At Australian Open 2019, fans will have more seating choices than ever before, with the bonus of an even more competitive starting price.
Tennis Australia Chief Revenue Officer Richard Heaselgrave said the tournament has worked hard to improve ticketing choices, and make the Grand Slam tournament more accessible for tennis fans from Melbourne, Australia and around the world.
"AO 2019 will offer fans an even more affordable entry price point into Rod Laver Arena and will increase the options for all tennis fans," Heaselgrave said.
"It's a great thing that the tournament can offer even better value tickets to every match on the incredible Rod Laver Arena, while at the same time empowering fans by giving them more choice."
The entry-level ticket for Rod Laver Arena at Australian Open 2019 will be just $62.
In more good news for fans, organisers revealed the ground pass price, currently $49, has been frozen for Australian Open 2019.
"The AO has long been renowned for offering the best-value sporting ticket in the country with our famous ground pass, it’s become a tradition for so many to ‘catch up at the tennis’ in January, and we are pleased to announce there will not be a price rise in 2019," Heaselgrave said.
“With access to incredible world-class tennis on all the outside courts and Melbourne Arena, along with so many entertainment and food offerings, Australian Open ground pass is the best value ticket in town.”
Australian Open 2019 also promises to be the most family-friendly ever, with the return of the $5 kids’ ground pass and thanks to ANZ, the first 7,000 kids aged 3-14 can attend the tennis for free as part of the always popular ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Day on Thursday 17 January.
Please note: Ticket prices quoted are early bird prices. Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and Melbourne Arena early bird prices ended on November 30, 2018. All ground passes will increase by $5 from January 14, 2019.