LTA release early ticket offers for 2020 tennis season, including Nature Valley Classic
The LTA have today announced that early-bird tickets for the summer grass-court season 2020 have gone on sale, with promotional prices for some of the biggest events on the UK tennis calendar available nationwide for a limited time only, from 1st October until 15th December 2019.
Fans looking to get ahead of the game have access to incredible ticket offers across the full array of grass-court events taking place up and down the country from early June 2020.
From coastal match points at the Nature Valley International, Eastbourne, to the rolling Edgbaston grounds of the Nature Valley Classic, Birmingham – there’s a packed calendar of world-class tennis events in store at locations nationwide, which will see venues opening their doors to some of the biggest names in the sport, in the all-important build up to The Championships, Wimbledon.
Full booking details and ticket prices are available on the LTA website.
Adult main draw day-tickets are priced from*:
£10.50 – Surbiton Trophy, London – 1-7 June 2020
£12 – Nature Valley Open, Nottingham – 6-14 June 2020
£9.50 – Manchester Trophy, Manchester – 8-14 June 2020
£7 – Nature Valley Classic, Birmingham – 13-21 June 2020
£11.50 – Ilkley Trophy, Yorkshire – 15-21 June 2020
£5 – Nature Valley International, Eastbourne – 19-27 June 2020
*Face-value main draw adult day ticket price, not including booking fee
Tickets for the Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen’s Club will be on sale next year.
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