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Still Trying to Land Tickets to the U.S. Open? It’s Going to Be Pricey

Jun 3, 2013, 4:19 PM EDT

source:  Golf isn’t cheap, and tickets to this year’s U.S. Open at Merion are going to prove doubly — in some cases even triply — expensive on the secondary market.

Tickets to the tournament rounds have been sold out for a long time and were bought up in short order given the restrictions the USGA has placed on the number of fans allowed on the course.

Last year’s Open at Olympic Club in San Francisco drew in the ballpark of 230,000 fans, but no more than 25,500 spectators will be allowed on the grounds at Merion per day. There just isn’t any room to put them.

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So with a limited supply available — or zero supply, the thing is sold out — how much is this going to run you? Or how much could you potentially sell your tickets for?

Philly.com offers this breakdown of the average ticket prices for each day of the tournament over the last three years on the secondary market:

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