Tickets On Sale for the 2015 Volvo Car Open
The nine-day event is the largest women’s only tennis tournament in the world, attracting nearly 90,000 attendees yearly, and more than 70 world-class athletes competing in 92 matches.
With 13 sessions to choose from, including four weekend dates and four nighttime matches, there’s an opportunity for everyone to enjoy professional tennis in Charleston at the Volvo Car Open. Tickets start at only $10 and go up to $75 for prime seating during finals weekend.
How to purchase Volvo Car Open tickets:
- Online at Ticketmaster.com
- Via Volvo Car Open Box Office – 800-677-2293
- Any local Publix supermarket
Patrons who purchase tickets during the first week of sales will be entered for a chance to win two front row box seats to semifinals. Winner will be chosen at random. Deadline to purchase September 26, 11:59pm ET.
Notable 2015 Volvo Car Open ticket offerings:
April 4 – 5, Family Weekend:The fun starts on Saturday, April 4 and continues through Easter Sunday, April 5, during Family Weekend at the Volvo Car Open. The weekend includes two fun-filled days of activities geared for kids, plus a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Admission for children 12 and under is free, and adults tickets are $10. There’s no better time to take in great tennis than during qualifying weekend, as players give it their all for a chance to enter the Volvo Car Open’s main draw.
April 6, Ladies Day Out:Join the Volvo Car Open on Monday, April 6 for the second Ladies Day Out. A single session day ticket includes action-packed tennis plus a wide range of on-site activities geared towards women.
April 6 – 9, Flex Pass:Redeem the Flex Pass and save 20 percent on your general admission tickets. This package is good for any three of seven sessions Monday, April 6 – Thursday, April 9. Tickets, dates and times all determined by the attendee, giving patrons the flexibility to choose the matches they want to watch, at the reduced ticket package rate.
The 2015 Volvo Car Open celebrates the tournament’s 15th year in Charleston, after moving to the Family Circle Stadium in 2001 from Hilton Head Island.