2024 US Open Grounds Pass
We offer grounds only passes to the US Open Tennis Tournament. You can buy a grounds pass here for the dates that are listed on this page.
Where can I go with a US Open Grounds pass? Grounds Passes provide admission to the grounds at the US Open Tennis Tournament during the early part of the US Open tennis tournament. They are only available to purchase for the first week of the tournament. Grounds only tickets allow a fan to the grounds of the USTA Tennis Center, but they do not provide access to all matches being played at the Open during that session. Fans with a grounds pass can watch matches on the outer courts, or watch the players on the practice courts, or access to the general admission area in Louis Armstrong Stadium. Grounds Admission passes do not provide access to the main stadium court, Arthur Ashe Stadium, or provide a reserved seat anywhere on the grounds of the USTA.
Buying a Grounds Pass to the US Open is an inexpensive way to see the tennis tournament, so they are great for fans on a budget who want to take in some of the great tennis action at the Open. Grounds passes are good for the day, so fans with a pass can enter in the morning and enjoy the tennis, food and atmosphere throughout the day. A fan with a US Open Grounds Pass can stay for the evening session as long as you are already on the property of the USTA when the evening session begins.
How do I get access to Arthur Ashe Stadium? Fans who want to access the matches at Arthur Ashe will need to purchase a regular US Open ticket for one of the sessions. A grounds pass does not provide entry to Ashe Stadium. Visit our main US Open Tennis Tickets page to secure tickets. The regular US Open tickets at Ashe Stadium provide a reserved seat in the Promenade, Loge or Courtside Boxes. Patrons attending the Open who need parking can find a full selection of parking passes that are available for each session.