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Thank you for visiting TicketIQ’s US Open Seating Chart Post. Our goal is to provide the most detailed US open seating chart, with details on row and seat numbers, club seats, and how to find the cheapest tickets in Flushing, NY.
Day Session reserved seat tickets give you the same benefits as Ground Admission plus a reserved seat in either Ashe, Armstrong, or Grandstand Stadium. You can leave and reenter your reserved seat as many times as you’d like. Day session ticket holders must enter the grounds before 6:00 p.m.
Night Sessions will begin at 7pm and feature two matches (entry to stadium allowed around 6pm, soon after day session has ended). These are sold on first 11 days of tournament, after which only Day session tickets are sold.
The retractable roofed main stage of the US Open holds over 23,000 fans and is divided into three main levels. Court-side sections run from 1-57, with side court sections from 14 to 23 and 48 to 57. Center section rows start at AA and go to HH, while baseline sections start at row E and run to row N. The second level has section from 101 to 134, with the 101 and 119 at center of the baseline and 110 and 128 at center of side-court. Corner sections are 122,123, 124, 132, 133, 134, 105, 106, 107, 113, 114 and 115. Sections in the 100-level have rows A-N and seats numbered 1 to 12 (for most sections). The 300-level has the most sections, running from 301-340. 331 and 311 are center section on court-side seats, while 321 and 301 are center sections for baseline.
Louis Armstrong Stadium sections start at 1 and run to 18. Rows start at row B or E and run as high as row Y. Seats numbers start at one 1 and as far as 16 in the wider middle sections. Louis Armstrong holds over 14,000 fans.
The Grandstand seats 8,125 fans and has 20 main sections, with center court at sections 17, 18 and 6,7. The baseline sections have fewer rows, which will get you closer to the action. GA-Ground tickets are good for all outer sections. Expect longer lines for entry, especially to better-ranked matches, which means that you need to arrive early to get a good seat.
Courtside Sections 10-11, 14-25 and 28-29 go from Rows A-H while Courtside sections 48-49, 52-63 and 66-67 go from Row AA, followed by Rows A-H.
Prior to 2014, the Loge Box seats only had 3 seats next to each other, which created massive problems. It's ne US Open seating chat now make it so that virtually every row has 12 seats per a row.
Seat number 1 is always located closest to the adjacent section with the higher section number. For example Seat 1 in Section 321 is next to section 322 (seat 21).
Promenade Sections 306-336 has Rows A-Z; Promenade Sections 301-305 and 337-340 has Rows A-M.
Here are the best three ways to get seats in the shade at the US Open:
Grounds GA, or General Admission tickets do not give ticket holders access to Arthur Ashe Stadium. Instead, these tickets are good for access to any Field Courts or General Admission seating at Louis Armstrong Stadium.