Entertain corporate partners, special guests, or family and friends by treating them to the US Open Premium Experience. Every year clients from around the globe select a US Open Premium Experience to create unforgettable events for their valued business associates, customers and friends. World renowned cuisine, coupled with New York ambiance and the hottest sporting event in the market make a US Open Premium Experience one of the finest events in sports entertainment. Don’t miss your opportunity to start a tradition today!
To inquire about suite and hospitality options and availability, please click here to email our hospitality team.
This exclusive opportunity offers a beautifully appointed lounge in Arthur Ashe Stadium equipped with prime viewing on the in-stadium balcony, private restrooms, and multiple in suite flat screens – so as not to miss any of the on-court action! Packages include the following:
This all-inclusive opportunity offers an option to those looking to host smaller groups (minimum of 4 people per session). It includes a reserved ticket in Arthur Ashe Stadium (Courtside & Loge tickets available) as well as access to a shared hospitality space in the Hospitality Pavilion, located in the Chase Center. Also included:
For information about 2017 Premium Seat Packages, please contact USTA Hospitality at USOpenHospitality@usta.com. Additionally, a select number of Premium Seat Package tickets are available for purchase on Ticketmaster. Click here to purchase package.
First class option for those looking to entertain fewer than 20 people per session, while remaining in the comfort of a shared super suite. This package includes:
This unique package offers the opportunity to entertain groups of 50 - 300 in a private room hospitality space in the Chase Center Hospitality Pavilion. It includes the following:
A full day of on-court excitement paired with access to the Chase Center Hospitality Pavilion creates a one-of-a-kind US Open Premium Experience. Our Loge Plus Hospitality opportunity is the Premium Seat Packages’ pragmatic cousin. It includes the following: