2011 US Open Grounds Pass Help

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  1. Hominator

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    I'm looking to take my wife to a day session on Saturday, September 3rd. Is it too late to purchase grounds passes? I've looked on ticketmaster, but can't seem to find them. Am I too late? Thanks for any advice and suggestions!
     
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  2. DCaicedo

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    They shouldn't be sold out- have you tried StubHub?
     
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  3. gavna

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    For the first Saturday this late yes you are probably out of luck for just grounds passes. Some tickets may show up from the ticket exchange - but im sure if you upgrade to the Armstrong day pass you can still get some. Price not that much more.
     
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  4. gavna

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    For that day he wants yes it was sold out as of yesterday - Stubhub (and its like)is a scalper/resale site and you can find plenty of tickets but at about double the Ticketmaster price.
     
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  5. Hominator

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    Thanks for all the replies. Looks like it's not in the cards this year. Better luck - and timing - next year.

    Thanks again for the help!
     
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  6. dennis10is

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    You may want to consider getting the reserve Armstrong tickets. They are a bit more but on Saturday, many of the best matches will be on Armstrong and it reserve Armstrong you at least know you have a seat there, in addition of being able to sit anywhere else minus Ashe.
     
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  7. BMC9670

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    I got Ashe day session tickets for Sept 1 on Stubhub for the same price as grounds passes through Ticketmaster. They are nosebleeds and I don't plan on watching an entire match from there, but often you can fill empty seats lower down.
     
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