How to get US Masters tickets: Prices compared and full tournament schedule

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Jon Rahm puts on the Masters green jacket.Christian Petersen/Getty Images

It's almost time for one of the biggest sporting events of the spring: the Masters tournament. Set at the historic Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA, the tournament will tee off on April 8 with a few practice rounds before heading into official competition days that run through April 14. With only a month until some of the world's greatest golfers descend on Georgia, it's a great time to find out how to get Masters tournament tickets.

This year marks the 90th anniversary of the first Masters tournament and the competition is shaping up to be a tough one. Jon Rahm of Spain, who won last year's tournament, has qualified to return and defend his title. The 2023 earnings potential hit new highs, so there will likely be a similarly enticing purse this year.

While original standard tickets sold out long ago, there are several resale tickets available throughout the whole tournament, from practices to competition days. If you're looking to attend, we've got you covered. Here's everything to know about the 2024 Masters tournament, including the schedule, purchasing details, resale ticket prices, and how to watch the free live stream.

Masters 2024 schedule

The Masters will run from April 8 through April 14. Practices take place April 8-10 and competitions happen April 11-14. All tournament start times are listed in local time.


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8 a.m.

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8 a.m.

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8 a.m.

April 11


8 a.m.

April 11-12


2-day pass

April 11-14


4-day pass

April 12


8 a.m.

April 12-13


2-day pass

April 13


8 a.m.

April 13-14


2-day pass

April 14


8 a.m.

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How to buy tickets for the Masters 2024

There are no original standard tickets left for the Masters Tournament 2024, but resale tickets are available on StubHub, Vivid Seats, and Ticketmaster. As usual, when it comes to the Masters, the resale tickets have a hefty markup, but they're the only options left for attending the competition in person.

How much are the Masters 2024 tickets?

Prices for original standard tickets, which are no longer available, vary depending on the date. Original standard tickets are sold through a lottery the year before. Business Insider reported last year that lottery tickets in the past few years have gone for about $100 to $140, depending on whether they're for practice or competition days. An exclusive group of people also have lifelong patron badges, but hopefuls can't even get on the waiting list for one right now.

Resale tickets are definitely more expensive in this case, but they're the only remaining option for those who want to see the tournament in person. On StubHub, the lowest US Masters ticket prices start at $1,325 for the first practice day of the tournament. Vivid Seats offers similar resale ticket prices, starting at $1,353 for the same date.

Multi-day packages are also available on these resale websites. These include 2-day packages and 4-day packages for both practice and competition days. 2-day packages start at $3,532, and 4-day packages start at $5,119.

The past month has seen some fluctuation in resale ticket listing prices. While some listing prices have gone up, quite a few have decreased in price. The cheapest 4-day listing on StubHub is now over $1,000 less than the cheapest one a month ago, and the cheapest listing for the April 12 date is now around $500 less than the cheapest one last month. You can expect listings to continue to change this week leading up to the tournament.

How to get Masters lottery tickets in 2025

If you'd rather just try your luck at getting original standard tickets next year, you can always do that. New applicants can now create an account for next year's lottery on the official Masters website. Applications will open June 1 through June 20, and payments will open in mid July.

Who will play at the 2024 Masters tournament?

Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler, Viktor Hovland, and Tiger Woods are slated to play at this year's Masters tournament. The line-up is mostly made up of professionals, but amateurs including Santiago De La Fuente, Stewart Hagestad, Christo Lamprecht, Neal Shipley, and Jasper Stubbs are scheduled to participate this year.

Thorbjørn Olesen (of Denmark), Ryo Hisatsune (of Japan), and Joaquin Niemann (of Chile) accepted special invitations to participate this year, as part of the tournament's effort to expand worldwide interest in golf by inviting high-ranking international players who didn't otherwise qualify.

How to watch the Masters free live stream from anywhere

If you're not ready to cough up over $1,000 for tickets, you can also tune in from home. The Masters tournament live streams for free on the Masters website in the US. If you'll be out of the US for the tournament, you might want to check out a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs alter your device's location so that you can access region-locked websites and apps. They're also great ways to boost your online privacy and security.

We recommend ExpressVPN, an easy-to-use option with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Want to learn more? Check out our ExpressVPN review and read on to learn how you can stream the Masters with a VPN in April.

How to watch the Masters with a VPN

  • Sign up for a VPN if you don't have one.

  • Install it on the device you're using to watch the Masters.

  • Turn it on and set it to the US.

  • Go to the Masters website when the tournament starts.

  • Enjoy the Masters.

Note: Certain services and regions prohibit the resale of tickets. Business Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal reselling of tickets, and entry into an event is at the venue's discretion. The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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