110 East 2nd
Austin, TX 78701
$179 + tax
304 East Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX 78701
$179 + tax
Supershuttle: Fee $15 (one way). Reservations required.
Estimated taxi fare: $32 (one way)
Bus service fee: $2 (one way)
Texas Eagle: Chicago – San Antonio
Metro Bus #4 $1.25
Metro Bus #7 $1.25
MetroRail $3.50 (30 min)
- Street Parking:
$2 hr; ParkATX app or Google Maps
- Uber from the Bridge Center
- Metro Bus Service $1.25
- MetroRail and MetroExpress $3.50
- JW Marriott: 0-3 hrs, $20; 3-6 hrs, $30; 6+ hrs, $49
- Austin City Hall Garage: 3+ hours $25
- Frost Tower Garage (Premier Parking):
401 Congress Ave, (3 blocks), 1400 spaces
$33 ($15 with QR code)
- Austin Convention Center
2nd St. Garage: 201 E 2nd St, (one block away) 8 hrs $10, 12 hrs $15, 1000 spaces
We can purchase pre-paid vouchers 30 days prior – no refunds.
All players must have an ACBL member number to participate in any event (ACBL member numbers are valid for life, even if your membership is inactive). If you have never been an ACBL member, you can purchase a full-year membership or become a guest member (120 days Free). Join now!
Entry Fees (per person/per session)
All fees are subject to change without notice.
|Events||ACBL Members*||Inactive members**|
|NABC+ (Platinum points)
$1.50 per entry benefits the International Fund
|NABC (Gold and Red points)||$22||Not Eligible|
|Regional / Gold Rush (Gold and Red points)||$20||$24|
|Intermediate/Newcomer (0-299er, Red points)||$15||$19|
* Members who are up-to-date with their membership dues or service fee** Inactive members may renew during the event, or pay a $4 upcharge per session
Team Entry Fees: For team events of three or more sessions, the entry fee is the base price of the event, times the number of people on the team. For example, an event with a base price of $20 is $80 for a team of four, $100 for a team of five, or $120 for a team of six. In all team events, except one- or two-session Swiss events, entry fees are charged on a per person basis.
Screen Fees: $10 per session per pair and $20 per session per team is added to events when screens are in use.
Coming Soon Conditions of Contest
Like all Olympic sports, bridge has a precise set of rules for competition. The Conditions of Contest detail these protocols and regulations for every event played at the NABC. Whether you need to know the rules for General Knockout Teams or you are looking for specific information about Blue Ribbon Pairs, the Conditions of Contest will guide you.
While you’re in Austin, take some time to explore the city and some of its one-of-a-kind attractions! While known for its thriving live music scene, there’s plenty more to do in this Texas town, like visiting historic sites, sampling local barbecue and Tex-Mex, viewing local art and more.
Texas State Capitol
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
1100 Congress Ave.
Holding the largest public art collection in Central Texas, the Blanton Museum of Art has been recognized for its selection of modern and contemporary American and Latin American art as well as European paintings, prints and drawings.
Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
200 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.
See the “Story of Texas” with three floors of interactive exhibits at the Bullock Texas State History Museum or take in an IMAX or special effects show. In November, there will be a visiting exhibition of American folk art and objects. Advance tickets are required.
Daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
1800 N. Congress Ave.
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|Position||Name & Email|
|I/N Chair||Jean Durocher
|I/N Co-Chair||Earnestine Broyles
|Facilities Coordinator||Tom Bell
|Volunteer Hospitality||Cindy Bell
|Restaurant Guide||Larry Davis