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When Do Australian Open 2020 Tickets Go On Sale?

When Do Australian Open 2020 Tickets Go On Sale?
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2020 Australian Open tickets are on sale now from Queen of Tickets and you can reserve your seats today! We are Australia's trusted reseller and make sure you can find tickets to great events at the best prices. Australian Open tickets will sell out quickly every year and 2020 will be no different.

Considering the 2019 Australian Open blew previous attendance records out of the water (as well as being broadcast to a casual 900 million homes around the world), the 2020 tournament is expected to be jam-packed with enthusiastic fans every single day of the two-week event.

What to expect from the Australian Open 2020

Whether you're rooting for Djokovic, Halep, Medvedev or Wozniacki, next year's fast approaching Australian Open promises to have everyone on the edge of their seats. With acts like Billy Idol and an all-female AO Chef Series lined up, perhaps you're just looking to have an entertaining day out with the family. Whatever your reasons for going, you'd be wise to secure tickets soon.

AO Tournament Director Craig Tiley has claimed there will be "plenty of drama and no shortage of incredible matches for fans to see" at the 2020 Australian Open in Melbourne. "Both the men's and women's fields are extraordinary and filled with a mixture of former champions and amazing newcomers," he added.

A range of Australian Open 2020 ticket options to suit you

Queen of Tickets has a range of tickets packages to help you enjoy the event in style. Whether you're strictly interested in the big names on centre court at Rod Laver or you want to take in as many matches as you can at Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena, there are many packages available. Packages start at $125 for a day session that includes a cocktail to enjoy during the match.

Grab the best seats at one of the world's most iconic and popular Grand Slam events. Queen of Tickets guarantees all tickets purchased through our website so you can buy with confidence!

Getting to the Australian Open 2020

As always, the Australia Open 2020 will be hosted at Olympic Park – one of Melbourne's major hubs. Public transport is recommended for getting to and from the open and there are two main train stations servicing the stadium:

- Jolimont Station is accessible by the Hurstbridge and Mernda train lines

- Richmond Station is for the Frankston, Pakenham, Sandringham and Cranbourne lines.

Several trams also stop outside Olympic Park, including the 48, 70 and 75 routes.

During major sporting events, extra train and tram services are provided to cope with the increased traffic. Check the PTV website for train, tram and bus timetable information.

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