The Masters is one of the most prestigious events in all of sports and is by far the biggest golf tournament America each year. Held annually early April in Augusta, GA at the Augusta National Golf Club, it features the best golfers in the world who play for the biggest cash prize of the year in the sport, as well as the prestigious green jacket that goes to the winner. This year’s Masters will be held during the week of Monday, April 6th through Sunday, April 12th.
How to Buy Masters Tickets
With a major sporting event like this comes an extremely high demand for tickets to catch the world’s best golfers in person. There are a few ways in which fans can secure tickets directly through the venue, though it’s certainly not easy. They are as follows:
Apply For Masters Tickets
The Masters allows fans to apply for both practice rounds as well as daily tournament tickets. Keep in mind that there are often an extremely high number of applicants who subscribe for the ability to purchase these tickets, so your chances of actually being able to obtain a ticket this way are very slim.
It appears that tickets for 2020 are always sold out for buyers interesting in securing them at face, but 2021 applications are open soon. Keep in mind that if you’re lucky enough to have the opportunity to purchase tickets this way at face value, that tournament badges and practice round tickets don’t get mailed out until around five weeks prior to the start of the tournament.
Scalping Masters Tickets
If you’re looking to buy you’ll want to keep in mind that the course officials are extremely strict about buyers staying no less than 2,700 feet (a shade over .5 miles) away from the course until you’ve actually secured tickets to be allowed within these boundaries. As always, we would recommend against buying from a person on site, as there is no guarantee that the tickets or passes will be valid as they would be 100% if you purchased them through a marketplace like TickPick.
Why Should I Buy 2020 Masters Tickets Through TickPick?
In short, securing your Masters tickets through TickPick over any other secondary marketplace is a way to save money because our no fee pricing structure makes a much bigger difference on the total price of tickets as get-in prices for an event like this get higher. TickPick has had an extreme increase in sales for major events like the Super Bowl and The Masters in recent years because fans out there tend to do plenty of research when they’re willing to commit thousands of dollars to witness the world’s best golfers on the game’s biggest stage.
Secondary Market For Masters Tickets
The last resort (and only reasonable option for most fans these days) for fans to turn in order to secure their Masters tickets is to purchase them from sellers who are re-listing their Masters badges for sale, which is allowable by the venue and the only form of Masters ticket that can be secured without getting incredibly lucky with the application process.
Those willing to pay the sometimes exorbitant prices for Masters tickets would want to always check out TickPick for no fee Masters tickets on the secondary market, as the prices never tack on any service fees that can amount to hundreds to thousands of dollars in savings per ticket for the fans.
How to Sell 2020 Masters Badges
Looking to sell your Masters badges? Users can use TickPick’s seller platform to list passes for sale.
Other Important Masters Information & FAQ
As of 2017, the Masters has implemented a rule that allows a maximum of three (3) entries per day, so keep in mind that if you’re looking to take a break here and there during these long days of action, you’re only allowed reentry twice after initially entering the grounds. This applies to tournament rounds, practice rounds, and drive, chip, and putt finals.
For Masters parking information, see this map here.
With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick we have no service fees, making us your source for cheap Masters tickets on the secondary market. If you have any questions regarding Masters tickets, feel free to call us at 845-538-4567 or contact us by email at [email protected]