Australian Open 2020

Ticket Tips

Australian Open 2020 || Top tips for getting tickets

If you're as keen to dive into the summer of tennis as we are, then we're certain you're ready to snap up your Australian Open tickets. Here's everything you need to know to give you and your crew the best chance of locking down the tickets you want.

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Wondering how you can get tickets to the 2020 Australian Open? Get prepared with our top tips!

When is Australian Open 2020? 

The 2020 Australian Open will take place from Monday 20 January, with the Women’s Final on Saturday 1 February and the Men’s Final on Sunday 2 February in Melbourne.

When do Australian Open 2020 tickets go on sale? 

Tickets go on sale Tuesday 8 October from 9am (AEDT).

Check out the ticket prices

  • Ground Passes (access to all outdoor courts, Melbourne Arena, AO Live Stage, Ballpark kids zone) – Tickets from $49
  • Children’s Ground Passes (kids aged 3-14 years) – $5
  • Rod Laver Arena  – Tickets from $62
  • Margaret Court Arena – Tickets from $62

Make sure you have a My Ticketmaster account

Get the basics covered before tickets go on sale by logging in and checking your Ticketmaster account ahead of time. If you don’t have a Ticketmaster account then make sure you sign up in advance – In your account, add your favourite acts and events to your ‘Favourites’ and you’ll get alerts and email reminders before every onsale.

Sign in ahead of time

Remember to triple check your passwords, delivery address, and billing information are all filled in correctly in advance, that way you’re not facing any last-minute account updates when trying to process your order.

Don’t hit the refresh button

Stick to one window when you’re processing your ticket order and please don’t hit the refresh button. If you do that, you’ll likely end up losing your place in the queue, and as frustrating as it can be, patience is key when trying to buy tickets. Ticketmaster’s sophisticated systems are designed to manage and process ticket purchases as quickly as possible. The queuing system that appears on your screen is doing all the hard work for you and will place you at the front of the line as soon as possible.

Please note, if you see a ‘no tickets available’ message when attempting to purchase tickets, this means there are no tickets available within your search restrictions.

Keep an eye on the clock

There will be a time limit applied to all transactions as they’re progressed through the ticket purchasing stages. Remember to keep an eye on the timer on your screen and move through the processing pages as quickly as possible (this is even easier when you’ve completed the account set-up stage we mentioned above).

Be sure to follow the above tips to ensure you have the best chance of snapping up some tickets.

Australian Open 2020 will arrive this January. Tickets are on sale via