Prize Money breakdown for the 2023 UK Open Darts with £600,000 on offer

From Friday 3 March to Sunday 5 March, 158 competitors will compete for the title at the UK Open. Besides the trophy, they will also compete for the matching cheque of £110,000 in prize money.

A total of £600,000 in prize money will be distributed at the UK Open. To be eligible for prize money, participants must reach at least the last 128. The top-96 of the world rankings are already guaranteed a cash prize. Players between spot 1 and 32 in the world rankings enter from the last 64, while numbers 33-64 start from the last 96. Numbers 65 to 96 will play from the last 128 at the UK Open.

The remaining participants enter in the first or second round of the tournament. They must therefore win one match to be left with money from the 'FA Cup of Darts'.

Reaching the last 128 is rewarded with £1,000, a round beyond will earn £1,500. Upon winning your match at the last 96, that amount is increased to £2,500. Reaching the last 64 is already good for £2,500.

For anyone who makes it to the second day of the UK Open, they sit already at £5,000. If you reach the last sixteen at the UK Open, £10,000 will be added. On the final day of the UK Open, the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played.

Players who qualify for the final day are guaranteed a cheque for £15,000. That amount can rise to £30,000 for reaching the semi-finals at the UK Open. The losing finalist gets £50,000 and the winner £110,000.

Prize money breakdown at UK Open Darts 2023

Winner: £110,000

Runner-up: £50,000

Semi-final: £30,000

Quarter-final: £15,000

Last 16: £10,000

Last 32: £5,000

Last 64: £2,500

Last 96: £1,500

Last 128: £1,000

Total: £600,000

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