French Open tickets may be difficult to get these days, but we have a few options for you, and this may help you get the tickets that you want. The official ticketing for the French Open can be found on the Roland Garros website.
There are different packages for the tickets that you want to buy. There are main court tickets, which are from Sunday, May 24th to Sunday, June 7th. There are reserved seats on the main courts. Tickets begin at $45.00 and go up to $270.00 per ticket.
There are other courts as well. You can purchase all of your tickets on the website for the French Open or you can check other ticket brokers as well.
Online Ticket Express is selling French Open tickets as well. The ticket prices vary a little from the French Open site. There are some fees and taxes involved when you use certain ticket brokers for any tickets these days, but you may end up with some great seats. These may be better than the available options on the French Open web site. Besides this, you can watch the French Open live stream online from this website.
Online Ticket Express has quite a few of these tickets left. They are selling quickly though. The location of the court plays a role in the price of the tickets and how many are still left.
Another ticket broker is eSeats. eSeats has assisted many fans in getting the best seats for the French Open for many years. A reserved ticket for the center court, which is called Phillippe Chatrier will give you access to the outside courts as well. If you want a grounds pass, you will only have access to the outside annex courts. Your tickets will be personalized with your name and delivered via email.
After placing an order, you will get an email to request the names and birthdays of the other people using the tickets. Attendees much provide some form of ID with their name on it and it must match the ticket.
Tickets for the French Open are all sold by category. 1-2 weeks before the match, the names for the ticketholders will be changed from what you have changed them to.
Ground or annex tickets are seating that is first come first serve. In the first week of the tournament, there are many different matches available to watch. The ticket process is much lower as well. That is why the grounds are popular tickets.
It is fairly easy to get the French Open tickets if you act now. You do not want them to sell out before you get one.