2020 US Open Tickets

Multi-Session Options

US Open Full Series Subscriptions and Mini-Plans

Witness everything the US Open has to offer with a multi-session ticket plan. Place a deposit on a plan today to save your seat for the 2020 US Open. Plans include:

  • Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series
  • Louis Armstrong Stadium Full Series
  • Opening Sessions
  • Championship Week Sessions
  • Evening Sessions
  • Grandstand and More
See Plans

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Single Session Options

Arthur Ashe Stadium

Aug 31 - Sep 13

Arthur Ashe Stadium

Not Currently Available
Day Session

Reserved seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium

ALSO INCLUDES FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE ACCESS TO GENERAL ADMISSION AREAS OF:

  • Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Grandstand Stadium
  • Field Courts & Grounds
Evening Session

Experience the incomparable atmosphere of night sessions under the lights.

Reserved seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium

Louis Armstrong Stadium

Aug 31 - Sep 8

Louis Armstrong Stadium

Not Currently Available
Day Session

Reserved seats in Louis Armstrong courtside seats

ALSO INCLUDES FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE ACCESS TO GENERAL ADMISSION AREAS OF:

  • Grandstand Stadium
  • Field Courts & Grounds
Evening Session

Experience the night session atmosphere under the lights in seats closest to the action.

Reserved seats in Louis Armstrong courtside seats

Grandstand Stadium

Aug 31 - Sep 7

Grandstand Stadium

Not Currently Available
Day Session

Reserved seats in Grandstand Stadium

ALSO INCLUDES FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE ACCESS TO GENERAL ADMISSION AREAS OF:

  • Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Field Courts & Grounds
Evening Session

No evening sessions available for this stadium

Ground Pass

Aug 31 - Sep 7

Grounds Pass

Not Currently Available
Day Session

General Admission to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center grounds

ALSO INCLUDES FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE ACCESS TO GENERAL ADMISSION AREAS OF:

  • Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Grandstand Stadium
  • Field Courts
Evening Session

No evening sessions available for this stadium

New York and 2020 US Open

Take in the sights and sounds of New York, home of the 2020 US Open.

New York City is a quick-change artist, famous for transforming overnight - so what's packed and popular this month may be passé by the time you arrive. It's impossible to see everything, regardless of its staying power, so instead try to soak in the sheer amount of culture, restaurants, exhibitions, and people here, and you'll be acting like a jaded New Yorker in no time.

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US Open History

Founded in 1881, the US Open is one of the longest-running tennis tournaments in the world and the second oldest Grand Slam® tournament after Wimbledon. Richard Sears won the inaugural tournament (which was then called the U.S. National Championships) held at the Newport Casino in Newport, RI. In 1887 Ellen Hansel took home top honors in the first women's singles competition. The tournament found a new home when the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center opened in 1978, which has become a mecca for modern tennis fans.

The USTA Billie Jean King
National Tennis Center

Every year during the US Open, more than 600,000 fans pour into The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Arthur Ashe Stadium - the largest tennis-specific facility in the world with the capacity to seat over 23,000 - has recently added a retractable roof to let fans enjoy a gorgeous summer day or the thrill of a nighttime match under the lights of the court and city. The hardcourt is the stage and soul of this major event, creating an up-tempo style of play full of unpredictable spin shots that show off the dazzling physical and mental dexterity of the sport's greatest competitors.

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