US Open Access With SPG American Express

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As a Starwood Preferred Guest American Express card holder, you are probably aware of the invitation only event benefit for the card. The most recent invitation only event includes tickets to the US Open, a cocktail reception, dinner in the SPG hospitality area, a gift bag, and a chance to meet and greet a tennis legend.

As a Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Cardmember from
American Express, you are invited to witness one of the world’s
most prestigious sporting events. Enjoy exclusive Cardmember-only
access as some of the top names in tennis compete for the title.

How To Get The Promotion

  • Tickets available starting Wednesday, August 1st at 1:00pm
  • Call 1-800-445-7374 to reserve your seat


Promotion Details

  • What: Exclusive Cardmember event at the 2012 US Open
  • When: Wednesday evening, September 5, 2012 at 5:30pm
  • Where: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Flushing, New York
  • Price: $165 per ticket (includes lower promenade seating at Arthur Ashe Stadium, cocktail reception with dinner in the SPG Cardmember hospitality area, meet and greet with a tennis legend, and special gift bag)
  • This offer is available only to Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Cardmembers. Only 85 tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Bottom Line

The SPG American Express card offers great value with a 20% bonus transfer option to partner airlines and generous redeem 4 nights receive 5th night free. If you are a tennis fan, this may be another benefit for the Starwood American Express card.

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