US Open Tickets Always In High Demand as CheapSeatsTickets Announces Blockbuster Savings

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Tickets to see the USTA elite in Flushing are always in high demand but announced additional savings on all last minute orders.

US Open Tennis tickets are always in high demand and 2012 is no exception. The tournament, which started on Monday, August 27 in Flushing, is as popular as ever and tickets are selling fast for tennis on the hardcourt. But fans shouldn't give up hope say industry experts. Tickets are available from the early round sessions to the Championship Finals at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

"Clearly the big ticket event is the Men's and Women's finals at the end of the US Open," echoes Matthew Brenner, owner of "And yes, we have tickets for the finals, but we also have a wide selection of tickets for the early sessions throughout the tournament at exceptionally reasonable prices."

In fact, early round tickets can be picked up for as little as twenty dollars per ticket. And for a limited time, is offering additional savings on all shipping with their promotional code Ashe12. "People think just because it's the day before the event that they can't go," said Brenner "when the reality is we can often get tickets to people, often on the same day as the event."

Brenner recommends people check out the selection at the website but notes that calling can often help those who don't know the ropes at the Open. "A lot of people just want to do it themselves which is why we have a very user-friendly website with plenty of options. But with multiple options on any given day, some folks like the assistance of a ticketing expert in their court."

Take the Friday session on August 31 - individuals can purchase tickets for Session 9 or Session 10. There are also general grounds admissions. People who don't know the difference should definitely give a call.

But ultimately, it's all about being there. Many people want the rare opportunity to see a headliner like Fedderer or Djokovic in the big arena. Others simply want to walk the grounds and see some of the upcoming young talent. No matter what your interest, CheapSeatsTickets has your ticket.

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