Weston, CT (PRWEB) August 21, 2009
US Ticket Search, a tri-state entertainment purchasing and planning consultancy, today announces why Louis Armstrong Stadium is still the best kept secret at the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament. This venue, also known as Stadium 2, provides a more intimate setting in which to enjoy your favorite tennis stars in action.
This smaller venue offers courtside and reserved loge seats that are closer to the court and more affordable than comparable seats in Arthur Ashe Stadium. These tickets, available for the first 7 days of the tournament, are good for the entire day's play, generally 4 to 5 matches, and the action often goes well into the evening. You would need both day and night session tickets in Arthur Ashe to enjoy the same amount of tennis at a minimum of three times the cost.
"On Labor Day Weekend, the player match ups will generally be with similarly seeded players providing a more exciting level of play," said Tom Stevenson, founder and CEO of US Ticket Search. "It is also not uncommon to see a top ranked player here if there have been any schedule delays. We believe that these three days offer the absolute best value for your dollar of the entire tournament. I've been going on Sunday (session 13) for over 10 years now. In this current economy, you can still see some great tennis at an affordable price".
We have monitored the market and are offering the best values in Courtside Seating in Louis Armstrong Stadium this year, and we have an excellent selection to choose from with prices to fit any budget.
About US Ticket Search
U.S. Ticket Search is a relationship-based live entertainment ticket purchasing and consulting company that helps plan, meet, and economize the entertainment needs of individuals and corporations. For almost 15 years, our philosophy of providing top-flight customer service has distinguished us from ticket brokers and on-line ticket portals. Our knowledge of the ticket-selling markets allows us to be a consulting partner that maximizes value for those with ongoing entertainment needs.
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