Another Cool Use Of Starpoints: A Luxury Suite With Kosher Food At The US Open


-Using Miles For Sports Experiences.
Have 35K Starpoints burning a hole in your pocket? Don’t want to use them for any of the normal options that I wrote about in this post?

You can use them for 2 tickets to an “intimate cardmember only experience” in the SPG Luxury Suite as some of the top players battle for the US Open title on August 27th. You can choose from the day session which starts at 11 a.m. or the evening session which starts at 7 p.m.
The US Open is being held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York

Food and beverages are included and get this, you can even order kosher food and they will have it catered just for you! The stadium caterer is certified kosher by the Star-K.  You must confirm your spot before 08/24 in order to reserve kosher food for your party.

To RSVP: Email with your first and last name, the session you would like to attend, your SPG number, and your address if you would like your tickets shipped to an address other than the one associated with your SPG account. And be sure to request kosher food if you’d like that option.

Limit of 1 pair of tickets per Cardmember.

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Marco Polo

Seems like 5 packages available per day/night session.


is there anywhere on the starwood site that i can see this promo?

Marco Polo

Follow the link in post #2.


does anyone know which caterer it is?


If I wonna use starwood points for hotels, can I always get a room with points, as long there is a empty room avail.? or does it work like the airlines, with hard avail.?

Bal habus

With regard to SPG points: how many will I need to book a flight to E”Y end of Dec. 2013?
thank you very much Dan!!


Can I use my points for the matches on Labor Day?