PHOENIX—The Waste Management Phoenix Open, or the "greatest show on grass" starts Monday, Jan. 28 and there are a couple of ways to score free admission.
Monday and Tuesday
The Phoenix Open will host Ford Free Days on Monday and Tuesday when open-goers can get free general admission access all day.
Monday’s schedule includes practice rounds by PGA TOUR players and the Kadima. Ventures Pro-Am tournament, while Tuesday will include practice rounds, the Special Olympics Open and the PGA TOUR Wives Classic.
Military and first-responder personnel
Emergency services personnel and active, reserve and retired U.S. Military members are invited to experience the Phoenix Open for free. Those men and women will need to verify their status through the Waste Management Phoenix Open’s website in order to get their complimentary ticket for them self and one guest.
Vitalant, formerly known as United Blood Services, and the Thunderbirds have teamed up to offer a free ticket voucher to blood donors who donate through Jan. 15. Blood donors can simply enter the voucher promotion code online by January 20 to redeem the ticket.
The vouchers will not be accepted at the tournament gate.
To make a blood donation appointment, visit www.BloodHero.com.
Buy one, get one free
The Phoenix Open has extended their holiday BOGO promotion. If you buy one general admission ticket to the Wednesday’s Bird Nest concert for $65, you will get a free general admission ticket to the tournament for Wednesday.
Wednesday Bird Nest headliners are Brandon Lay, Midland and Old Dominion.
The Annexus Pro-Am tees off at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday.
Kids get in free
Children ages 17 and under can get into the Phoenix Open for free when they are accompanied by an adult.
How to buy tickets
If you can’t snag one of those freebies, you can always purchase tickets to the Open. General admission tickets for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday for $45 and Friday and Saturday for $60.
The tickets can be purchased online on the Waste Management Phoenix Open’s website or Ticketmaster.