Daily tickets and Daily Double packages for the 2018 BNP Paribas Open, to be held March 5-18 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, go on sale to the general public today, giving fans access to the best seats on the best dates earlier than ever before.
Daily Loge and Prime Loge tickets for Stadium 1 range in price from $45 for a Loge seat to $70 for a Prime Loge seat for the Wednesday, March 7 day session to $70 for a Loge seat and $110 for Prime Loge seats for the Championship Weekend (March 16-18).
The popular Daily Double package guarantees fans the same great seat in Stadium 1 for both day and evening sessions throughout the tournament.
The Grounds Pass, which provides tennis fans tremendous value, allowing them access to all non-reserved seating in Stadiums 2-9, is to be priced at $20-50 from March 7-15. The Pass offers an affordable opportunity for fans to watch all the matches in Stadiums 2-9 and engage in fan-friendly activities throughout the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. As always, local Coachella Valley residents, students, seniors, military and USTA members receive 30 percent off on regular price Prime Loge seats in Stadium 1 from March 7-15.
BNP Paribas Open daily tickets for reserved seats in Stadium 2 in the lower bowl, including 100 sections and select 200 sections, begin at $150. Access to some 200 sections in the lower bowl and to all sections in the upper bowl of Stadium 2 is available to any patron holding a reserved ticket or Grounds Pass to the tournament. Daily tickets for reserved seats in Stadium 3 are also available and begin at $90.
Promotion of the 2018 BNP Paribas Open will revolve around “Full Bloom,” an integrated marketing campaign highlighting the world-class tennis players that participate in the renowned global event woven into the natural beauty and backdrop of the desert landscape.
Prior to the 2017 tournament, the Indian Wells Tennis Garden underwent extensive renovations designed to enhance the overall fan experience, including substantial upgrades to Stadium 1. Ranging from a massive expansion of the Stadium Plaza to renovating all the suites and hospitality spaces to adding 21 new restaurants and concessions, the full-scale changes will continue to delight fans attending the BNP Paribas Open for years to come.