Key Biscayne, FL
With the lack of star players combined with the Easter weekend Miami Open Tickets prices have dropped significantly. So much so the secondary market is the place to buy tickets as a lot of seats are going below face value.
As of this blog post the Women’s Final between Ft. Lauderdale resident Sloane Stevens and Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) has over 5,000 seats still for sale via the tournaments Ticket Master website. A 400 level ticket can be had for $45. On StubHub the same ticket goes for $20.
The Sunday Men’s final boast similar discounts but at higher price points with only 1,800 seat inventory still available for a match featuring American John Isner and Germany’s Alex Zverev. 400 Level seats are going for $65 on MiamiOpen.com with similar prices on StubHub.
Also, if you don’t want to play the $15 shuttle fee you can secure parking passes via secondary market website such as Vivid Seats or SeatGeek for about $20 for Lot 3 right across from the main entrance to the Miami Open.
You can also find negoitable tickets and parking passes off the 1-95 exit ramp before you get on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
Shout out to the Miami Dade County staff the Parks Department, Police Department and First Responders. The tournament has gone very smoothly and the staff is always friendly and accommodating. There was one incident with a traffic accident involving a car hitting a police officer working the event. Every year these guys work long hours in the sun to make sure the parking and transportation go smoothly.
Written by: Brian Lutz
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