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The deadline to make it clear is running out and Craig Tiley , numbero one of Tennis Australia, spoke to the online newspaper TheAge, which gathered his words which showed some shade of concern.
While it is true that the best tennis players in the world have shown their intention to participate, making an event of this magnitude in the current context is a tall order.
Everyone has demonstrated their commitment to come to the tournament and that signed document is already been sent to the Immigration Department so that it can process the necessary visas.
Please Enter Your Question Below. Am not sure of the process. I live in Canada. Thank you. Usually you can purchase tickets online or through a retailer.
Be that you are overseas, online would be the best way. I would say that the Australian Open website will update all of their links on the day to allow you to buy tickets for the event right now it appears you can only buy tickets with the attached dining options.
Not much information really exists out there really explaining the 2 types of tickets, but going through the ticket booking process, a single-session ticket enables you to visit on either day or evenings events on a single day, while multi-session ticket enables you to attend either day or evenings over multiple sequential days usually between days in a row.
When do general admission tickets go on sale in October? Has a particular date been announced yet?? What does Ground Pass provide?
Does it mean just have access to walk around but not for watching any matches? If so, do I need to buy the ground pass AND ticket to a particular arena?
Why one arena ticket is more expensive than the other one? Looking at the event, ground passes give you access to Hisense Arena, Show Courts 2 and 3 and also the outside courts.
Additional to tennis matches, the ground pass also gives access to the AO Live Stage, AO Ballpark and more this will usually be announced closer to when tickets are on sale.
There is no access to Rod Laver Arena. Tickets are sold by type ground pass, premium seats. The tickets do run out fast for finals, so best to plan and be ready when ticket sales open.
I live in Mexico, but I will attend to AO , but Ticketet do not works on the browsers that I have, I asked to a friend to try too , and he had the same results.
Are tickets going to be on sale on ticketmaster australia too? Ticketek is the official ticket seller for the Australian Open.
Ticketmaster resale might have some tickets that go online, though they will be inflated in price. Maybe you could get a VPN and set your location for Australia?
That may overcome browsing issues with Ticketek based on region. Unfortunately no. Tickets for the Australian Open typically go on sale in around October each year, so you will need to wait until they go on sale to the g general public.
If yes, I would like to do the same for the last week of the tournament. There will be screens showing the main events all around Rod Laver Arena, so you will be able to enjoy the main games on the big screen as well as other matches in the outer courts.
Day session ground passes include access to the grounds at any time on the day stated on the pass, as well as access to all matches scheduled on Hisense Arena, Show Courts 2 and 3 and the outside courts.
Is this information true? Or if I wait until October for the general public sale, can I still find good seats available ex.
Category 1 seats? Unfortunately, yes. Many of the premium seats are purchased during pre-sale or by corporate clients, sponsors and the like.
You can still get good seats during the public sale, but it is best to put the dates in your diary once released and try and purchase them as soon as they go on sale.
Rod Laver Arena is a large stadium, so seats in the Upper sections are fairly far away. That said, other courts are much smaller, so you may prefer to attend a match at Hisense Arena or Margaret Court to get a little closer for a cheaper price.
Would you know when the draw will be released or when would be the best time frame to book in order to see Federer play?
The draw wont be announced until the weeks leading up to the tournament. If you are confident in his ability to make the finals, then I would book for the last few days of the tournament when all the finals will be played around January.
In my other comment, I am quoting the official price as advertised on the Australian Open website. The tickets from third party sites will always be more expensive than the official website as the third party sites charge a commission fee.
If they are on sale already from third party sites, they have probably bulk purchased from the Australian Open and bank on people wanting to book early to charge a premium rate.
Please provide information including prices on Seniors ticket packages you have available now. We are interested in premium seats and would like a ground pass and tickets to the both mens and womens events and to the Mens final.
Can you advise? We will provide a link from this page once tickets go on sale. So maybe bookmark our page and check back with us later in the year.
The Australian Open did not offer seniors tickets, however if you have a concession card, you are entitled to a discount on selected entry tickets.
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