2022 US Open Tickets

August 29 - September 11, 2022

Single Session Ticket Options

Choose from Day Session tickets with reserved seats and first-come first-serve access to selected general admission areas, or experience the incomparable atmosphere under the lights with reserved seats for Evening Session matches.

Arthur Ashe Stadium

 

Arthur Ashe Stadium

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Day Session
What's Included?
  • Reserved seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium for all its day matches
  • First-come, first-serve access to General Admission areas of:
    • Louis Armstrong Stadium
    • Grandstand Stadium
    • Field Courts & Grounds
Evening Session
What's Included?
  • Reserved seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium for all its evening session matches
Louis Armstrong Stadium

 

Louis Armstrong Stadium

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Day Session
What's Included?
  • Reserved seats in Louis Armstrong Stadium for all its day matches
  • First-come, first-serve access to General Admission areas of:
    • Grandstand Stadium
    • Field Courts & Grounds
Evening Session
What's Included?
  • Reserved seats in Louis Armstrong Stadium for all its evening session matches
Grandstand Stadium

 

Grandstand Stadium

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Day Sessions Only
What's Included?
  • Reserved seats in Grandstand Stadium for all its day matches
  • First-come, first-serve access to General Admission areas of:
    • Louis Armstrong Stadium
    • Field Courts & Grounds

No ticketed evening sessions available for this stadium

Ground Pass

 

Grounds Pass

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Day Sessions Only
What's Included?
  • General Admission to USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Grounds
  • First-come, first-serve access to General Admission areas of:
    • Louis Armstrong Stadium
    • Grandstand Stadium
    • Field Courts & Grounds

No ticketed evening sessions available for Ground Passes

Multi Session Ticket Options

Witness everything the US Open has to offer with US Open full series subscriptions and multi-session ticket plans.

US Open Full Series Subscriptions and Mini-Plans

  • Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series
  • Louis Armstrong Stadium Full Series
  • Opening Sessions
  • Championship Week Sessions
  • Evening Sessions
  • Grandstand and More
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Experience US Open Hospitality

Choose from our range of breathtaking hospitality options, with exceptional seats, exclusive access, and the perfect surroundings to take in the action.

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Small Groups

The Overlook at the US Open

Whether you're entertaining clients, prospects or friends, let the Overlook serve as a tranquil retreat before or in between matches.

What's Included?
  • A Loge seat in Arthur Ashe Stadium or a Courtside seat in Louis Armstrong Stadium
  • Exclusive access to the US Open's largest hospitality club
  • All-inclusive dining and all-inclusive beer and wine
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Small Groups

1968 Room

Perfect for small groups, and offering an intimate dining space situated within the Overlook, the 1968 Room is the epitome of luxury.

What's Included?
  • A Courtside seat in Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Air-conditioned 1968 Room with rooftop bar and access to the Overlook at the US Open
  • All-inclusive lunch or dinner service as well as beer, fine wine, champagne and premium spirits
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Small Groups

American Express Center Court Club

An all-inclusive, expansive court-facing suite offered on an individual seat basis for full series and weekly packages.

What's Included?
  • Prime Arthur Ashe Stadium center court view to see the action
  • Air-conditioned, lushly appointed lounge includes multiple private ensuite restrooms
  • All-inclusive beer, wine & spirits + chef curated menus
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Small Groups

Courtside Premier

This is the pinnacle hospitality experience featuring prime courtside seating, elevated food & beverage, and exclusive access.

What's Included?
  • Prime Courtside seat in Arthur Ashe Stadium
  • Dedicated Concierge Service with in-seat beverage and snack service
  • Parking pass or chauffeur car service with special grounds entrance
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Groups of 20+

Luxury Suites

For groups of up to 20+ entertain clients or indulge with friends in a spacious luxury suite with prime views and unparalleled comfort.

What's Included?
  • Prime viewing from air-conditioned private lounge and outdoor balcony seating
  • Customizable chef-curated menus with full services from a dedicated suite attendant
  • Access to private ensuite restrooms
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Groups of 60+

Private Hospitality

Perfect for large groups of 60+, experience the atmosphere of a US Open premium lounge, with fully customizable menu tailored to your party.

What's Included?
  • Access to all Overlook at the US Open amenities
  • Choice of custom private dining experience or all-inclusive dining & bar service
  • Personalized, private space may accommodate 60-150 guests
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USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

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Frequently Asked Questions

We're here to support you every step of the way with ticket tips and tournament details.
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  • How do I access my tickets?

    Ticketmaster makes it easy to find and manage your 2022 US Open tickets all in one place. Learn more about how to access your 2022 US Opens tickets that you purchased on Ticketmaster here.

  • What is the Inclement Weather Policy?

    In the event of inclement weather, be sure to check USOpen.org for the most up-to-date information. To view the 2022 inclement weather policy, click here.

  • What is the COVID policy at the tournament?

    The US Open’s goal is to ensure that your 2022 experience is both enjoyable and safe. The US Open will be continuing to follow CDC, New York State and New York City COVID related guidelines and advice from medical consultants to establish and implement health and safety protocols for the 2022 US Open. The US Open will share more details on specific health and safety protocols as they become available.

    Please be aware that, based on recent guidance from local governmental authorities, at this time, ticket holders will no longer be required to show proof of COVID vaccination for admission into the US Open. The US Open will provide you with updates if there are any changes concerning vaccination status.

    Learn more about the Health and Safety Guidelines for the 2022 US Open here.

  • What are the Box Office opening hours?

    You can buy official tickets to 2022 US Open matches at Ticketmaster. You can also purchase tickets for matches at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center box office in Flushing, New York during the US Open. Please visit USOpen.org for updated information regarding the US Open Box Office Hours. Box Office hours & dates are subject to change.

  • What is the best way to travel to Flushing Meadows?

    Each venue determines their own guidelines according to local safety regulations, so check the venue site for more detailed info before going to an event.

    The 2022 US Open will take place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center — a stadium complex within Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York. Once you’re in New York City, the best way to get to Flushing Meadows is by using mass transit to make your trip to the US Open convenient and cost-effective.

    Subway: The 7 train provides service from Grand Central Terminal to Mets-Willets Point Station, including connections for all Metro-North Trains from Westchester and Connecticut. Service is also available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

    Long Island Rail Road: LIRR provides easy service to Mets-Willets Point Station from Woodside, and convenient connections from Penn Station for New Jersey Transit customers. For guests with disabilities, get off the LIRR train at 61st Street-Woodside Station and transfer to the 7 train. Take the 7 train to Mets-Willets Point Station.

    For more information on traveling to the 2022 US Open, visit USOpen.org

About the US Open

Relive the drama of the unforgettable 2021 US Open, and learn more about the new standard of hospitality with previews of the Overlook at the US Open, and 1968 Room.

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    2021 US Open

    From smashing debuts to scintillating drama, relive the unforgettable 2021 US Open.

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    A New Standard of Hospitality

    Take a look into the Overlook at the US Open and 1968 Room

US Open History

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.

Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

The USTA Billie Jean King
National Tennis Center

Every year during the US Open, fans from around the world watch as players take to the courts in the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. In 2018, the facilities completed extensive renovations that transformed the grounds entirely, including the reconstruction of the Louis Armstrong and Grandstand Stadiums, as well as expanded hospitality offerings. 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.

New York and the US Open 2022

Every year, the best of the best come to New York to compete in the US Open. As the players duke it out on the courts before thousands of spectators, the athletes and fans alike take in all that the city has to offer - from its history and architecture to culture and entertainment.

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        Experience US Open Hospitality

        Choose from our range of breathtaking hospitality options, with exceptional seats, exclusive access, and the perfect surroundings to take in the action.

        image
        Small Groups

        The Overlook at the US Open

        Whether you're entertaining clients, prospects or friends, let the Overlook serve as a tranquil retreat before or in between matches.

        View Available Packages Open in New Window
        image
        Small Groups

        1968 Room

        Perfect for small groups, and offering an intimate dining space situated within the Overlook, the 1968 Room is the epitome of luxury.

        View Available Packages Open in New Window
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        Small Groups

        American Express Center Court Club

        An all-inclusive, expansive court-facing suite offered on an individual seat basis for full series and weekly packages.

        Inquire Now Open in New Window
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        Small Groups

        Courtside Premier

        This is the pinnacle hospitality experience featuring prime courtside seating, elevated food & beverage, and exclusive access.

        Inquire Now Open in New Window
        image
        Groups of 20+

        Luxury Suites

        Whether you're entertaining clients, prospects or friends, let the Overlook serve as a tranquil retreat before or in between matches.

        Inquire Now Open in New Window
        image
        Groups of 60+

        Private Hospitality

        Perfect for large groups of 60+, experience the atmosphere of a US Open premium lounge, with fully customizable menu tailored to your party.

        Inquire Now Open in New Window