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Exclusive US Open Ticket Offer for Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Cardholders

by on August 9, 2013 · 5 comments

in American Express, Starwood

Update: The 30,000-point bonus is no longer available. The bonus is now 25,000 points for the Starwood Amex business and personal cards after $5,000 spend within the first 6 months.

As if the current limited-time 30,000-point sign-up bonus offers (available until September 3, 2013) on both the personal and business versions of the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express weren’t reason enough to sign up for the card, the personal credit card is also one of the sponsors for the US Open and to celebrate they are offering SPG American Express cardholders an exclusive offer to buy discounted tickets to a match at the US Open on September 3 including a meet-and-greet with a tennis pro, cocktails and dinner.

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SPG is offering ticket packages for SPG Amex cardholders.

Tickets go on sale starting Tuesday, August 20, at 3 p.m. EST, and you have to call 1-800-445-7374 to reserve.

The event will take place Tuesday evening, September 3, starting at 5:30pm at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York. Tickets are $165 each for lower promenade seating at Arthur Ashe Stadium, cocktail reception with dinner in the SPG Cardmember hospitality area, and a meet and greet with a well-known tennis guest.

This offer is available only to Starwood Preferred Guest credit cardmembers and tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis – so if you’re interested, I suggest calling in as soon as possible once the sale starts to make sure you get a seat since space is limited and I think these will go quickly. Cardmembers are limited to four tickets each.

Most of the lower promenade is sold out

Most of the lower promenade is sold out for the September 3rd match.

According to TicketMaster, most of the lower promenade is sold out for this match already, although the few lower level seats that remain are going for $117 per ticket, so you are paying the premium for the cocktail reception, dinner and meet and greet, and possibly the prospect of seats with better views than are still on sale right now.

Starwood was also offering SPG members the opportunity to redeem starpoints to attend the US Open through SPG Moments, but these have since sold out, so if you are thinking of taking them up on this offer, be sure to do it sooner than later.

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  • Alix

    I don’t think this is a good deal. As someone who’ve been to the US Open for years, lower promenade seating is still in the so-called ‘nosebleed’ section. Tickets usually go for less than $70 in that section for a day session, whereas it’s less for night session.

  • Joz

    Alix is right, the $278 tickets are Loge – totally different to Lower Promenade which is the Upper Level “nosebleed” section and goes for $117 on ticketmaster.

  • Dustin

    Applied for the SPG card about 2 months ago and was wondering if I could possibly get a bump to the 30K. Thoughts?

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