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Darts UK Open prize money 2024: How much is Luke Littler battling for?

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DARTS UK Open action returns THIS weekend with teen sensation Luke Littler going up against some of darts’ best players – and there is a nice bit of prize money up for grabs.

Rank outsider Andrew Gilding shocked Michael van Gerwen to the trophy in last year’s thrilling final.

But fan favourite Luke Littler will be determined to get his name on the trophy and add to his incredible form at the start of 2024.

Furthermore, there is set to be a nice lump sum of money for the winner of this Butlin’s competition.

However, the likes of Littler, Michael van Gerwen and Luke Humphries will not enter the fray until the fourth round.

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What is the UK Open prize money 2024?

The prize money is a total sum of £600,000 – the same as the 2023 tournament.

  • Winner: £110,000
  • Runner-up: £50,000
  • Semi-finalists: £30,000
  • Quarter-finalists: £15,000
  • Last 16: £10,000
  • Last 32: £5,000
  • Fourth round: £2,500
  • Third round: £1,500
  • Second round: £1,000
  • First round: n/a

When is the UK Open 2024?

  • The darts UK Open 2024 will take place from Friday March 1 to Sunday March 3.
  • Afternoon sessions are scheduled to start from 11.45am GMT on the main stage while the evening sessions get going from 7pm GMT.
  • Butlin’s Minehead is the allocated arena for this huge tournament and it can host approximately 7,500 fans.
  • Andrew Gilding beat Michael van Gerwen in the 2023 final.

What ranked players will be playing at the UK Open 2024?

Ranked players will participate from the fourth round onwards at the UK Open, this includes:

  • Luke Littler
  • Michael van Gerwen
  • Luke Humphries
  • Gerwyn Price
  • Michael Smith
  • Nathan Aspinall
  • Rob Cross
  • Danny Noppert
  • Peter Wright
  • Stephen Bunting
  • James Wade
  • Gary Anderson
  • Raymond van Barneveld

Source: The Sun

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