JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Gamers Championship is rapidly approaching and there are two massive issues to concentrate on getting into the 2020 match — tickets and parking.
First issues first.
Match rounds at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Seaside are March 12-15.
The largest change this 12 months is the shift to all digital tickets. Up to now, followers may stroll into a spot like Publix and buy tickets. With the transfer to all-digital tickets this 12 months, buying a paper ticket like previously is not an choice.
Tickets now are mobile-only and have to be bought by means of The Gamers web site or by means of the PGA Tour app. Tickets fluctuate in value, however a Tuesday observe spherical stadium cross begins at $45 and Wednesday cross is $25. Match rounds start at $65. Tickets can be purchased here.
The subsequent massive have to know is parking.
There can be no on-site sale of parking passes. All parking must be purchased online and have to be bought upfront. Parking passes are nonetheless obtainable. Tuesday and Wednesday parking within the common lot is $15. Thursday-Sunday parking passes are $40.
The favored 4 for Free initiative is again. Meaning autos with 4 or extra followers in them can request a parking voucher and park free of charge within the common lot off of County Highway 210. Friday, Saturday and Sunday 4 for Free vouchers are not obtainable.
The Gamers has additionally partnered up with Uber once more and ridesharing was one of many extra widespread choices for followers to get to and from the match final 12 months.
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