Hurry for discounted tickets and travel to the 2012 U.S. Open!

Discounted tickets for the renowned 2012 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships will remain at early-bird sale prices for just one more week, until Saturday June 30.

At 25-50% off, tickets to witness an elite international showcase of squash talent are at bargain prices right now!

Held in Philadelphia, a passionate sports city just over an hour out of New York City by train, tickets are selling quickly to this professional squash spectacle.

Amtrak is also offering a 10% discount on the best available rail fare to the U.S. Open, making it easy to travel from New York and other US cities to this captivating event.

The U.S. Open is undoubtedly among the most coveted professional squash tournaments in the world, as it is part of the PSA and WSA World Series Tours.

This year the event boasts a record grand prize of $185,000, distinguishing it as one of the most highly rewarded championships in professional squash, and making it certain to draw all of the world’s best players.

In the men’s draw, current world #1 James Willstrop (ENG) has already confirmed that he will be playing, as too has his compatriot and long-term rival, last year’s finalist world #2 Nick Matthew (ENG).

The women’s draw will include longstanding world #1 and record six-time World Open champion Nicol David (MAS), and 2011 U.S. Open women’s defending champion world #2 Laura Massaro (ENG).

In addition to an incredible showcase of world class professional squash, there will also be an exciting array of activities and events happening throughout the championships, including an interactive squash zone, awards, club nights and much more.

At these heavily discounted prices for tickets, you need to get in fast!  Discounted tickets are only available for one more week, until June 30.  Head to now to purchase yours!

At the U.S. Open website you can also watch a video tour of Philadelphia and the U.S. Open with local squash professional formerly ranked within the world’s top 50, Gilly Lane.