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    Ticketing

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    Ticket sales periods

    Ticket sales for the 2014 French Open at Roland Garros will be open as follows:

    - 18th December 2013 to 8th January 2014: open to French Tennis Federation Club Presidents

    - 15th January to 5th February 2014: open to French Tennis Federation members

    - from 15th January 2014: VIP packages go on sale to everyone

    - from 12th March 2014: individual tickets and multi-day passes go on sale to everyone

    Please visit the tournament’s official ticketing website to see availability in real time: www.fft-tickets.com

     

    Last-minute tickets

    As the tournament approaches, most tickets have already been sold via the official website. If you still wish to buy tickets, there are various options available to you:

    ·       Tickets for the Qualifying Phase and We’re All Going to the Final

    The very last tickets granting access to the stadium are still available on the ticketing website for the first few days (Qualifying Phase) and the last days of the tournament, but only for the outside courts.

    ·       Official ticket exchange

    From April onwards, you can try and get your hands on tickets via the official Roland Garros Viagogo ticket exchange. People who have bought tickets but are unable to use them can put them on sale at face value, up until the day itself. To guarantee that the tickets you are purchasing are being sold at the official price, please visit www.viagogo.fr/rolandgarros

    ·       Evening Visitors

    During the first week of the tournament, this special offer enables spectators to access the show courts from 5pm onwards. Book your ticket the evening before via the ticketing website and choose your court on the day itself, subject to availability. For more details, please click here.

     

    Purchase methods

    All orders must be made online. No tickets will be sold at the stadium, either before or during the tournament. There is just one exception: during the Qualifying Phase, any tickets that are still available for that day will be sold at the ticket windows on Gates L and S.

    Tickets are sold on a “first come-first served” basis, according to availability. There are no draws for places: seats are allocated in real time and, once your payment has been accepted, you are guaranteed the places you selected when placing your order.

    In order to enable as many people as possible to purchase tickets, there is a limit to the number of tickets each person can purchase: only one order per person is permitted for the duration of the tournament, and no more than 4 tickets in total for the show courts can be purchased.


    Offers and prices

    There are four types of offer available:

    ·       Individual tickets: one ticket for the court of your choice, with no additional services

    ·       Multi-day Pass: a combination of tickets for several consecutive days. There are four Passes available: Weekend Pass (31st May and 1st June), Semi-Finals Pass (5th and 6th June), Finals Pass (7th and 8th June), Week Pass (from 25th May to 1st June or from 2nd to 8th June)

    ·       Special 2-in-1 Offer: one ticket for Roland Garros and two tickets for the BNP Paribas Masters (Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th October)

    ·       VIP Packages: Enjoy the best seats and a selection of VIP services (dedicated entrance, catering, hotel services, etc.) to make your day at Roland Garros a day to remember.

     

    Click here to see details of all of our offers.

     

    E-tickets

    All tickets purchased online are automatically edited in electronic format (e-tickets). These tickets are strictly personal and spectators will be asked to show ID when entering the stadium.

    The purchaser can, at any moment between April and the date shown on the ticket, attribute the full name of the final ticket-holder to the ticket(s) they have purchased. They can then print out the ticket or email it to the ticket-holder.

    On the day itself, each spectator must come to the stadium with their e-ticket and a valid piece of ID. Spectators who are unable to show ID will be refused access to the stadium.

    For more details, please visit the ticketing website by clicking here: (http://rolandgarros.fft-tickets.com/uk/ticket-info/e-tickets)