Showing posts with label 2011. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2011. Show all posts

$21 US Open Tickets (8/29/11 - 9/8/11) - Limited amount left!

Updated 7/26/11 -
For link and promo code:
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US Open Tickets for $21!!

Today, a friend of mine told me about this $21 promo they are doing for US Open tickets.

I got 4 tickets at this price already! But there aren't many left..

Note: Even after the convenience charges/fees from TicketMaster it comes out to be about $25 a ticket. Still a deal!

Tennis-Bargain Tip:
Grab these fast before they all disappear! You can use Ashe Tickets during the first week to go to ALL other stadiums and courts (Armstrong, Grandstand and all side courts) is first come first serve seating, so just get to the EAST gates early in the morning! See more US Open tips here

US Open Ashe 2011 Tickets - $37.20 (after fees) Promo Code for my Facebook Fans

Update (9/20) - Promo Code is now live at: (Coupons Section)

The last set of US Open promos (AMEX pre-sale, buy 1 get 1 free) sold out really quickly...

Therefore for these next set of promo codes, we will let our Facebook and Twitter Fans have priority access before they become available to the public.

These 2011 promo codes are for Ashe day sessions during the 2nd week - including the Men's Round of 16/QF's and/or Women's Quarterfinals and Semifinals, for as low as $37.20 each!

Update: Looks like most Night session tickets are also available for both 1st and 2nd week ($24-$34.20 each)

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As soon as the codes are released, you will also be notified on your Facebook wall, Twitter account, or Google+ circle. Check back here for more updates and ticket promos this summer!

Legg Mason 2011 Ticket Specials!

Legg Mason Tennis Classic - ATP 500 Event - Washington, DC
National Parks Recreation Family Day
Saturday, July 30
Gates open at 9am
Families (up to six persons with a minimum of one child under 18 years of age) will be admitted for FREE at this year's National Parks Recreation Family Day! The first 3,000 people to sign up at the following registration link will receive a free reserved seat ticket and lunch voucher courtesy of Guest Services, Inc.

Tickets and food vouchers will be available for pick up on-site on Saturday, July 30 at the North Gate. Registration will close once we reach capacity!

The day will feature exciting activities and entertainment including moon bounces, games, face painters and local team mascots as well as the 2nd annual pet adoption to help The Washington Animal Rescue League find homes for loving cats and dogs.

Military Appreciation Day         
Sunday, July 31
Gates open at 9am
Members of the military who present their military ID at the box office will receive complimentary tickets (limit four [4] free tickets per person) for Sunday's session! The day's activities will include a Military Enlistment ceremony, Honor Guard and Color Guard, in addition to a flag unfurling and physical fitness competitions.

In advance of the tournament, Military Appreciation Day partner, the USO Metro, will be distributing tickets at various tickets for military personnel. Check back on our website soon for specific distribution dates and locations.   

USTA Member Appreciation Day
Monday, August 1
Gates open at 3pm
USTA members who present their membership card at the box office will receive a 2-for-1 discount (limit four [4] free tickets per person) on reserved tickets for the Monday, August 1 session.

US Open 2011 Apparel - now available + $15 Off code

Sweatshirts, bags, t-shirts and more...

Official US Open merchandise to great ready for 2011.
The prices during the US Open can sometimes be twice as much!

Discount Codes
Remember that the $15 code "USTAM137" is valid until 3/31.
Or you can log in with your USTA membership number to get 10% off!

Agassi Agassi: Tennis Hall of Fame 2011

Book Review of Andre Agassi' Open

He was inducted into this year's Tennis Hall of Fame. Winner of the all 4 Tennis Majors and the Olympic Gold medal for the USA, he is a living legend of the game.

I highlight recommend you take his Udemy course even though it's only 1 player in 1080p, there's great content here. If you can't afford the full 50+ modern players for a TopCourt subscription of $15/month this is the next best online course!

Klipping's If -- poem:

"If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

   And treat those two impostors just the same"

YouTube lesson of Andre Agassi's 'Second Summit' in his career. After falling from World #1 and returning to the Challenger circuit to start again.

As a New Year's resolution, I pledged to finish reading his book, Open: An Autobiography. It wasn't hard, as I just had less than 100 pages left. But the final chapters were so good and the book was so tough to put down, that I completed my resolution on Day 1!

I realized that I was right around the age when Agassi just completed his career Grand Slam, and divorced his first wife (actress) Brooke Shields. He took his personal life in a whole new direction and made a lot of noteworthy contributions - not only back to the game of tennis, but to Education and Life at his preparatory school and academy in Las Vegas.

It was interesting to hear his perspective and stories while he was in Washington DC at Legg Mason.  I wonder what that homeless guy did with those tennis rackets he "donated" to him?

If you are a tennis fan - I would highly recommend this book. It changed my own perspective on my childhood...the pressures that a parent's pre-determined ambitions or a sport can weigh so heavily on a grown man's soul.

If you buy this book from my link, send me an email about what you thought about it or just post up a comment. I will personally send you an Amazon Gift Card to you. It is *that* good and I know you'll enjoy reading it (also available on the Kindle).

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