Laver Cup Chicago 9/21 - 9/23

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  1. RyanRF

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    Anyone else planning to go to the Laver Cup this year?

    I've already booked the flights and hotel. The event tickets aren't on sale yet.

    When will the tickets be available and what should i expect to pay for them? More or less than Indian Wells finals?
     
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  2. PeterFig

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    I'll be there .... but haven't booked anything yet. Good reminder to do so though!
    Not sure of pricing. Hard to judge based on last year as it was in a different country / first one ever. Will keep you posted if I hear anything before they are released.
     
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  3. Nostradamus

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    which Hotel are you going to stay in ?? is there a 5 star hotel at very reasonable prices ?? like under $100. I am sure food won't be a problem,, lots of restaurants in that area. Yes, like to get the tickets early so that I can get seats very close to the courtside
     
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  4. sureshs

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    LOL.

    The room service "American Breakfast" is under $100.
     
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  5. Yawn-X

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    What are ticket prices usually? I've never gone to anything like this before?
     
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  6. PeterFig

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    Last year in Prague tickets started at about $180 for 3 days in the very top seats, around $500 for 3 days for decent middle of the stadium seats, and close to $2000 for 3 days for really good seats.
    $500 for 3 full days of a great event like the Laver Cup for decent seats does sound quite reasonable.

    It's hard to know what prices will be like based on the fact the country and venue is changing. Chicago is a big sports town and tickets for hockey, football, etc are hard to get and can get expensive so I have a feeling this years ticket prices might be higher than last year. We should know soon though as ticket info was released around this time for last year's edition.
     
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  7. RyanRF

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    Update:

    Got tickets for 3 days, first row of upper level. About $500-600.
     
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  8. ezekiel114

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    update:
    just printed out my tickets. got them during pre sale, ended up getting tickets for all 3 days in section 200!
     
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  9. cluckcluck

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    I'll be there from 9/19-9/21 with accommodation in "the loop."
     
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  10. Bluefan75

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    a 5-star hotel in Chicago under $100. I'm sure there are plenty.
     
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