Week One versus Week Two US Open Ticket Prices: Night and Day

The US Open is a two-week tournament that bridges summer and fall.  In addition to a seasonal right of passage, it’s a destination event on par with any major sporting event in the U.S.  The U.S. Open draws fans from across the globe to see their countrymen compete on the biggest stage in tennis.  For tennis fans, it’s two weeks of bliss. Based on ticket prices, though, the difference between week one and week two is night and day, literally. Below are prices for US Open tickets for day and night sessions in week one and two:

Week One Average Prices – Night vs Day Session

Section Day Tickets Night Tickets Night Premium/Discount
Center Court

$665.56

$585.62

-12.01%

Courtside Corner

$548.22

$492.93

-10.09%

Courtside End

$761.38

$769.76

1.10%

Middle End

$220.11

$176.67

-19.74%

Middle Center

$276.73

$232.41

-16.02%

Middle Corner

$213.93

$170.59

-20.26%

Upper End

$108.15

$78.23

-27.67%

Upper Corner

$104.34

$73.44

-29.61%

Upper Middle

$137.61

$96.84

-29.63%

Average

$337.34

$297.39

-18.21%

 

Week Two Average Prices – Night vs Day Session

Section Day Tickets Night Tickets Night Premium/Discount
Center Court

$937.56

$1935.78

106.47%

Courtside Corner

$752.95

$1678.98

122.99%

Courtside End

$1195.54

$2380.46

99.11%

Middle End

$256.67

$492.53

91.89%

Middle Center

$338.44

$661.93

95.58%

Middle Corner

$245.54

$476.36

94.01%

Upper End

$131.17

$149.47

13.95%

Upper Corner

$130.84

$134.74

2.98%

Upper Middle

$118.2

$204.59

73.09%

Average

$456.32

$901.65

77.79%