Admission (General Admission) — Provides first-come, first-served access to Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand and all of the field courts. Grounds Admissions are only sold for the first eight days of the tournament.

Can I get into Arthur Ashe Stadium with a Grounds Admission ticket?
No, the only ticket that permits access into Arthur Ashe Stadium is an Arthur Ashe Stadium reserved ticket.

What are the different types of Evening Session tickets?
There is only one type of Evening Session ticket.

* Arthur Ashe Stadium (Reserved Seating) - Provides an assigned seat in the main stadium for any matches scheduled to take place in Arthur Ashe Stadium on a given evening.

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When does the night session end?
The night session ends officially after the evening matches conclude (traditionally around 10 or 11 p.m.).

Are there any shady sections of Arthur Ashe Stadium?
At certain times during the Day Session, the sun will cast its shadow over the south, southwest and western sides of Ashe Stadium.

How many total courts are there on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center?
There are a total of 22 courts on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean National Tennis Center. Four "show courts" (Arthur Ashe, Louis Armstrong, Grandstand and Court 17), 13 field courts and 5 practice courts.

Where is the chair umpire located?
Even with the net line on the west side of the court.

Are there any hotels close by?

There are many nearby hotels, some of which offer a shuttle bus service to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center during the US Open. Please check with the hotel to make sure that they offer this service or that they offer access to an alternative means of transportation. Both the Long Island Rail Road and the #7 MTA Subway train stop at Flushing Meadows, so staying in either Manhattan or Long Island are also possibilities. Below is a short list of nearby hotels:
  • The Crowne Plaza @ LaGuardia — East Elmhurst, NY
  • The LaGuardia Marriot — East Elmhurst, NY
  • The Garden Hotel — East Elmhurst, NY
  • JFK Airport Hilton — Jamaica, NY
  • Sheraton LaGuardia — Flushing, NY
Please note that we are not affiliated with any of these hotels and the information is listed strictly as a courtesy. It is always best to check with the hotel in advance of booking your dates.

Where is the best place to park? Do you sell on-site parking?
Public parking is directed to the CitiField main parking lots EXCEPT for the dates that the New York Mets are playing at home. Parking on these dates will be directed to lots within Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

I'm looking to find a storage area for my belongings when I attend the US Open — where on site can I lock up my bags?
There are 2 storage locations adjacent to the National Tennis Center. Lockers are locked on the boardwalk outside of the East Gate and a baggage check is located outside of the South Gate of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Both locations are available to all ticketholders for a small fee.

Prices stated are per ticket per session. Our prices generally includes a premium service charge to secure these tickets in the high demand marketplace. We are not affiliated with the Box office, Ticketmaster, or the US Open. Your reserved center court ticket allows you to roam all the Outside courts including the Louis Armstrong and Grandstand showcourts on a first come-first served basis. We are an Official Sponsor of the USTA Southwest Section as its "Official Tennis Travel Partner".

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When can I expect to receive my US Open tickets?


Tickets are scheduled to begin being distributed from our office in Scottsdale around the 18th of August with tickets for the first week of the tournament being sent out first followed by second week orders. If you still haven't received your tickets within one week of your first day of attendance at the tournament, feel free to contact us. Otherwise, please rest assured that your ticket order is being processed normally. If this doesn't work with your travel plans, we can arrange to have your tickets left for you at the W Hotel in New York.
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