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Get 5% cash back in Q3 at US Open and Ticketmaster

How to get 5% back using the Chase Freedom + Flex Cards

A no-brainer deal if you plan to attend the US Open or plan to buy Ticketmaster tickets this summer.

Deal is Back for 2023! Valid for Ticketmaster, US Open, and Gas Stations.
With inflation going up, I found one easy way to get 5% back on tennis tickets this Summer.

Earn 5% cash back at Ticketmaster and US Open purchases with Chase Freedom and Freedom Flex.

Activate the special quarterly bonus online by 9/14 and purchase tickets using your Chase Flex card.

New Cardholder Tip: get up to 40% back below.

Earn up to $1500 back per year!
This special bonus reward period is valid only from 7/1/2022 - 9/30/2022.

American Express cards are offering $10 OFF $100 at the US Open (YMMV)

Please check your specific card offers to activate it (or do so at an Amex booth at the US Open where you get the radios).

Works for buying any US Open Series Tennis Tickets!
Save money and watch more US Open series tennis.

Get 5% cash back at Ticketmaster if checking out with the Chase Freedom or Freedom Flex Card.

Need a Chase Flex card? Earn the $200 bonus if you hurry!

If you plan to be at the US Open, plan to apply for a new one soon!
It can take 1-2 weeks to ship a new card before you can use it. Please plan ahead to time this deal with your future purchase.
July thru September 2022 - both US Open and Ticketmaster are eligible merchants.
They count as part of the new Chase 5% cashback category for "Live Entertainment"

Sign-Up Bonus: earn a $200 Sign-Up Bonus* with No Annual Fee

Chase Freedom Flex is the second card selection.
  • Earn a $200 bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.

  • Plus, earn 5% cash back on gas station purchases on up to $6,000 spent in the first year.
*This product is available to you if you do not have this card already. Or if you did not receive a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months.

Note: we will also receive a reward from Chase as your official referral friend for informing you about this deal.

Steps to Maximize Savings to possibly get over 40% OFF

  1. Apply for a new Chase Freedom Flex card
  2. Activate the category bonus before September 14
  3. Use the Flex card to buy US Open Tickets to get 5% back by September 30
  4. After spending $500 in the first 3 months, get an additional $200 back!

Save even more with gas purchases!
With gas purchases, you will also get a 5% cash back gas station offer for up to $6000 spent the first year in addition. This stacks on top of the 5% quarterly bonus for ~9-10% back in total.

Since gas is so pricey right now, this is a good bargain even if you don't use it to save for tennis.

Plan Ahead to get approved and have your card sent by mail
The online signup process is quick and easy. If you call up Chase after being approved, you can request an expedited delivery to speed up the mailing.

Unfortunately, you need the card physically before you can start using it. My experience is that it takes 1-2 weeks for them to mail you the card, after getting approved. This is true even if you drive to apply at a Chase bank. Also, you generally must have a credit score above 690 to have a good chance of being approved.

Best Chase Points Redemption Value = Travel with Chase Sapphire
With the 5% back, redeeming the bonus for travel and getting even better value on select airlines and hotels is possible. This is our recommended use to book last-minute flights. For example, flying on United with Chase Points transferred to United Airlines was much cheaper than paying in cash.

Bonus Tip: Access to the Chase Lounge RSVP at the US Open

Register with your email and phone number to create a free account today.

US Open Tennis, Ticket Deals for Summer in August

The Start of Summer and the US Open Tennis Series

Our great American summer tradition - between BBQs and fireworks. Professional sports means enjoying a fun day together and cheering on our favorite players. Nothing beats sharing some food with all your friends and a chance to collect an autograph or collectible souvenir.

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the pools open, school is out, and your adventure awaits!

Cheaper to Wait? When to buy US Open tickets?

Note the initial offer prices and look for special sale promotions between July and early August. More seats become available during the summer. Deals are usually for mid-week at the promenade seating level near the upper rows of Ashe.

It is our advice to have travel plans set before getting tickets. Having plane and hotel tickets ready helps me narrow down my dates. Next, decide how many day or evening sessions you plan to attend. I prefer two Ashe day sessions for max value so you'll see most of the players.

#1 Most Popular Date - Smart Shopping

Sat, Sept 3rd is the most popular middle Saturday!
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You will be notified when special promo offers are announced. The Amex Centurion suite and Chase RSVP lounge also become available for online reservations during the Summer.

"Buy in July vs Rush in August" - Summer Ticket discount trends

In past years, we have purchased 2-for-1 ticket deals and seen prices as low as $30. Sponsors such as Emirates, Amex, JP Morgan, and IBM often have discounted ticket codes. We share the sponsor deals on our email list!

We are neither paid nor sponsored by the US Open, and our opinions are completely our own. These limited seat deals become available and are very useful if you just want to roam the grounds. More people will start selling tickets by mid-August, making it a buyer's market.

The US Open Series features tennis events held across the USA (July - August)
It signals the beginning of the US Hard Court tennis season. Everything leads up to the big finish in NYC with the US Open in August. Attending any of these events across America will give fans a sneak preview locally for anyone who can't make it to the Big Apple.

I share my personal travel experiences on the ATP and WTA tennis tour at JCtennis. Feel free to check it out if you want inspiration or a sample guide for planning your own post-vaccination tennis vacation.

Full Stadiums, more positive signals from Sports Fans in Europe

Being a photographer on the court and at their press conference, my opinion is from an insider perspective at actual pro tennis events. I watch the conditions and players on the ATP and WTA tours daily. It's an honor to dust the same clay off my shoes as Nadal and Djokovic.

Witnessing the energy and passion of the full Spanish crowd at Madrid’s stadium is the most amazing way to feel connected with a sea of cheering fans full of energy, waving their red and yellow. 

Feel the spirit of Tennis Fandom in person
Like a Champions League soccer match, the entire crowd erupts together in a wave of humanity. Tennis fans enjoyed the clash between Nadal and Alcaraz with stars from Real Madrid soccer players and even the King of Spain himself in attendance.

We heard the packed Parisian crowd again at the French Open in Paris. So far, so good. When it comes to public safety and health, we look back a few weeks after these sporting events conclude.

This is by far the most encouraging sign that major sporting events can come back fully this year in a post-vax environment.

US Tennis Tickets: Miami Open (Tennis' March Madness)

Miami Open Ticket Deals

Miami Open - All Sessions and Grounds Pass Prices

Indian Wells, CA or Miami, Florida - Top Tennis Destinations in March 

Miami Open Tennis court mapWe have been to both Indian Wells and Miami Open to give you 1st-person advice on which tickets to purchase.

Find out where to meet the pros, what days to see your favorite player, go for a morning or evening match, plus which tourist traps to avoid paying too much!

Preview the Dolphins stadium layout here before you buy your ticket packages!

Miami Open - USA's 2nd Tennis 1000 Tournament
The Top 75 Men and Women players will be in attendance, and so should you!
We can help you determine which is the right tournament for you.
We will provide fan updates and our fan comments on Facebook!

Whether you are Young or Old, enjoy Dry or Humid conditions, East  Coast or West Coast...

Want to watch some live tennis this March?

Plenty of great seats for California and Florida events are coming up in March!
We monitor and see re-sell Prices change daily so check back often or BOOKMARK these ticket linksBefore buying at the Box Office, check these prices for a better deal.

  • US Open (US Open early ticket deals starting in April...get our pre-sale preview)
  • Miami Open (Dolphins stadium, new location!)
  • Clay Court Tennis and French Open - it's never too early to plan for a Spring Tennis vacation in Europe, starting April-June.

Last Minute US Open Tickets and Promos!

Limited "Sold Out" Tickets still left - Tickets 100% verified by TicketMaster
Includes the rare Labor Day and Finals weekend tickets!
2015 US Open last minute ticket sale!

Buy One, Get One (2-for-1) Tickets - Promo Code
Valid for dates: 8/29, 8/30, 9/4, 9/5, 9/6

Grounds Passes and Deals (valid until end of Labor Day weekend)
General Admission tickets are sometimes cheaper than Ashe Tickets

$10 Credit from with Amex Express Checkout

When you purchase your US Open tickets, get an extra $10 credit back when using the new American Express Checkout system. It works similar to Paypal or Google Checkout.

How to get $10 credit on your next ticketmaster purchase

1) Pick your US Open tickets from
2) Get to the Checkout screen, and scroll down to the Payment section
3) Instead of using your credit card, select "Other Ways to Pay".
4) Click on the Amex - Express Checkout Logo (shown below).
5) Enter your American Express account username/password to pay.

This works just like Paypal or Google Checkout; no need to enter your credit card information.

American Express Checkout - $10 credit from

$25 American Express Gift Card for $15
Even if you are not ready to buy your US Open tickets yet, you can get a $25 gift card for just $15 today. Offer expires on 9/7/15.

Offer Details and FAQ:
Offer valid through September 7, 2015 or while supplies last. Limit (1) $10 Statement credit per American Express online account per merchant. In order to qualify for credit, items must be purchase at qualifying online merchants and using the Amex Express button at checkout. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after September 7, 2015 (provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase)

Cincinnati Open - 2015 Promo Code on Tickets and HD Photos

 Roger Federer at Cincy Open
USTA Members receive up to $15 OFF on Cincy Tennis Tickets for Aug 17 and Aug 20! Promo code: "USTA15"

HD Photos at 2015 Cincy Open - Federer, Nadal, and more!

For the best seats valid at All Sessions:

ATP Masters 1000 + WTA Combined Event

ATP 1000 Master's Series Event combined with WTA women Primer Event at the same site! With over $5M of prize money this year so you can be sure that you'll be able to see elite Top 20 players play up close. Even closer than you would at the US Open.

We highly recommend tennis fans to check this out, if you can make it this summer.

Please have a valid USTA Membership ID number available when ordering at the box office. Order Tickets Online Here. Or you can join USTA with a special gift and price here!

Compare 4 US Open tickets: Ashe, Grounds Pass, Armstrong, Grandstand

US Open Tickets - Direct Ticketmaster Links

  • Arthur Ashe #1
  • Armstrong #2
  • Grandstand #3

  • Grounds Passes

  • Prices fluctuate on the resale market daily.
  • Look for price arbitrage to get the best deal and watch the match you want.

  • Use the daily "Schedule of Play" guide to decide what matches you want to see.
  • Before buying last-minute tickets, you should check these 4 links first.
  • If you're not picky, you can choose the cheapest option and just roam.

1) Arthur Ashe Stadium Tickets

Why are Ashe tickets the best tickets in general?
Short Answer: Most flexible option. Full Access to all courts.

Unless there is a specific player and match you want to attend, then the Arthur Ashe tickets are the safest all-around bet when buying well in advance.

US Open Tickets with prices updated daily

Ashe is typically slightly more expensive to buy than Grounds Passes (except in 2022 for the upper promenade areas there are some $60 options). Yet it grants you a reserved seat (very useful if it rains) and still allows you into every stadium. To me, any Ashe ticket is worth at least $10 more than a general Grounds Pass.

The strategy is to roam anywhere, knowing you have your own seat reserved in Ashe when you want to see your favorite star player play.

The top-seeded players that are fan favorites will almost always play there exclusively and often at night.

Free US Open Tips and promo codes for new fans

The trick is if you decide to get the cheapest Arthur Ashe tickets up in the upper promenade, you DON'T have to stay all day in the nosebleeds section!  Instead, I recommend getting up and checking out the US Open campus outside!

Free US Open Campus Tour Map
Walking around the outside courts first and definitely go inside Armstrong, Grandstand, and Court 17. At least one of them has an exciting match. Another idea is figuring out which match looks like it will be going into a 5th set and then going there for the finish.

Look around at some of the highlights below if you get bored, and you can always come back to Ashe later!

This is basically a free-for-all ticket that gets you in the door - great for roaming around.

You can tour all other stadiums and over 20 outside courts except Ashe. Sometimes if Ashe is sold out, this is the next best option and generally is a little bit less expensive. Grounds Passes are a great way to go on Labor Day weekend or just to check out the US Open for the first time.
Be closer to the action in a more cozy space, and avoid the large crowds.

Years before Ashe was built, Armstrong was the main stadium. After the latest update in 2018, this stadium offers much better ventilation and shade for a large portion of the upper sections.

Buying an Armstrong ticket gives you a reserved seat up close and is a good alternative option when you rather have a more intimate view of the players in a slightly smaller setting. Also works if the date you want to go is sold out completely (Labor Day weekend).

What is NOT included? It lets you watch any matches except those inside Arthur Ashe.

Armstrong usually features at least 2-3 great matches (top 20 players). Plus, you will be much closer to the excitement without costing over $150. If you want the same seat quality in Ashe, it will cost >$500.

It also lets you hop over to the Grandstand (3rd court) right next door to get some shade and grab a bite to eat at the mini-food court between the two.

4) Grandstand aka "The Bull Ring" ($85+)

If prices are reasonable and you can find a good seat, I would consider the West side tickets or along the baseline at the Grandstand. Some amazing popcorn matches have happened here over the Labor Day Weekend in years past. Any seats in Rows A thru G for sections 1 thru 12 would be a good value.

Bonus Tip - Be First in Line
For almost all the smaller courts, they offer a "first-come, first-serve" system.  This means if you get in line early (gates open at 11AM. The EAST gate is the least crowded out of them), you can move quickly and get Front Row seats!

US Open: Thanks to all our Fans!

Wrapping up Summer of Tennis

First off, just want to thank all our fans and all our supporters for making this the most successful US Open and Summers of Tennis we've ever had!

I appreciate all the positive comments and amazing stories in fan mail I've gotten back from our fans who have been lucky enough to go see the US Open first hand. Practically everyone had at least one or two great memories to share with us.


Sharing the Tennis Love

I have been fortunate and blessed to be able to travel around the world to see so many ATP and WTA tournaments. Plus, finally pulling out all the stops to see the Aussie Open in 2013 - to finally complete the "4 Grand Fan Majors or Slams" - is an amazing journey I love sharing.

Coming back to the US Open (my favorite slam) over the years, it's a very rewarding feeling to meet and talk to so many who are enjoying it too.

Especially all the young kids at the US Open Arthur Ashe Day this year - it looked like a record to me! It was great to see all the Volunteers helping out with the USTA for free, because you know those are the ones doing it for the love of the game.

It was amazing to see young 15 year old CiCi Bellas play fearlessly and win the first round! Plus you never know when our next Andre Agassi or Serena Williams may have been inspired by just being there.

We hope to keep this Tennis-Bargains tradition of helping out tennis fans all over the world get to the Open with some help from our promo codes and ticket giveaways!

Giving back to the Game

Giving away a few US Open tickets each year is hardly "philanthropy" but the best feeling comes from knowing that someone out there in the world got to enjoy some great tennis because of this site.

Especially when we find someone at their first Grand Slam ever - I personally remember how happy and excited I was knowing I was going to  go to my first professional match and hope we can share that same experience with as many people as possible.

We try hard to be the "Robin Hood of tennis" - looking out for the little guy. It is wonderful to know that we can highlight the 2-for-1 ticket offers so that everyone has a chance to see the big game with a friend.

Helping all tennis fans: one Promo Code and one Tennis Deal at a time

We hope that you were able to get some good deals, find some elusive tickets and shared some fun times with your friends, family and the fan sitting to the left and right of you =)

We want everyone to have a great time whether you watched it from home or in NYC.

Enjoy the US Open Finals everyone and see you guys next year!!
- JC (@TennisBargains)

Rain Update: Men's Monday Final Tickets ~$80, Women's Final ~$50 on TicketExchange NOW!

Check here on Limited Availability and Updated Prices:

$5 Grounds Pass for Men's Monday Finals

You can also get a $5 Grounds Admission Pass to watch the Men's Final at the US Open on the big screens. It can actually be a very exciting crowd outside the stadium. You can actually hear the players' shots echoing, fans cheering on both sides plus usually a better view than sitting at the very top of Ashe.

Tip: Be sure to pick up one of those Amex radios to get the play-by-play audio too. Can't beat $5 bucks!! 

Actually now that I think about it, if you arrive later at night and see some people leaving the match early - you could always ask them nicely for their old ticket.
If Murray wins, it might be cool to go inside just to see Andy hoist his first Grand slam title! Enjoy the Finals!

US Open Weather and Ticket Update:

With severe weather canceling the 2nd men's semi-final and women's final, ticket sales are going crazy! People are trying to get rid of tickets as fast as they can tonight - Sell! Sell!

Here's the new schedule:

Sunday Schedule:
Ferrer-Djokovic 11 am, Azarenka-Serena 4:30 pm.

Monday Schedule:
Men's final on Monday ~5PM

Check here on Limited Availability and Updated Prices:

Men's Semi's ~$100 and Finals Tickets now ~$110

US Open TicketExchange - Prices Cut in Half for Semi's and Finals Sessions

Update: With both Federer and Nadal absent from the US Open Finals for the first time in almost a decade, starting Thursday, we have been seeing the resale value of these tickets drop in half!

Limited Availability:

"Sold Out" Tickets still available for Finals Weekend

These sessions for the entire weekend were all "sold out" as of early Summer, even before it was available to the public. But today some of them can still be had for just over $100 from TicketExchange

  • Their loss is your gain!
  • Remember to buy an electronic TicketExchange ticket, for instant print-out
  • These tickets are guaranteed by Ticketmaster

Ferrer vs Djokovic, Murray vs Berdych

Should make for some great matches on Sat! Let's see who will tire out whom before Sunday's Final. Ferrer will be my dark horse pick to win it all; Maybe we'll see someone win their first major - lots of possibilities left.

Hope everyone will enjoy the rest of the US Open, wherever you get to watch it!
Also remember to vote on our Facebook page for a chance to win free tickets to 2013

Limited Availability:

Tickets Giveaway for 131st US Open 2012 - "131 Likes and Win"

The 131st anniversary of the 2012 US Open Tennis Championships just about a week away

To celebrate, we are rewarding our Tennis-Bargain Fans with
more free US Open Tickets during the first week!!

How to enter for a chance to win free tickets:

  1. Subscribe to our news feed via Email (valid, verified email addresses only please)
  2. Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter
  3. Go find and "Like" our US Open tickets posts quickly - winners will only be selected among the First 131 "Likes" of our page post

We will have more giveaways scheduled (at 08:08's) during the US Open.


Winners will be contacted via email with select US Open date/session choices.

  • So if you can make it, please just reply back to confirm
    (otherwise we'll give the next available choice)
  • We will email you the TicketExchange electronic ticket
  • Simply print it out and go enjoy the US Open in NYC!

Congrats again to our previous Tennis-Bargains US Open 2012 ticket winners:
  • Miguel S. (Queens, NY)
  • Piyush B. (Hoboken, NJ)

Stayed tune about our free "Welcome New Fans Day" US Open Tour

We'd like to encourage new tennis fans who have never been to the US Open before to attend. By giving a small group a personal "insiders" guided tour around the park and courts, we hope to make newbies more comfortable there.

In a couple hours, you'll get to meet the pro players up close on the courts. Plus we'll lead you first-hand around to some of our favorite Tennis-Bargain "hidden secrets" at the 2012 US Open.

Hope we'll see you there at the 2012 US Open!

US Open 2012 - Ticket Prices, Last Minute Deals and Tips

The US Open 2012 is now officially less than 2 weeks away! Some of your may still be looking for tickets. Unfortunately this year, it seems like the WFANDANGO code did not go live (yet...) for those $15 tickets we were all waiting for!

But fear not, there are still ways to get good deals for this year's US Open!

After-market Tickets

The chart below might be helpful if you decide to get a ticket from TicketExchange or Ebay (look for legitimate sellers only) and under $70 for the first week.

Read my tips for buying and selling US Open ticketsI would wait no longer than 3-4 days before your session starts if you need the ticket mailed to you.

US Open Pricing Chart for each session (unofficial)

Below is an unofficial list for prices for all sessions (even with group discounts). It will give you an idea of about how much the fair market value for a particular session should be worth, without fees/shipping.

Unofficial US Open Tickets Pricing (with Group Discount)
 Tournament Dates
Arthur Ashe Price (Upper Promenade)
Grounds Admission Price (Unassigned Seating)
Monday, 8/27 Day
Monday, 8/27 Eve
Tuesday, 8/28 Day
Tuesday, 8/28 Eve
Wednesday, 8/29 Day
Wednesday, 8/29 Eve
Thursday, 8/30 Day
Thursday, 8/30 Eve
Friday, 8/31 Day
 $64 - Sold Out
Friday, 8/31 Eve
Saturday, 9/1 Day
 $69 - Sold Out
 $64 - Sold Out
Saturday, 9/1 Eve
Sunday, 9/2 Day
 $69 - Sold Out
 $64 - Sold Out
Sunday, 9/2 Eve
Monday, 9/3 Day
 $64 - Sold Out
Monday, 9/3 Eve
Tuesday, 9/4 Day
Tuesday, 9/4 Eve
Wednesday, 9/5 Day
Wednesday, 9/5 Eve
Thursday, 9/6 Day
Thursday, 9/6 Eve
Friday, Sept. 7 Day
Saturday, Sept. 8 Day
 $89 - Sold Out
Saturday, Sept. 8 Eve 
Sunday, Sept. 9 Day
 $89 - Sold Out

Free Tennis - Qualifiers Week, Opening Weekend, Arthur Ashe Day

8/21-8/24Watch the Qualification matches played for free during the week

8/25Free to enter grounds and watch players practicing; or $7 Ashe tickets with CBS promo code

8/26Open practice day; free to enter and watch the pros practice

If any more last minute promos pop up, we will be sure to post them here for our fans:

Cincy Tennis Promo Codes

USTA Members receive up to $4 OFF on Cincy Open Tennis Tickets!

Use promo code "USTA12" when purchasing from
Update: promo code is valid on almost all sessions! (with limited quantities though)

Discounted 2019 Cincy Open Tennis Tickets - even for "sold out" sessions

American Express Premium Seats
All AMEX Cards can purchase single session Loge and All-Inclusive Seats

All payments must be made with an American Express card. Limit 8 seats per session per card.

ATP Masters 1000 + WTA Combined Event

Federer returns to the Cincinnati Open
Remember this is an ATP 1000 Master's Series Event combined with WTA women at the same event. With over $5M of prize money this year so you can be sure that you'll be able to see the elite Top 20 players play even closer than you would at the US Open. I highly recommend tennis fans to check this out, if you can make it.

Or have your valid USTA Membership ID number available when ordering at the box office.

Pick up your free gift for the Monday or Thursday USTA member sessions.
More info here:

Watching Tennis is more fun (plus cheaper) when you bring friends, family - 4-pack sale plus $25 back offer

How to get Citi Open Tickets 40% OFF - only about $36/ticket for the Finals!!

See our full Citi Open Coverage, previews and photos here!

Citi Open is now Washington DC's biggest tennis event for both ATP men and WTA women. It is also the next stop on the US Open Series, leading up to the US Open 2012 grand slam coming up next month.

Tickets at the box office this week (July 30-Aug 5) are priced $45-$55/ticket.

Tennis-Bargains can help you get them down to $31-$36 for any session you want; plus you can even get $25 back with one tweet* (exp 9/30)!

Citi Open Ticket Prices
Box Seats
Reserved Seats
4-Pack Seats

Triple Play Tips for Savings is like "A-B-C"

A) Activate: *Get $25 off $75* promo deal - use Twitter or Facebook (offers exp 9/30*)
B) Buy in Bulk: save 40% on "4-pack" of tickets - Ticketmaster Link (see below)
C) get Credit back: for selling off unused tickets - TicketExchange Link for Fans

Step-by-Step Instructions for Discounted Tickets

  1. Go to the Ticketmaster Citi Open Page
  2. Select the Session / Date you want
    (ex: Session 3 is first round, Session 10 is the Final)
  3. Under Ticket Options,
    Check the "Me+3 4-Pack Offer" check-box ONLY
  4. Continue selecting 4 Seats total
    Note: yes they are nosebleed seats but if you are planning to see only non-stadium matches, it's not a problem. It's "first come first serve" seating on the Grandstand and all other side courts.
  5. Make sure you activated your Ticketmaster Deal and get a confirmation for $25 credit email
  6. Congrats, you just saved over 40% on your tennis tickets! Your buddies will thank you =)

Sell Extra Tickets - use credit to get other sessions or future tickets

**Don't let your unused tickets go to waste!**Another fan is probably looking for one, especially on sold-out days.

Discount Days

  • Mon, July 30 is 2-for-1 USTA Members Day
  • Sat, Aug 4 is Military Appreciation Day - Free entry for all active duty and retired members, family. Plus our heroes get free 2-for-1 tickets, any day of the week.
  • See all special events days here.

Extra Bonus and Tips

If you followed my advice and still have that 50% Off Ticketmaster Gift Card we announced previously, you can save even more! It was a $100 TM gift card you could buy for $50.

For food choices at Citi Open

I recommend the Basil Chicken entree at the Thai place. Most of the staff are pretty friendly and seems like the business place in the food court area. Gets busy around lunch/dinner, so try to go early and get a place to sit!

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