Reserve Your Free Spot At The US Open Chase Lounge

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The US Open will kick off later this month in New York, and is one of the most popular tennis events in the world.

If you happen to be attending and are a Chase customer, 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 something that Chase has offered for the past several years.

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 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.).

The booking process is easy, and should just take a few moments.

For those wondering, the Chase Lounge is described as offering an opportunity to relax, enjoy snacks, and light refreshments, and perhaps the biggest benefit of all is that it’s air conditioned. It’s located in Chase Center, immediately inside the East Gate entrance of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.


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?

  1. After this was posted for ages (internet time) and no single comments. It’s right time to break silence.

    I guess nobody cares about tennis anymore.

    Would be interesting if Chase or banks start to sponsor something more millennials? (guessing the age group for this blog)
    Maybe Fortnite or DotA tournament lounge might get more attention?

  2. Eskimo you must be living in an igloo. Tennis remains huge. I work in tennis all year and the USO remains the event with attendance of 700k+. Maybe its Chase no one cares about.

  3. @Crosscourt

    It is you that is in an igloo (especially you did say you worked in the world of tennis).
    This post has been posted close to 24 hours now and yet it got 0 post not including us. While the no one cares about Chase still get at least few post in the first 24 hours all the time. (In the world of internet, this is a complete disaster)

    As a person who does follow tennis and attended this event several times a fact, which you probably already know, is the show court isn’t even full unless it is Federer Nadal Djokovic.
    And the 700k+ (as you already know) is partial BS, it is the total tickets scanned which includes people with multiple day tickets. And the last few years didn’t even hit 700k like 10 years ago.

    Also, sadly people associate US Open with golf (another dying sports) more than tennis.

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