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[NSW] 50% off Sydney International 2019 Tennis (7-9 Jan) - Tickets from $15 + $8.40 Booking Fee @ Lasttix


For the Sydney tennis fans

The dates for Sydney International 2019 are 6 – 12 January 2019.

Tickets have been discounted for the following four sessions:

  • Day Session (7 & 8 January) - General Admission now $15
  • Night Session (8 & 9 January) - Reserved seating starting from $13
  • Ticketek fee of $8.40 applies for the transaction

Every adult ticket allows you the option to take 2 kids under 15 in for free. I chose the the ezy ticket option which also includes free public transport to and from Sydney Olympic Park and 1 hour free court hire at participating venues. Great value!

Here are the list of players that will be in the main draw:
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[Women] (

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  • +5

    Ticketek is such a rort.

  • +8

    $8.40 booking fee is such a rort.

    • +3

      I don't get it. Wtf does the $8.40 cover for "booking fee"?

  • +1

    Booking fee >50% of cheapest ticket price?

        • +1

          I've not been to the Sydney International, so can't comment specifically, but I've been to the Aus Open once and I go to the Brisbane International every year. I didn't, for example, see any difference in intensity between the Federer v Raonic final in 2015 to any match I've seen at the Open or elsewhere. If you get Nadal, Fed, or any other top seeded player to a tournament, you'll still see magic, no matter what your location or ticket price.

  • is there any 'promo code' to use, because all tickets are a minimum of $21 now.
    also, $8.40 (!?!?!) for all options of ticket delivery (print at home, email, etc.)

    Needs "Royal Commission" Into Ticket Vendors now

  • which day should I buy if I want to see Naomi Osaka play? is there a draw to help you predict which day?

  • +1

    Thanks OP. Grabbed a couple of tix.

  • Which courts are available for hire with this ticket? Any information? Couldn't find about that anywhere @thankyou

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