VIP Shopping experience at Short Hills Mall

Regardless if you shop local or not – there will undoubtedly be some reason to take a swing out to an upscale shopping center like the Mall at Short Hills. And after reading this awesome setup they have their for certain Chase members, you might want to try it out ASAP! Could take the pain out of some of your shopping endeavors – plus meet sports celebrities like Michael Strahan and Vinnie Testaverde! Even Hoboken “celebrity” Buddy Valastro of Cake Boss fame will schlep out there as well.

Short Hills offers VIP Lounge, special events and other amenities

Chase is bringing back the VIP Lounge bigger and better this Holiday season as a benefit exclusively for Continental and United Cardmembers in Short Hills Mall, New Jersey.

Opening on November 25th, the VIP Lounge is available to pamper tired holiday shoppers daily through December 24th, from 11am until mall closing. Every day Cardmembers get access to complimentary amenities such as gift wrapping, coat and bag check, refreshments, Wi-Fi, comfortable seating and reading materials. New this year, the VIP Lounge will host a series of Inside Access events featuring football legends and other local VIPs. All proceeds from the Inside Access events will be donated to the celebrity’s charity of choice. In addition to the complimentary amenities and Inside Access events, the lounge offers Weekly Features including Football Sundays, Toys for Tots Tuesdays and Carlo’s Bakery Fridays. The lounge is located in the Short Hills Mall on the second floor near Bloomingdale’s.

Visit ChaseVIPLounge.com for a calendar of events, hours of operations and other information.

  • WHO: Open to all exclusively to Continental and United Chase Cardmembers.
  • WHEN: November 25 – December 24, 11:00 a.m. until mall closing except during Inside Access Events.
  • WHERE: The Mall at Short Hills

Upcoming events at the Chase VIP Lounge:

Monday Night Football with Michael Strahan
Monday, November 28, 7 – 10 p.m.

Spend an evening with former New York Giant’s football player and Fox Sports football analyst Michael Strahan. Join him in an interactive “Chalk Talk” about the current pro football season and Monday night’s New York vs. New Orleans game, enjoy complimentary food and beverages, and take home an autographed gift. $50 per ticket, max two persons per reservation (All proceeds benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital).

Monday Night Football with Vinny Testaverde
Monday, December 5, 7 – 10 p.m.

Watch the San Diego vs. Jacksonville game with former New York pro-football legend Vinny Testaverde. Join him in an interactive “Chalk Talk” as he leads a discussion about the current season and Monday night’s game, help yourself to complimentary food and beverages, and take home a signed gift. $50 per ticket, max two persons per reservation (All proceeds benefit Families of September 11).

Meet Buddy Valastro
Wednesday, December 7, 7-10pm

Spend an evening with celebrity baker and TV star Buddy Valastro of Carlo’s Bakery. Watch him ice a cake and sample some of his famous creations. Take home Buddy’s latest book, Baking with the Cake Boss, and have a chance to receive “Fast Passes” to the renowned Carlo’s Bake Shop in Hoboken, N.J. $50 per ticket, max two persons per reservation (All proceeds will benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation® of New Jersey).

Cardmembers can call 1-888-710-8258 to RSVP, first come first serve limited to 40 spaces. Maximum two persons per reservation. Limit one event per person.

Other Weekly Chase VIP Lounge Features:

  • Football Sundays – Visitors can watch the games on HDTV and enjoy tasty tailgating food
  • Toys for Tots Tuesdays – Cardmembers can bring in an unwrapped new toy every Tuesday and take home 2 United Club lounge passes. See ChaseVIPLounge.com for terms and conditions.
  • Carlo’s Bakery Fridays – Lounge goers are invited to taste the delectable cookies baked by Buddy Valastro of renowned Carlo’s Bakery

Everyday Complimentary Amenities Include:

  • Free Bag Check: Consistent with one of the benefits of the Continental OnePass® Plus and United MileagePlus® Explorer credit cards, which allow cardmembers to check bags for free on Continental and United flights, the VIP Lounge lets cardmembers check shopping bags at no charge. Guests can drop off their bags to lighten their loads then continue shopping.
  • Complimentary Gift Wrapping Services: Cardmembers can have their gifts wrapped in the VIP Lounge by professional gift wrappers.
  • Hospitality and Amenities: For cardmembers who prefer to kick their feet up and let others do the shopping, the VIP Lounge offers comfortable seating, iPads to check email or browse the Internet, free Wi-Fi and HDTVs that will broadcast sports games and other popular programming. Guests can also enjoy a caffeine pick-me-up, relaxing hot herbal tea or holiday-themed refreshments and access a mobile phone charger at the VIP Lounge’s convenient charging station.

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6 Comments on "VIP Shopping experience at Short Hills Mall"

mooshu
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mooshu

Among the most boring goddamn activities I’ve heard of so far.

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

mooshey poo..The pot calling the kettle black.BORING? GET YOUSELF SOME SARAN WRAP… 🙁 [quote comment=”212519″]Among the most boring goddamn activities I’ve heard of so far.[/quote]

QJ201
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QJ201

A private lounge in a snotty mall. The snobs can now look down on the other snobs.

NJDiver
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Thee 99% are not amused…
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emarche
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Alright. So, we’ve officially hit the ‘this is what we should’ve been afraid would happen’ phase of this whole ‘99%’ business. Look, noone can deny that there is a HUGE gap between the wealthy and the not-wealthy (and the ‘hey, you’re not TECHNICALLY wealthy, but come on: you live better than 99% of the rest of the world if not the USA’): plenty of facts and figures to back that up. And it’s not a simple enough problem that it can be solved with a “get a job” or “pick yourself by your bootstraps” or “work harder”, etc. But this is the worrying thing: this whole ‘99%’ thing is fast becoming a crutch. So now instead of saying, “Hey, I could’ve gotten ahead except I was a) in the wrong place at the wrong time b) an oppressed minority (be it black, latino, American Indian, Pacific Islander, Female, Gay, Moderately Confused White Guy from a Broken Home, etc.) c) kept down by the MAN we now have d) part of the 99%. Someone’s got a nicer car than you? THE 99% ARE NOT PLEASED! Someone’s got a more attractive date than you? THE 99% WERE SCREWED AGAIN! Something not go your way? THE 99% ARE MAD AS HELL AND WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE! Go back and read the terms and conditions of the “lounge”: it’s open to EVERYONE who is a Continental or United Chase member. They give those cards away like low-rent local politicos festoon our town… Read more »
wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1
marche..let me add to your well said comment…Did you forget that had we stopped sending billions to the mid east ,such as pakistan ,and isreal as well as some other chit arse countries maybe the haves and have nots would have a chance? btw our kids don’t belong in those chit arse countries..you can kill the man but not the cause after over 5000 years of recorded history..take care of home first..A tip of the hat to those who made their way and shame on the jealous ones that feel entitlled to a fair share.My Pop use to say, you dont work you dont eat/ you dont eat you dont chit./ Just take note how they get rid of leaders who rule but don’t govern in the mid east countries..boy are some people luckey…your correct marche.. 😀 [quote comment=”212502″]Alright. So, we’ve officially hit the ‘this is what we should’ve been afraid would happen’ phase of this whole ’99%’ business. Look, noone can deny that there is a HUGE gap between the wealthy and the not-wealthy (and the ‘hey, you’re not TECHNICALLY wealthy, but come on: you live better than 99% of the rest of the world if not the USA’): plenty of facts and figures to back that up. And it’s not a simple enough problem that it can be solved with a “get a job” or “pick yourself by your bootstraps” or “work harder”, etc. But this is the worrying thing: this whole ’99%’ thing is fast becoming a… Read more »
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