Where can I buy Masters tickets, if I’m not a member?
Plenty of secondhand ticket sites, like Stubhub offer tickets to the Masters. Whether your schedule suddenly changed and you’re searching for a 4-day badge or you’re thinking of adding on some tickets to the practice rounds for your Augusta trip, there are ways to get tickets after the initial sale.
Secondhand tickets to the Masters tend to get a little pricey the closer it gets to competition day, so as with most events, the earlier you shop, the better. However, if it’s in the budget, you can always grab those last-minute tickets when you need them. Currently, you can purchase a general grounds ticket for Monday’s Practice Round on Stubhub for about $750, after their fees, and Thursday Competition badges are at about $2600 after fees. Your best bet is always to compare prices out there, but it also depends on what you’re looking for out of your overall Masters experience.
So, what’s the best deal when shopping for the Masters?
Depending on what you’re searching for; whether it be one extra ticket for a friend or last-minute tickets for the competition days, while you’re searching for a place to stay in Augusta - booking with an experienced tour operator might be your best option. Tour operators can secure your hotel stay, transportation to and from the grounds (the Masters is notorious for its traffic and difficulty of being dropped off directly at the entrance), and your daily badges with on-site assistance. With an event as high-brow and traditional as the Masters, you definitely want to ensure a smooth experience with someone who has been there before.
If you can’t make it this year, you’ll definitely want to keep an eye out after this year’s competition to grab your Masters 2020 tickets and book your August stay early.
It’s not too late to get your tickets to the 2019 Masters. Shop our tickets here, give us a call at (512)900-4347, or click the blue chat bubble in the bottom corner of your screen to begin creating your ultimate Masters experience.