2014 Tennis Tickets Preview: US Open tickets remain most expensive

While the US Open is far and away the biggest tennis tournament in America by virtue of being the only Grand Slam to take place in the United States, there are a lot of other prominent tournaments such as the BNP Paribas Open and Sony Open. These two tournaments run back to back during the...

BNP Paribas Open and Sony Open Tickets Preview

There may be only one tennis Grand Slam that takes place in the United States, the US Open, but that does not mean that there are not any other noteworthy tournaments. Two such tournaments are slated to take place in March, the BNP Paribas Open and Sony Open. While there can be no denying that...

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...

Prices For 2013 US Open Tickets At A Four-Year High

On Monday, August 26th, the 2013 US Open is going to begin. Running from the 26th to September 9th, the US Open is the United States’ biggest tennis tournament and for many, this marks the beginning of the end of the summer. Prices for US Open tickets are averaging $336/seat, which is...

Previewing 2013 US Open Tickets

With only a little over a month to go until the US Open, we wanted to take a look at the current state of US Open tickets. Currently, we have plenty of tickets available for all 26 sessions, from the August 26 first session all the way through the Men’s Final on September 9th. Sessions 1-22...

Amidst Weather Delays, Men’s Final Prices Down 12%

After rain washed out Tuesday at the US Open, action is set to resume Wednesday. If you’re looking to get to the Men’s finals, the weather delay may save you a few dollars, as the average price has dropped from $753 to $663 in the last 36 hours.  The most expensive session remains...

U.S. Open Prices Up 38%. TiqIQ Buying Guide Uncovers the Value

While a Hurricane watch is not typical end of summer activity for New Yorkers, Irene made it front-page news across the entire tri-state area. With Irene having passed, New Yorkers, and tennis fans, can turn their attention to more leisurely, and typical, end-of-summer fare, namely The U.S....