(April 25, 2016) How much are you willing to pay to attend an upcoming Grand Slam tournament? While Novak Djokovic impressed at Australian Open back in January, fans continue to make their traveling arrangements across the globe to take in all the action at the remaining three Majors through the end of September. For those making the trip to London in June and July, however, Wimbledon tickets on the secondary market will be the most expensive among all three tournaments.
According to international reseller Ticketbis, Wimbledon 2016 tickets start from a whopping $1,489.70 each during the preliminary rounds between June 27 and 30. If planning on watching the Men’s Final on July 10 the get-in price will nearly quadruple – the cheapest Wimbledon Men’s Final tickets are now listed from $6,832.85 each.
The French Open won’t be nearly as expensive to attend, but fans will still be lightening the wallet to be on hand. Tickets during the early rounds start from $143.62. Men’s and Women’s Final tickets vary considerably in price, with the Men’s Final listed from $572.58 and tickets to the Women’s Final starting from $241.60. Hotels in Paris won’t be hard to come by, however. Those headed to the City of Light to take in the 2016 French Open can find hotels starting from $193 per night.
As is the case each year, U.S. Open tickets will be the most affordable of the four Grand Slam tournaments. Tickets during the preliminary rounds can be found for less than $100 on Ticketbis while Men’s and Women’s Final tickets start from $248 and $157, respectively.