2020 Australian Open

How to Buy Tickets to the 2020 Australian Open

Evan Chronis

By Evan Chronis

October 23, 2019

 

The new year gets started with the 2020 Australian Open taking over Melbourne from January 20-February 2.

As the first Grand Slam of the calendar year, the Australian Open is one of the biggest events in the sport and one of the most sought-after tickets in tennis. 

Here is how you can secure your access to one of tennis' tentpole events of 2020. 

How to Buy Tickets to the 2020 Australian Open

Tickets for the Australian Open are easier than ever to secure thanks to QuintEvents. As an Official Tour Operator of the Australian Open, QuintEvents provides multiple premium package offerings that give guests the opportunity to get the best seats at the first Grand Slam of the year while experiencing premium hospitality and insider access. Explore Australian Open PackagesBelow, you'll see a breakdown of the available packages for the 2020 Australian Open from QuintEvents. 

Australian Open Package Options

Ultimate Tennis Fan Package

The Ultimate Tennis Fan package is the most cost efficient package available from QuintEvents.

This package features Upper Bowl seating for the day's matches and premium dining hospitality inside 56 by The Glasshouse, a venue inspired by the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games swimming pool. Guests will also receive access to the Atrium, an exclusive bar and entertainment hub to enjoy between matches. 

When not enjoying the hospitality options or match play, guests with this package can head over the player practice courts to get an insider's look at their favorite players before they take the court for their match. 

Inclusions

  • Upper Bowl Seats
  • Atrium Bar Access
  • 56 by The Glasshouse
    • Not included during Finals Weekend (1 Feb-2 Feb)
  • Player Practice Reserved Viewing
  • Merchandise Pack

 

Premium Experience

The Premium Experience package gets guests close to the action with Lower Bowl seating at the Rod Laver Arena, the main venue for the Australian Open. 

This package features lunch or dinner access (depending on session choice) at ATE, a private restaurant with privileged views of Melbourne Park. Once the meal concludes, guests are escorted to the court for their exclusive activities. 

Premium Experience packages include the Fan Walk On, a period where guests can walk onto the iconic court at Rod Laver Arena and snap an on-court photo. 

Lastly, guests with this package get an exclusive view of the player warmups before the session of their choice. 

Australian Open Walk On

Inclusions

  • Lower Bowl Seating in the Rod Laver Arena
  • Atrium Bar Access
  • Lunch or Dinner at ATE
  • Fan Walk On in either RLA or MCA
  • Merchandise Pack
  • Option to upgrade to On Court Seating

 

On Court Experience

The On Court Experience package gets guests closest to the action at the Australian Open, featuring On Court seats for their select day and session. 

Guests will dine before the matches at ATE where they'll get the opportunity to take photos with the official Australian Open Trophies. 

After the dining experience and photo op, guests are escorted to their seats, which feature a private lounge with refreshments and other accommodations. 

Australian Open Trophies

Inclusions

  • On Court Seating
  • Atrium Bar Access
  • Lunch or Dinner at ATE
  • Photo with the Trophies
  • Merchandise Pack

 

Day and Session Options

All 2020 Australian Open packages from QuintEvents are available as single-day options for the following days and sessions. 

DAY DATE  SESSION
Monday  20 JAN Day
    Night
Tuesday 21 JAN Day
    Night
Wednesday  22 JAN Day 
    Night
Thursday 23 JAN Day
    Night
Friday 24 JAN Day
    Night
Saturday 25 JAN Day
    Night
Sunday 26 JAN Day
    Night
Monday 27 JAN Day 
    Night
Tuesday (Quarterfinal) 28 JAN Day 
    Night
Wednesday (Quarterfinal) 29 JAN Day 
    Night
Thursday (Semifinal) 30 JAN Day
    Night
Friday 31 JAN Twilight
Saturday (Final) 1 FEB Twilight
Sunday (Final) 2 FEB Twilight