Reserve Your Free Spot At The US Open Chase Lounge

The US Open will kick off later this month in New York, and is one of the most popular tennis events in the world. I’ve attended the US Open for the past several years thanks to Starwood. However, they’re not the only ones offering cool opportunities for customers at the US Open.


Specifically, there’s a Chase Lounge at the US Open, which is available to all Chase customers. There’s no cost for customers to visit the Chase Lounge, though you do need tickets to the US Open, and also need to register in advance. This is the same offering Chase had last year.

The registration process is interesting. Rather than having to enter your card number, you instead just have to enter the customer service phone number on the back of your credit card. So it seems they’re not actually identifying you as an individual customer.


Once you agree to their terms & conditions, you’ll be given the option to select the sessions for which you want access to the Chase Lounge. There are 19 available sessions, and each Chase customer can reserve up to four sets of sessions, each for one individual (this means you can bring four people to one session, two people to two sessions, one person to four sessions, etc.).


Here’s the schedule with available sessions for 2016:


The booking process is extremely easy, and should just take a couple of minutes.


Since I’m headed back to the US Open this year, I went ahead and reserved a spot at the Chase Lounge for the date I’m there. It’s certainly nice to have access to an air conditioned room with drinks, snacks, etc.


Here are the full terms of access for the Chase Lounge at the US Open:

  • Only Chase customers can access the reservation system.
  • Tickets to the US Open are required for the session in which a reservation is made; a Chase Lounge reservation only provides access to the Chase Lounge once already at the US Open.
  • In order to allow access to the Chase Lounge to as many customers as possible, each customer can make a maximum of 4 reservations. Each reservation is for one individual.
  • Reservations can be for the same session, or split across multiple sessions.
  • Reservations can be made for the customer and up to three guests. All members of the party must have a ticket. Reservations are non-transferable.
  • Changes and cancellations can be made to the reservations prior to the start of the session.
  • Reservations are taken on a first come, first served basis until all reservations have been filled. Customers can be added to the waitlist for a session that is already filled. Customers on the waitlist can provide their mobile number and receive a text message if a reservation opens up in advance of the tournament or day of.
  • Once the reservation process is complete, a confirmation will appear on the screen. Please print or take a screen shot of this confirmation to facilitate check-in. Customers can check in without the confirmation using the name and/or email address on the reservation and matching photo ID.
  • The Chase Lounge check in kiosk is located at the entrance to the Chase Center or at the Chase booth. The Chase booth is located adjacent to the food court.
  • A valid photo ID is required at check-in to receive a wristband.
  • The US Open schedule of play as well as session dates, number of matches and starting times are subject to change. Chase Lounge hours are subject to change when sessions are changed or cancelled by the USTA.
  • For questions, please contact a Chase banker or advisor.


If you’re looking for tickets to the US Open and other experiences, be sure to check out the SPG Moments packages available for this year.

Bottom line

This is a very nice offering, so if you’re attending the US Open this year you might as well register to visit the Chase Lounge. As fun as the US Open is, air conditioned spaces are in short supply and drinks can be outrageously priced, so having access to both for free is very nice.

Do you plan on visiting the US Open Chase Lounge this year?

(Tip of the hat to Mark)


  1. Thanks for the H/T, Ben! Keep in mind too that last year, the lounge was only serving alcoholic beverages during evening sessions, not during the day. Something to keep in mind for those there for an extended time!

  2. Just out of curiosity, do you stay in the lounge during the games and watch from there or it is just a place to get drinks and go back to your seat? The reason I ask is can you buy a cheap ticket in a not so good location but then watch the game from the lounge?

  3. Did this last year and it was great, thanks for the reminder. Will def be back! Lucky, when are you attending the Open this year?

  4. @Lucky:
    “each Chase customer can reserve up to four sets of sessions, each of which is for up to four People (this is an increase over last year, when you were allowed at most two sessions for two people).”
    I don’t think this is correct as the Terms of Access read as follows:.
    “In order to allow access to the Chase Lounge to as many customers as possible, each customer can make a maximum of 4 reservations. Each reservation is for one individual.”
    So I would think there is no increase at all, only that you now may make 4 single-Person reservations rather than only two for two persons each.

  5. Thanks – I created a reminder for next week, but it looks like it opened early this year. I booked 2 people for 2 sessions.

  6. I’ve found the cheapest way to get into the Lounge is via 2-for-1 tickets to the US Open. As low as $15, they will allow you into multiple sessions during the 1st and 2nd week. Googled for several different offer codes.

  7. Lucky, you were my reminder the past couple.of years. Totally let me down this year as you didn’t post anything about it. Not really mad just annoyed I didn’t set a remindermyself. Now all that’s left is for me to hope the sessions i wait listed open up.

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