Redeem Starpoints For Courtside Suite Tickets At Madison Square Garden

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Redeem Starpoints For Courtside Suite Tickets At Madison Square Garden

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Starwood has an event level courtside suite at Madison Square Gardens and you can experience it as a VIP with your Starpoints!

Tickets just became available for events from now through 11/30.  I’ll update this post when tickets become available past that date, just follow @DansDeals on Twitter and you’ll be the first to know.

You will get 2 seats in the Event Level Suite seating section tickets with access to the SPG Luxury Suite at Madison Square Garden.
In the suite you will get complimentary food and beverages.
You can request kosher food as well! Just include that in the “Other notes” section when redeeming for tickets.  Kosher food is available catered from Abigael’s or from the Carlos and Gabby’s stands.

2 tickets to Knicks or Rangers preseason games can be had for 20,000 Starpoints 2 tickets for regular season games can be had for 45,000 Starpoints.  That includes 2 excellent event level seats and kosher meals in the SPG suite!

There are also college games and other events available from 5,000 Starpoints for 2 tickets.

These are “buy-it-now” rates, not auction rates and they’re first come, first served.

Did you attend a game last season? Share your experience in the comments!

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Puppydogs

Correct me if I am wrong but it seems like the prices (starpoints required) have went up quite a bit from last year.

Dan

@Puppydogs:
Last year the Rangers regular season games were 25K and Knicks were 35K.
I guess they realized that was underpriced considering how fast they sold out last year.

DP7

Got in on the WBNA 500 point deal last month. Was worth that for the WBNA game, not much more.

Dan

@DP7:
That deal was worth it just for the food!
Where else are you getting kosher dinner for 250 points 😀

Eli Y.

HI Dann – Thanks!
Do you know if i can purchase some SPG points? im a bit short on points…

ybeeds

“Kosher meals are not available on Friday or Saturday events.” – lol

REALLY???

Are these seats really courtside? Does anyone know what section?

Anonymous

could you resell these?

Chris

Interesting that the dance music events cost more than Knicks or Ranger tickets. I have to wonder if people are actually buying those packages.

I’m a fan of dance music myself but 50,000 Starpoints to an event that is already general admission on the entire stadium floor with a low face face tickets seems quite the premium. I understand the suite benefits (food/drinks, closer reserved seats possibly in the suite) but still seems really high for a DJ and that is coming from a fan.

itsyehuda

@REALLY???:

They are in the first or second row of the seats that are above the floor. They are all the way on the side of where the stage is during concerts, so that they are great seats for concerts as well.

ybeeds

@Eli Y.: You can @ SPG.com

Moko

Do these college games come with the same premium food that Knicks games have?

Dan

@Moko:
They do!

Mike

Is it refundable?

Shimmy

In for some college basketball!! Thanks Dan!

mark weinberg

Hi Dan. I reserved for Knicks October 22nd. How does it work with the kosher food ? Do you order what u want ? Or is the food there already ? Is there a large selection ?

Bulls fan

Just went to the home opener. Here’s a quick rundown.
There is an underground suite that is a two minute walk from your seats. The suite has free drinks and if you request it, kosher food. The kosher food isn’t great all they had was deli sandwiches from Abigail’s, but it was so low quality I’m surprised that Abigail’s would put their name on it. They also had some cookies and some potato salid. If you’re interested for the food then it’s not worth the points.

However, if you like rangers/Knicks then you must go. It’s incredible to be so close and I highly recommend going early for the shoot around. It’s an hour before tipoff and the ushers let you go down to the front row if you’re nice and polite to them.

You’ll also see a lot of celebs sitting near you if it’s a big game.

Key point: it’s not worth it just for the food.

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