Tickets On Sale for the Volvo Car Open
Tickets for the Volvo Car Open are on sale today, 200 days before the 44th tournament begins on Daniel Island, April 2 – 10, 2016. The nine-day event is the largest women’s-only tennis tournament in the world, attracting an average of 90,000 attendees and 70+ of the top tennis stars competing in a total of 92 matches.
With 13 sessions to choose from, including four weekend dates and four nighttime matches, there’s an opportunity for everyone to enjoy professional tennis in Charleston at the Volvo Car Open. Tickets start at only $10 and go up to $80 for prime seating during finals weekend. Ticket packages are available for those wanting to experience more tennis at a greater value. All juniors, 15 and under, are free in the general admission seating during the entire tournament.
Coming off impressive US Open runs, Madison Keys, World No. 18, and Venus Williams, World No. 24, have both joined the player field for the 2016 Volvo Car Open. Keys was a finalist at the 2015 WTA Charleston event, and Williams was a champion in 2004. The two are currently the second and third top-ranked Americans in the world.
Patrons who purchase tickets to the Volvo Car Open within the first two weeks of sales will be entered for a chance to win an exclusive, VIP player package, featuring:
- Two invitations to the private Volvo Car Open Player Party
- Two seats in a player’s box during a selected match
- Autographed items by Venus Williams and Madison Keys
Deadline to purchase for entry is September 29th at 11:59pm ET.
To purchase individual session tickets or ticket packages, visit Ticketmaster.com, the Volvo Car Open website or call the box office, 800-677-2293.
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