The organisers have lowered ticket prices so that tennis fans can continue to enjoy the world class tournament.
Tickets for the 2013 Mutua Madrid Open go on sale. From October the 8th, all those who are interested can purchase tickets for the 12th edition of the tournament, which will be taking place in the Caja Magica from the 3rd until the 12th of May, 2013.
To make the purchase of tickets as easy as possible, the organisers have made two different payment methods available to fans:
- online: 24 hours a day up until a day before the given session or until tickets are sold out on www.madrid-open.com, paying with credit or debit card.
- telephone: by calling 902 18 36 47. With the exception of holidays, lines will be open from 9:00 to 14:00, Monday to Friday. The method of payment for telephone is also credit or debit card.
It should be pointed out that each ticket grants access to all the matches being played during a given session and in the given stadiums. With that in mind, if you would like to attend all of the matches in a specific stadium during one of the double session days, you would need to purchase a ticket for each of those sessions. Also, as it is a combined tournament (ATP and WTA), where male and female matches are played simultaneously, it is not possible to choose between one or the other when purchasing your tickets.
Aware of the difficult situation the country finds itself in economically, this year the event organisers have decided to lower ticket prices (for the sessions between the 3rd and the 10th, with both dates inclusive) so that tennis is made affordable to everybody. In other words, being able to attend this world class tournament (don’t forget that the best players from both the ATP and the WTA are obliged to participate) should not put tennis fans way out of pocket.
This price restructuring will allow people to purchase a ground ticket for as little as €3. People can also avail of tickets for Stadium 2, the Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Stadium, for just €15 (ground tickets and Stadium 2 tickets will only be on sale from the box office at the venue during the tournament). Tickets for the Central Court, the Manolo Santana Stadium, will be between €11 and €25 cheaper than for last year’s edition (click here to find a full list of prices).
Finally, from the 1st until the 7th of October, members of Mi Club had access to “exclusive sales”, meaning that they can avail of tickets in advance of general sales, ensuring that they can purchase the best seats in the house. As a reward for their loyalty, members of Mi Club can also avail of other advantages not afforded to other tennis fans, such as exclusive promotions offered by the organisers.