US Open Tickets prices 2022: expensive to lowest & how to buy?

The US Open 2022 will surely be a special event as it is going to stage the final few games for the legendary Serena Williams, who is set to retire from professional tennis following the end of the Grand Slam in September.

It is also speculated that us open tickets prices will reach a spectacular level compared with previous years because of many global issues like inflation, war and other factors.

How much will the us open tickets prices in the upcoming Grand Slam?

This year’s US Open will be exceptionally special since it seems to be the conclusion of Serena Williams’ illustrious tennis career, or at least her Grand Slam career and Serena, who has won 23 Grand Slam championships since the Australian Open in 1998, will be 41 at the end of September.

The 2022 US Open is quickly approaching, with the season’s final Grand Slam beginning on August 29 and ending on September 11. Tickets are now on sale on the tournament’s official website, with pricing varying based on the round, court, and session. The qualifying matches will take place from August 23 to August 26, and spectators will be able to watch them for free.

The defending champions are Emma Raducanu and Daniil Medvedev. Tennis giants Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams are competing for more glory, albeit the latter is also playing in her farewell event.

Serena Williams

According to Sports Interaction, the betting favorites at the US Open are Iga Swiatek (+293), Simona Halep (+593), and Naomi Osaka (+1100). Swiatek will be competing in her fourth US Open; she was ousted in the fourth round in 2021. She won the French Open this year, defeating Coco Gauff, and advanced to the Australian Open quarterfinals.

The US Open will be staged from August 29 to September 11 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. If you want to attend the party in person, here’s a glance at the ticket rates.

Cheapest US Open tickets

Website Price
TicketSmarter $40
Seatgeek $31
Vivid Seats $35
Ticketmaster $93

Most expensive US Open tickets

Website Price
TicketSmarter $16,200
Seatgeek $5,383
Vivid Seats $11,168
Ticketmaster $8,807.40

Undoubtedly, when anyone want to attend and who they want to watch will have a huge role in cost and round one tickets will be less costly than finals tickets.

A Monday entrance grounds pass for the first round starts at $146, according to TicketSmarter, while a ticket to the men’s final at Arthur Ashe Stadium starts around $290.

Courtside tickets for the men’s final might cost up to $16,200 at their most costly, while courtside seats for the women’s final will cost roughly $8,100  and obviously, if Serena goes on a miraculous run, those values will skyrocket.


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