French Open Tickets

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  1. FaSteStSeRvE1613

    FaSteStSeRvE1613 New User

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    Hey everyone,

    I was wondering what the best way to buy French Open tickets is? I bought ground passes for June 3 to make sure I can go, but would love to buy tickets to Chatrier / Lenglen. Looks like there's some sort of ticket exchange but it's not open yet. Does anyone know if they have something similar to StubHub?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. Redflea

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    For some already existing info/advice, use the Search feature here to search on French Open and take a look at my posts about getting tickets for last year's F.O. We used the official F.O. reseller site (http://www.viagogo.fr/rolandgarros) and it worked very well for getting stadium tix. You can even put your grounds passes up for sale there as well, if you get stadium tix.

    My advice - stay on the two larger stadiums (Chatrier or Lenglen)...while Court 1 (aka "the Bull Ring") is a great fan court, the quality of the matches on it last year was disappointing, we would have preferred to have seen the better matches on the other two stadiums, even though they are larger.
     
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  3. gavna

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    The ViaGogo site was open from April 2.......it's up and running and you can buy tickets already.
     
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  4. Milan

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    only for qualifying.. i don't see anything available for the Main draw.
     
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