Masters tickets: How to get 2025 Masters tickets at Augusta National

Brooks Koepka putts on the 9th green during the first round of the 2024 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.

Brooks Koepka putts on the 9th green during the first round of the 2024 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — If you’re watching the Masters on TV and wondering how you can get your own 2025 Masters tickets and score a trip to Augusta National Golf Club, then let this be your handy guide.

How to get 2025 Masters tickets

Let’s get one thing straight — not just anyone can snag Masters tickets. You have to apply via the Masters ticket lottery. To do so, go to the Masters Tickets page here, log in to your account (if you have applied before) or create a new account.

You can’t technically apply now, since the application window is June 1-20, 2024. So make sure to remember the date; the Masters website also gives you the option to set a calendar reminder, which you’d be smart to do.

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Once the lottery opens, you simply select the number of tickets you are requesting — 1-4 for practice rounds and 1-2 for tournament rounds — and for the day(s) you want to attend. You can apply for just one day or all of them, but if you win you’ll only be selected for one.

Tickets for 2024 were $100 for practice rounds and $140 for tournament rounds. Prices for 2025 have yet to be announced, but even if the price increases it will be modest, like most years. You won’t be asked to pay for tickets until you are notified via email that you won them, which usually happens in mid-July. (And if you didn’t win, you’ll find out then too.)

That’s it. So set your reminder for June so you can apply (and for more information, click here).

And worst case, if you don’t get tickets, you can still gain access to Augusta National and the Masters, but it’s going to cost you. There’s a ton of hospitality offerings, like Map & Flag, the Masters’ new high-end facility that debuted this week across the street. Although that price ($17,000) does a little more damage to your bank account than winning the Masters ticket lottery.

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