Consumers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have a shot at scoring free U.S. Open tennis tickets, courtesy of Chase. The banking giant...

Consumers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have a shot at scoring free U.S. Open tennis tickets, courtesy of Chase.

The banking giant is turning its 800 branches and 2,300 ATMs in the New York/Tri-state area into instant-win machines that will dispense receipts and game pieces good for two free tickets to the Open at the USTA tennis center. . .

This is the first time the bank has used teller receipts as game pieces and scratch-and-win game pieces. Consumers need to check the back of their Chase teller and ATM receipts, or scratch off a game piece they receive from a personal banker, and if a blue tennis ball with the words “Winner!: You’ve Won 2 US Open Tickets!” is printed on the back, they win.


Winners can bring in the receipts or game pieces to any Chase branch by August 18th to receive two free tickets in the mail. The tournament runs from August 27th through September 9th. For more information visit: Chase.com/USOpenTicketRules.