The Masters offers glory to those who go all the way through the tournament at Ally Pally – and a healthy payday to boot.


A sizeable prize pot will be on offer once again as the finest players on the World Snooker Tour convene to duel for supremacy.

The total jackpot is lower than other tournaments due to just 16 competitors taking part in the prestigious event, but each will be in line for a healthy slice if they advance through the rounds.

Judd Trump won last year's final 10-8 following a thrilling contest with Mark Williams at Ally Pally.

The pair will return with high hopes of reaching the showpiece match once more.

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World champion Luca Brecel, UK Championship winner Ronnie O'Sullivan and the in-form Zhang Anda are also part of the 16-man line-up. brings you all the details about The Masters 2024 prize money pot.

The Masters 2024 prize money

The Masters will offer a healthy prize total, with a greater guarantee of picking up big money due to the limited field in action.

The prize money for each round closely tracks the UK Championship pot from last month, but with just 16 entrants taking part, players are guaranteed to walk away with a cool £15,000 at a minimum.

Here is the full lowdown on prize money during the tournament:

  • Winner: £250,000
  • Runner-up: £100,000
  • Semi-final: £60,000
  • Quarter-final: £30,000
  • Last 16: £15,000
  • Highest break: £15,000
  • TOTAL: £725,000

When is The Masters 2024 final?

The Masters 2024 final will take place from 1pm on Sunday 14th January 2024.

How to watch The Masters 2024 on TV and live stream

Coverage of The Masters will be extensively shown across BBC and Eurosport platforms, including discovery+.

The action will be shown from 1pm and 7pm each day. Check out The Masters 2024 schedule for full details of channels and timings.

The tournament will be shown live online via discovery+ and iPlayer, if you want to keep up with the tournament across a range of devices.

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