3 ways to buy US Open Tickets early this year


US Open Event Tickets
The American Express Preferred Seating (July 12-18).

Amex members may use promo code "INCENTUR".
You must check out using an American Express Card.

UPDATE for 2024:
They are only allowing *one* order per session to purchase up to 16 tickets - best to check out and open a new session if you want to buy tickets for multiple days. More info from the US Open pre-sale page.


Amex Presale starting prices as a baseline

  • Labor Day Saturday $190
  • Semi-Finals $135-$180+ (for each semi)
  • Men's Finals $280+

American Express Preferred Seating Code

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Buy One, Get One Session Tickets

In 2021-2023, they are also offering four select sessions for the BOGO deal.
The first round of BOGO deals was July 12-15 for Amex card holders.

Very limited but probably a good price if you are definitely going on those dates. More sessions are likely going to be available *after* July 15th once the public sale starts.

Use promo code "INCENTUR" to view available seats:

Louis Armstrong - Night Sessions (Courtside) - ($15 each, now all gone)

  • Session 2 - Monday Evening (Aug. 30) - Louis Armstrong Stadium 
  • Session 4 - Tuesday Evening (Aug. 31) - Louis Armstrong Stadium

Arthur Ashe Stadium - 2nd Week (Promenade Level) - ($17.50 each)

  • Session 17 - Tuesday Day (Sept. 7) - Arthur Ashe Stadium 
  • Session 19 - Wednesday Day (Sept. 8) - Arthur Ashe Stadium

Get an Extra 5% back at US Open and Ticketmaster
Should you wait for more options? I explain how you could get a MUCH BETTER deal later.

Let some people buy tickets at the full retail price first is better. Then you can get them much cheaper later if they find they cannot attend. Discounted tickets are coming out all summer since this is the first fan-based US Open and the event wants to test the waters.

With the rise of the new variant strains, the NYC mask and health protocols *may* change. Therefore there are no guarantees. If fans want to be more sure about the situation, it might be wise to wait until mid or late August to buy tickets based on prices on the open resell market.

Tickets for the first week inside Ashe are discounted quite a bit and do not look to be selling out anytime soon. It is the Labor Day weekend and Finals Weekend tickets that are pricy.


We have been monitoring ticket sales for over 15 years now and have always found the best value on US Open tickets after the General Public Sale begins on July 15 @ 9AM EST.

There are usually more choices, you will have a better idea of your travel plans to NYC by then, and the tennis events daily schedule will be available by then.

Lock in your seats before the public sale in July! Useful for getting great seats on popular days.


US Open Resale Tickets - sold by Fans to Fans (TM)

So why wait if you know they will get sold out later? The Labor Day weekend or Finals Weekend are always popular, so you should consider buying these dates first.

For the weekday sessions, if you want to save some of your hard-earned money for the same tickets, read on! We want to help our fans get their US Open tickets for the dates they want at the best price possible. It pays to be patient this year, and we will explain.

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Just having an Amex card in your wallet comes with a lot of perks at the US Open as well (eg, FREE pedicab rides, US Open radios, Metro cards, etc*) - just show them your American Express Card.

Can't make it to NYC? Visit the Cincinnati Open (in mid-August)

Big action and stars in a much smaller venue in the MidWest!

It is also a Masters 1000 event and very family-friendly, which means much cheaper costs for hotels and food. The 2023 Final was amazing with Alcaraz and Djokovic, so they will be back in Mason, Ohio for 2024!

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