Australian Open 2023 tennis tickets: How to buy, price, seating options at Melbourne Park

The Australian Open is less than a month away, with masses of fans from across Australia and around the world set to descend on Melbourne Park.

The first tennis Grand Slam tournament of the new calendar year, the event will run from Monday, January 16 until Sunday, January 29.

The Sporting News takes a look at all the key ticket information for the upcoming Australian Open.

MORE: Australian summer of tennis schedule revealed for 2023

How to buy Australian Open 2023 tickets

Tickets for the 2023 edition of the Australian Open are available exclusively via Ticketek.

Fans are able to filter by price, dates, session times, arenas, and experience types.

There will be no paper tickets at next year’s Australian Open, with tickets only able to be accessed on the Ticketmaster App or on a mobile browser.

Australian Open 2023 ticket types

There are a number of different ticket types on offer for fans at Melbourne Park in January.

The main options for the Australian Open in 2023 are:

Ground pass

  • Access to all general areas of the Australian Open Melbourne Park precinct 
  • Entry into non-ticketed areas at John Cain Arena, Court 1, Court 3, Kia Arena and other outdoor courts
  • Seating can be limited depending on daily availability

Reserved Seat

  • Secures a reserved seat in either Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, John Cain Arena
  • Typically split between day and night sessions

On Court Seats

  • Exclusive to Rod Laver Arena
  • Courtside seats with access to VIP hospitality options
  • Typically split between day and night sessions

Dining Experience 

  • Exclusive to Rod Laver Arena
  • Combined reserved seat + a table at one of Melbourne Park’s restaurants
  • Dining options include Rockpool Bar & Grill, Supernormal and Penfolds Restaurant

Australian Open 2023 ticket prices

Note: All ticket prices indicate the minimum cost (AUD) for an adult on Day 1. Ticket costs can fluctuate, and prices typically increase for later-stage tournament matches. Visit Ticketmaster for updated and detailed prices.

Ground Pass $59+
Reserved Seat – RLA $109+
Reserved Seat – MCA  $65+
Reserved Seat – JCA $65+
On Court Seats $2875+
Dining Experience $464+

Australian Open 2023 final tickets

The most expensive ticket of the entire tournament, a seat at the men’s Australian Open final will set you back at least $587.

Alternatively, the women’s final the day before costs a minimum of $319.

On-court seats currently aren’t available for the women’s decider on Saturday, but they can be purchased for the men’s clash at a pricey $27,500.

For those looking for a cheaper option, Ground Pass tickets ($23) are still on offer across the last two days, with fans able to watch the action unfold on the big screens set up in Melbourne Park.

Is there an official Australian Open ticket re-seller?

No, there is not an official ticket re-selling platform for the tournament.

Per the Australian Open’s Conditions of Sale and Entry, tickets are not permitted to be re-sold.

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