US Open: Amex Platinum Members Get Pretty Cool Benefits, New Amex offer and Centurion Suite

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American Express Platinum Card Offers Unique US Open Benefits

American Express Platinum Card Offers Unique US Open Benefits

I noticed a new Amex Offer for the US Open this morning and upon looking at the details found some pretty cool benefits for members who will be attending the Open this year. Since I’m a total Amex geek, I am extremely jealous of anyone attending the event since they can bring their eligible card to a designated Amex stand and receive the “Amex Band” (pictured above) that will enable members to pay for merchandise on site. Members will also gain access to a variety of unique benefits, freebies and experiences. Here’s the official page for complete details.

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Benefits Include:

  • Contactless Payment at the US Open with your Amex Band.
  • $20 Back Offer
  • American Express Radios– Earpiece radio with ESPN broadcast and live US Open updates. While supplies last, with any American Express Card. Limit one per Card.
  • American Express Card Member Club– take advantage of comfortable seating, complimentary phone charging, food and beverage for purchase, and more.
  • Exclusive US Open Merchandise for purchase in the Member Club with your Amex Band.
  • Ralph Lauren Customized Merchandise Purchase your own customized Polo, water bottle and tote bag with Amex-exclusive Polo designs at the Amex Exhibit in South Plaza.
  • Mobile Phone Charging Rentals– Limit one per Card.
  • Centurion Suite in Louis Armstrong Stadium for Platinum and Centurion Members.
  • Amex Super Rally– Tennis comes alive as the real and digital worlds converge in this new hybrid reality game
  • Fan Court– Create unforgettable memories on the only full-size court fans can play on. Stop by for player appearances, photo ops, and tennis instruction and drills for all ages

American Express Platinum Card Offers Unique US Open Benefits

To Get all these benefits for yourself and for directions to see if you’re targeted for 100,000 Membership Rewards Points check out this post: Huge Targeted Amex Platinum 100K Offer Returns: How to Check If You’re Eligible!

Amex Offer Details

Get a 1X $20 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to spend $100+ in purchases at participating on-site merchants at the US Open between August 27 and September 9, 2018 (or, if final day of tournament play is extended, September 12, 2018)

Conclusion

Another reason I love Amex! If you’re attending the Open, please get me an Amex Band, I’ll love you forever. I’m sure it will be nice to have access to the Suite and Club especially in the ridiculous heat we’ll be experiencing over the next week.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I went to the Open yesterday. I got my band and the radio, and checked out the club. I’m not sure why you would go all the way to the US Open to sit in a room and watch tennis on TV (the club). But you can grab a free L’Occitane hand lotion and lip balm there. I did get my $20 benefit because I spent too much money, but the benefit made it a bit more palatable. 🙂

  2. Minimum 45 minute wait to get into the Centurion Lounge. Checked the line a few times. Very disappointing.
    No point in wasting all that time on a line with so much else to see and do.

  3. The Centurion Lounge was busy but worthwhile. You have to stand in a line to check in first and give them your number to text you once space opens up. It takes about 3-4 hours to receive the text, so you’ll want to check in by early to mid afternoon to ensure a spot since they close at 8. Once you are in the lounge, you get a complimentary cocktail, including the Honey Deuce, sandwiches and other snacks, and an air conditioned space to relax for a bit before heading back to the tennis.

    The Member Club was a let down. There were no complimentary snacks or drinks, only for purchase. It’s just a place to sit and relax with air conditioning.

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