Tickets to the 2014 Winston-Salem Open at Wake Forest University go on sale to the public June 9. The Winston-Salem Open will be held August 16-23, 2014 at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex adjacent to BB&T Field. Ticket pricing and package details are now available at winstonsalemopen.com.
Everyone who purchases tickets to the Winston-Salem Open on June 9 will receive a free “collectible credential,” which includes early admission to the stadium during the tournament, exclusive autograph sessions, behind-the-scenes special tours and eligibility for seat upgrades.*
Additionally, all tickets purchased before July 1 will be discounted by 10 percent.
The Winston-Salem Open is offering several enhancements to this year’s tournament, including new seating that features more leg room for box seats. The tournament eliminated all “bench seating” last year. Also like last year, there will be no additional fees to the ticket price, parking will be free again this year and all box seats are padded for comfort.
“Our fans have been incredibly loyal and supportive during the first three years of the tournament. To thank them, we are offering ten percent off all ticket purchases until July 1,” Winston-Salem Open tournament director Bill Oakes said. “I urge fans to get their tickets as soon as possible in order to secure the best seats. All courtside box seats are already sold out through pre-orders.”
“Two-time Winston-Salem Open champion and Triad native John Isner as well as fan favorite Tommy Robredo have committed to play the Winston-Salem Open,” he added. “I anticipate that we will have another blockbuster group of competitors at this year’s tournament that fans will generate a strong demand for tickets. Stay tuned for more player announcements soon.”
Tickets will be available beginning June 9 online at winstonsalemopen.com, by calling (336) 758-6409 or in person at the Wake Forest ticket office located at Bridger Field House at BB&T Field.
*One complimentary Collectible Credental per order will be given for ticket orders placed on June 9. Additional Collectible Credentials may be purchased for $10 each.