Registering for the Chase Lounge
To register for the Chase lounge, visit their website here. RSVPs will open approximately one month prior to the US Open, and I’d highly suggest acting on it quickly – you can always change your reservation time. These slots fill up extraordinarily quickly.
Eligibility to enter the lounge is open to Chase Business cardholders, and times are restricted to a “day shift” and an “evening shift.” You can only register for two per cardholder, however cardholders can enter with a guest.
Inside the lounge you’ll find bar style seating as well as some couches with big screen tv’s playing the day’s latest matches.
Servers are scattered throughout picking up trash and the like.
As you enter, you’re offered a complimentary Chase US Open Hat, and just nearby is a bar with complimentary iced tea and lemonade, as well as light snacks throughout the day.
I did notice that 2015’s Chase Lounge included hot foods during the evening matches, whereas this year was just light appetizers such as vegetables and snack mix. Clearly things were downgraded and it was noticeable.
Here’s why it’s well worth it to register for the Chase lounge:
- It’s an air conditioned space to beat the heat when it’s hot outside.
- There’s complimentary coffee, water, iced tea and lemonade throughout the day. If you take a look at the prices for bottled drinks outside, you’ll be glad you have access to free beverages inside.
- You can take a break from the chaos outside and watch the matches on tv from an air conditioned seating area.
- Light snacks are offered – again offsetting the exorbitant prices outside which no one wants to pay.
- You get a free hat! 🙂
- It’s free – you have no excuse not to register!
As you can see, it’s well worth it to register if you’re attending one of the matches at the US Open!
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