GFE Sport Announces Top Tickets for French Open 2015

Each year fans come out in droves looking for the best tickets online to the French Open. GFE Sport takes a look at the best sites for genuine tickets in 2015.

Online PR News – 03-February-2015 – London – In recent years, we have seen tennis fans wrestling with Roland Garros officials over denied access to main arena and outer court events at the French Open due to an increase in black market tennis tickets.

We've seen scalpers handcuffed and innocent ticket holders having their precious centre court tickets confiscated because, unwittingly, they were purchased through charlatan sites.

Every fan who pays good money to see the best players in the world compete also wants the best tickets in the house.

GFE Sport, an online authority in sports ticket sales has announced it's Top List of reliable online ticket vendors for the French Open 2015.

As usual ticket sales are being released, even as we speak and there are plenty of online ticket sites begging for your business.

Each year, GFE Sport publishes it's Top Ticket Picks for Roland Garros to assist tennis fans in choosing the best and most reliable tennis tickets to both centre court and outer court matches.

You can read the GFE Sport Top Ticket review for the French Open along with direct access to the best tickets in the contact link to the right.

Matthew Trounce, speaking on behalf of GFE Sport says,

"Except for qualifiers, there are no ticket sales at the stadium itself before or during tournament. All bookings have to be made before the event. The tickets sell out really fast, so you better be prepared."

This years top sites for reliable and genuine tickets to the Roland Garros French Open are Sports Event 365 and Viagogo.

When asked why these two sites were chosen, Matthew replied,

"Sports Event 365 is a European based ticket website and not a secondary ticket seller. This gives them a huge advantage price-wise. They are local and tickets are easily dispatched to the tennis fans hotel or address in Europe or the United Kingdom.

For those travelling from further away, Viagogo will often provide an e-ticket option and all purchases come with a Viagogo guarantee. E-Tickets are a good option for many who have not yet finalised their travel plans and can be transferred directly into your name and sent as a PDF via email."

Sports Event 365 already has it's tickets up and we anticipate Viagogo tickets will go live this week. Both these online ticket sites provide good pricing a reliable means of contact and suitable guarantees on all French Open Tickets.

Roland Garros tends to separate booking dates for various seating as well as seating for those travelling from overseas. Initially, bookings came online after January 29, 2015, but this was only for premium tickets with hospitality. For those seeking reserved seats, tickets will be available after March 11. To get the tickets you want you will need to be quick as most tickets are sold within the first few hours of release.

While many of the scams have been put down in recent years, GFE Sport still cautions tennis fans to read the fine print of any ticket site. More importantly, make sure they state simply and upfront that they are a legitimate ticket vendor or secondary market re-seller.

French laws as of march, 2012 are specifically designed to protect spectators against the resale of tickets by any company or person who has not been licensed by the Roland Garros tournament organisers.

The French Open is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate what it means to these champions who conquer the red clay of Roland Garros and why so many have failed to hold up the coupe de mousquetaire.