Finals Weekend Package
August 27 – September 9, 2018
USTA National Tennis Center, Flushing Meadows, NY
Mac Sports Travel has been helping tennis fans enjoy the Grand Slams for 16 years – You will love our insider tips to NYC and The Open. The following U.S. Open Finals Weekend package includes U.S. Open tickets, choice New York accommodations, tour host, welcome reception, and a fun experience. If our packages don't fit your schedule, travel plans, or budget, call us and we will customize a package just for you!
The retractable roof over Arthur Ashe is fully operational! A brand new 8,000 Grandstand in the southwest corner of the grounds! New expanded walkways! 14 new food and beverage booths! Plus the best players in the world! And more!!!
Contact Carlos or Michael at 704-814-6801 or firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUR US OPEN FINALS TENNIS PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- 4 nights in New York City! Check in Thursday September 6; check out Monday September 10. We offer 3, 4 or 5 star hotels!
- 3 sessions to the U.S. Open Finals:
- Friday: Mixed Doubles Finals at 12pm followed by Men's Semifinals at 3pm
- Saturday: Men's Doubles Finals at 12pm followed by Women’s Finals at 4pm
- Sunday: Women's Doubles Finals at 12pm followed by Men’s Finals at 4pm
- Optional ticket upgrades (see below)
- Mac Sports Travel Meet and Greet with lots of insider tips to the Open and NYC
- Daily transfer to the U.S. Open with your tennis host via #7 subway (options for coach or private transfers)
- NYC travel information and U.S. Open updates
- Mac Sports Travel host and tennis fan
- All taxes and service fees
Cost per Person for your 2018 US Open Finals Package:
The Court Hotel
- $1541 double occupancy – 1 king bed
- $1631 double occupancy – 2 queen beds
- $1392 triple occupancy – 2 queen beds (roll-away optional)
- $1298 quad occupancy – 2 queen beds (roll-away optional)
- $1988 single occupancy – 1 king bed
The Tuscany Hotel
- $1621 double occupancy – 1 king bed
- $1712 double occupancy – 2 queen beds
- $2011 single occupancy – 1 king bed
Ticket Upgrades (tickets are what we do best - let us know if you have a preference for side-on, corner or behind the server):
- Mixed Doubles Finals and Men’s Semi-Finals Friday starting at 12pm – add $885 for loge; $3385 for courtside
- Men's Doubles Final and Women’s Finals Saturday starting at 12pm – add $345 for loge; $1165 for courtside
- Women's Doubles Finals and Men’s Finals Sunday starting at 12pm – add $890 for loge; $3385 for courtside
Options for your 2018 US Open Finals Package:
- U.S. Open Hospitality Lounge includes fully-staffed bar with beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages and food available for purchase. Air conditioned with TV's and restrooms plus a great place to relax and to meet up to share experiences
- Round trip air
- Extra U.S. Open sessions
- Extra hotel nights
- Suite upgrades
- Play tennis with us at Forest Hills
- Broadway show
- Dinner reservations
- Private transportation in New York City
- Tour of New York City
- Yankees or Mets game
About the Hotel:
The 4 star Court Hotel at the corner of 39th Street and Lexington Avenue in midtown Manhattan which is steps away from Grand Central Station and only 5 blocks from Time Square. The Court has 199 spacious guest rooms and suites in midtown Manhattan with nine foot ceilings and generous living spaces which are the envy of New York City hotels. Experience the trendy and fashionable Court Bar, a midtown Manhattan favorite, and relax with an expertly crafted cocktail. Guests of The Court – A St Giles Premier Hotel also enjoy access to a full business center and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. The Deluxe Double is a 400 square foot studio featuring a luxury king size bed. Other amenities include a flat screen TV and bath amenities by Philosophy. Complimentary high speed internet access and a dual-line phone are available.
The 4.5 star Tuscany (formerly the W Hotel), located at 120 East 39th St. between Park and Lexington Avenues, has just completed a multi-million dollar renovation. Many great restaurants are nearby, it is 5 blocks from Times Square, and is steps away from Grand Central Station where we take the #7 to the Open. Deluxe rooms are 420 sq. ft. (very large for NYC!) with free WiFi and complimentary access to the hotel fitness center. The Tuscany's Icon Restaurant is open daily for breakfast.
We meet in the hotel lobby each morning to walk the 2 short blocks to Grand Central Station to take the #7 to the Open each day (options to take charter motor-coach or private transfers)
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If you want a trip that is completely hassle free, fun and memorable, go with Carlos. I first met Carlos at his tennis club in 2002 where I was the teaching pro. We - my tennis students and I – have gone with him to several U.S. Open. Carlos is a wonderful host , he's a good friend, and an adversary the other side of the net! Travelling to NYC with Carlos to the U.S. Open was fantastic and many of my students have booked other Grand Slams trips with him. Carlos has excellent leadership skills, his personal attention to us and covering all the details left us nothing to do but enjoy the wonderful fun-filled experience of The Open and NYC!
At The 2018 US Open
Be sure to pick up a Daily Schedule and Draw Sheet as you go in.
All bags are subject to search, must be a single compartment and cannot be larger than 12"Wx12"Hx16"L.
A couple of quick tips: Each person is allowed to take one water bottle (and you can refill it at the water fountains) in. A bottle of water at the tennis center is (minimum) $3.00!
Pack the sunscreen and a wide-brim hat – there’s no shade in Ashe stadium. Daytime temperature can get up close to 90°F. Evening temperatures can get down in the 60's so you might want to carry a sweatshirt or jacket if attending evening sessions.
One of the neatest things to do: Go to the American Express Card kiosk – show them your American Express card and you get a complimentary radio featuring live US Open audio play-by-play coverage from CBS, ESPN2, and the Tennis Channel. It’s great listening to John McEnroe and others call the game! If you don’t have an American Express, let me know – I’ll be glad to go with you and we will get you a radio!
If you are at the Open over Labor Day Weekend – USTA Member Appreciation Weekend: USTA member benefits for the weekend (Friday September 4 through Sunday September 6) include: a complimentary gift and draw sheet (pick up USTA membership desk when you enter the grounds) and special speed line at the South Gate for evening sessions. Valid USTA Member ID is required.
Arthur Ashe Stadium hosts the top-seeded matches and the Finals. There are usually five matches per day at Ashe.
Louis Armstrong Stadium has some reserved seating and also open seating for other ticket-holders.
The Grandstand is a smaller venue but closed this year!
Field courts throughout the grounds. These are a great chance to get real close to the action. The experience of being so close to the players is really cool!
Times of Entry to the Open
Day Sessions: Tickets are taken at the East and South Gate public entrances, both of which open at 9:30 am daily (Monday, August 31 through Wednesday September 9). Gates will open at 11:00 from Thursday September 10 through the Finals.
Evening Sessions: Public gates will open at 6:00 pm, but the entrance to Arthur Ashe Stadium will not open until 6:30 pm or 40 minutes after the conclusion of the day’s matches in the stadium, whichever is later. Patrons with restaurant passes and suite tickets will have access at 5:00 pm. Early Entrance Evening ticket holders will have access at 4:00 pm.
Attractions at the Open
US Open American Express Fan Experience: The US Open American Express Fan Experience returns to The Open to all US Open attendees, the US Open American Express Fan Experience will feature swing analysis hitting bays allowing fans to get instant feedback on their swing along with other activities. The full size tennis court returns to the space allowing fans to try out their strokes, product demo the latest racquets, and other special programming for kids and adults
Where to See the Stars: The practice courts located by the West Gate are a great place to get an up-close look at some of the world’s best players
Merchandise: A vast array of tournament souvenirs and mementos are available to commemorate your US Open experience.
International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum Gallery at the US Open: Be sure to visit the US Open Gallery, located inside the Chase Center.
Official US Open Tennis Balls: Own a piece of the US Open! Purchase a Wilson tennis ball used in US Open tournament play for just $10 at the Meigray Group booth located at Court 11. A portion of the proceeds benefit the USTA Foundation, the national charitable foundation of the USTA, which funds tennis and education programs for at-risk children and people with disabilities.
US Open Radio: US Open Radio presented by American Express provides continuous live coverage of the 2014 US Open, including live match calls and player interviews. It also features an interactive experience in which fans can submit questions and have them answered on air by the US Open Radio experts via the Q&A feature available on the site.
Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in the New York City borough of Queens and has been the home of the US Open Grand Slam tennis tournament played e very year in August and September. Operated by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) since 1978, the facility has 22 courts inside its 46.5 acres and 11 in the adjoining park. The complex's three stadiums are among the largest tennis stadiums in the world, with Arthur Ashe Stadium topping the global list with a listed capacity of 23,200. All 33 courts have used the Deco Turf cushioned acrylic surface since the facility was built in 1978.
Located near Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets, the tennis center is open to the public for play 11 months out of the year (closed during inclement weather and in August/September due to the US Open), barring tournaments the USTA holds (such as junior and wood-racquet competitions).
On August 28, 2006, the USTA National Tennis Center was rededicated as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park is one of the biggest parks in NYC. It's been home to a lot of history: two Worlds Fairs and one United Nations. Check out the following: the world's largest steel globe; an ancient pillar, formerly part of Temple of Artemis; a former ice skating rink that was once the former meeting hall of the United Nations
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