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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Masters Get-In Ticket Prices Top $2,700, Max Out At $90K

  • Tickets for the storied event at Augusta National Golf Club started at four-figure prices, per Stubhub.
  • The most expensive four-day passes were close to $90,000.
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This year, the Masters is more exclusive than ever.

On Wednesday, tickets for the storied event at Augusta National Golf Club started at four figures and jumped to almost $90,000, according to StubHub.

  • Get-in ticket prices for a one-day pass on Thursday, the first day of the event, started at $6,600. Friday’s session was slightly cheaper at around $2,700.
  • Get-in prices for all four days at Augusta were just a few dollars shy of $12,000. 
  • The four-day pass topped out at a whopping $89,999.

Prices for the Saturday-Sunday session will likely fluctuate depending on how the field narrows. If, say, Tiger Woods makes it to the later rounds of the event, prices will probably skyrocket. 

Right now, the Saturday-Sunday sessions are already starting at $3,450 for a two-day pass. 

An Augusta Feast

After shelling out to get on the grounds, however, fans will get some financial relief with their food-and-drink options.

A fan could order every item on the menu — including alcoholic beverages — for $66 total. The Masters’ famous pimento cheese sandwiches are only $1.50 each. 

The most expensive item on the menu: a glass of white wine for $5.

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