French Open Tennis 2020 Ticket booking sale is starting from now. You can visit the official website and see the ticket sales schedule then make a purchase. The following is the 2020 French Open ticket sales schedule based on the official Roland-Garros ticket sales site : https://tickets.rolandgarros.com/en
2020 French Open ticket sales schedule based
1. Business Packages: year-round
2. FFT Club Members: January 30 to February 13, 2020
3. Group orders: February 4 to April 30, 2020
4. General Public, Premium packages: beginning on March 6, 2020
5. Disabled persons: starting on March 13, 2019 (proof of disability to be sent before March 4)
6. General Public, all packages: starting on March 20, 2019, at 10 AM UTC + 1
7. Resale service: beginning on April 17, 2020
8. Last minute: starting on May 7, 2020
E-tickets will be available at the end of April for all customers who made prior bookings. The E-tickets will automatically be available on the account that the customer uses to buy the ticket. For Same-day the card must be determined when the customer orders.
Expected Price of the 2020 French Open tennis Tickets
Tickets on the same day must be set at the time of booking. For other cases, the card must be determined on the last day before the scheduled time. If you want to use a voucher and collect additional services (parking, gift vouchers, food), you need to print the coupon. You cannot use the Roland-Garros official application to use your card.
Expected price of the 2019 French Open tennis Tickets can check on many online ticket sales sites. Because people’s interest in tennis continues to grow throughout the world, in fact, one stadium alone is not enough to accommodate so many spectators who will attend. Very fortunate for us, Roland Garros has three stadiums that can provide a large audience during the event. The following is the estimated ticket price for the three stadiums:
French Open Tennis 2020 Stadiums
It is the largest stadium at Roland Garros. Ticket prices start at 65 Euros (around USD 78).
2.Court Suzanne-Lenglen Stadiums
Even though some of the best sights are on Court Philippe-Chatrier, you can still sit on Lenglen and watch the action of the next best player. You can get a ticket for 55 Euros (around USD 67).
3. Court No. 1.
Also called The Bull Ring, Court No.1 is the favorite stadium of fans and players. You never know who is scheduled to play here. You can get a ticket for this surprise match at 50 Euros (around USD 60).
4. Ground Pass.
This stadium contains Courts 3 – 18. If you come to Roland Garros in the first week of the first series of games, this Ground Pass entrance ticket offers the best deal for you.