Your US Open 2021 experience starts here. Join us in the big apple, New York, for the final tennis Grand Slam of the year —the US Open. After a number of high-profile tennis superstars, including Ash Barty, Nick Kyrgios and Rafael Nadal boycotted the US Open in 2020 due to COVID-19, the US Open will be back to normal in 2021 and ready to put on a show!
Our team are currently working on our US Open tennis packages for 2021 and they’re not quite ready yet. To be the first to know when they’re available, we recommend joining our waitlist. By joining, you’ll also get early-bird pricing and a priority access window, so you can book your trip before everyone else!
Experience the final Grand Slam of the year in Flushing Meadows, New York
The US Open is the ‘fun Grand Slam’ and in contrast to the ancient traditions at Wimbledon and the reserved French ambience at Roland Garros, the US Open is very American—in a good way! Fans cheer and sing to loud music played over speakers and players engage and embrace with the crowd. This makes the packed courts feel energetic and lively, while creating a festival-like atmosphere that’s fun and welcoming.Read moreRead less
The US Open is a hard-court tournament that takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Queens, New York. Matches are played over a two week period, both during the day and at night with two main ticketed stadiums, Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong where the big matches happen. You can also access grounds pass tickets and experience all the fun and frivolity of the outside courts by themselves or with a reserve ticket to one of the main courts.
If you’ve dreamt of experiencing the US Open, 2021 is a great year to make that dream happen. After the US Open in 2020 was impacted by COVID-19, fans and players will be back in 2021 with a vengeance and we expect it to be a great value year too; with prices remaining stable for hotels, tickets and hospitality. To get you there, we will have a range of US Open 2021 packages available soon. Our packages include guaranteed tickets, hospitality, accommodation and optional travel services, such as flights, travel insurance, transport and more. Our team are currently working on our US Open packages and they’re not yet available for 2021. We recommended joining our waitlist to be the first to hear when our packages are released.
We look forward to welcoming you to Flushing Meadows and New York City in 2021 for the US Open!
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New York is one of the world’s most iconic cities. When one thinks of New York, they conjure up images of architectural skyscrapers, yellow cabs, hip museums, dazzling street corners, hustle and bustle. New York is all of these things and more. New York is a mesmerising city that needs to be embraced to be truly understood. It’s a busy place sure, but if you look close enough, you can find calm within the mass of grey concrete. New York is known for arts, including The Met, MoMA and Guggenheim, with plenty of smaller art galleries and shows on year-round that offer a glimpse into current and future trends. Then there’s famous landmarks, too numerous to name, and historic places that capture the imagination and zeitgeist of the ever-evolving city. Whether you’re into sports, fashion, history, galleries, celebrity spotting, finance, gastronomy, entertainment, broadway or any other discipline you can think of, New York has something for you. Some of our favourite places to spend time include Central Park, The Highline, Madison Square Garden, Rockerfeller Center, Guggenheim and the Flatiron. By night, head to roof top bars or underground jazz clubs to experience the city that never sleeps.
If you’re staying a while we recommend exploring Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island, with a trip to the beaches of The Hamptons an enjoyable day-out. Ultimately, New York has something for everyone, it’s up to you to get the most out of it. Visitors should choose where they stay wisely, because there’s a lot to see and do and it takes a while to traverse around town, a lot longer than you think. Our Travel Experts are on hand to ensure that your New York experience is just right for you.
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The weather during August and September is lovely in New York, with daily temperatures sitting around 16-24ºC. Rain can be expected but shouldn’t impact your activities too greatly with only 8 days of rain expected throughout the month. Daylight hours are extended so afternoon activities are pleasant.