Discussion in 'SOXual Healing' started by skottyj, Jan 17, 2017.
I don't think it all that confusing.
Is there a link on the SOX site? I see nothing useful.
I'm a little with cheeses on the pricing difference between Rivals and Weekday
With the Weekday you get 6 friday nights and the opener.
With the Rivals, you get only 2 fridays, but you get the Cubs and 2 Yankee games
Both plans have 3 Indians, 2 Tigers, 3 Twins, 1 of Yanks, KC, Bal, Pit, Mariners, Cards and Rays
Weekday has Opener vs Cubs in the Rivals plan
the other 4 games are Oak, Sea, Tex, Jays for Weekday vs Orioles, Boston, Indians, Yankees for Rivals.
Seems like a wash to me and the prices are pretty much the same, but the corners are cheaper in the Rivals plan, where the rest are either more expensive or the same. Sox must have received pricing guidelines from Frank Thomas and his restaurant.
She just called me; they're not sure if they're keeping family Sunday's yet. That would throw a wrench in my planning.
No family sundays would suck
Dear White Sox Season Ticket Holders,
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But how will all of this affect my 7 game plan? Are they getting rid of the best deal just as the team is starting to turn a corner? Why I..
Your 7 game will become a 10 game.
27 games in 2017 season for two seats cost me $ 1008.00.
20 games in 2018 season for two seats will cost me $ 927.00.
So much for not raising ticket prices.
When asked for a game by game price breakdown they answered with we don't have that yet. So they're pretty much just throwing shit at a wall and going to make it stick? @chops She did say that family Sunday's should stay the same.
Are you doing the weekend plan? Lack of Sundays on it would account for most of the difference, no?
2 Sunday games = 2 x 15.00 = 30.00 x 2 = $ 60.00.
17 Friday/Saturday games = 17 x 20 = 340.00 x 2 = $ 680.00.
680 + 60 = $ 740.00.
927-740 = $ 187.00.
187/2 = $93.50.
So either they kept prices the same on the lower corners like last year ($20 every game $15 on Sundays) and they almost DOUBLED the Cubs game ($49 last year.) Or they raised them across the board.
Family Sunday staying the same =
Sox raising prices =
Not trolling at all, but refresh our memory. Why do you go with the plan when you can just buy tix on Stubhub for much cheaper?
Guaranteed postseason tickets, brah.
You know, for the 2 home postseason games they've played in the last 12 seasons.
Held onto my ALDS tix in 2008 hoping that the SOX would win 1 in TB and prices would skyrocket for the home games....
Did you end up going to games 3 and 4?
Pre-game 3 haps.
Ended up going to Game 3...
Don't remember what I did with the Game 4 tix, but I'm sure it was
Took this pic at Game 4.
Hilarious to see what "Beers of the World" meant in 2008: Heineken, Tecate, Old Style, Amstel Light...
Yeah, I remember that being a revolution when Beers of the World became Beers of the Midwest a few years after.
Went for free to Game 3. Paid for game 4 like an asshole.
Gavin "Headcase" Floyd.
Which one of you gay gentlemen had the umbrella?
Not one of us. Mr. Tuxedo T-shirt is inr, and that's Chisoxjoe pointing at me.
So 6 tickets for $29 for uppers ($4.83/ea) and $59 for lowers ($9.83/ea), plus a nutcracker ornament, if you buy today.
Might buy my brother one.
Pretty solid actually
Purchasing decision require me to calculate the significant chance that they will completely fuck this up.
Of course they tack on $5 for shipping and $10 in fees at the end, plus $2.49 in tax that would be included in a regular ticket purchase, pushing the price per ticket to close to $8 a ticket with the 2 'freebies', and almost $12 without them.
Bulls Cyber Monday deal is 50% off certain games (including the Rockets) with taxes included and NO FEES.
They finally sent me a game by game breakdown for my 20 game plan for next season. Lower corners stayed 20 on weekdays and 15 on Sundays the only thing is this year you have to pay the taxes on top of the ticket price. So yeah they raised ticket prices.
She said it's because the city raised the amusement tax which they did but not on sporting events. Sporting events has been 12% for awhile now.
1. Raise ticket prices
2. Lie about it
3. Lie about the tax increase too
I think I mentioned this before: Pop prices in my work vending machine went up months ago, and the vendor posted a sign indicating that it was to compensate for the Cook County soda tax. Yet the increase started long before the tax started. Also, prices went up $.75 on an item with a $.20 tax and $.40 on an item with a $.12 tax. Somebody asked my boss about it last month, and she was all like
so I assume they got a substantial kickback from the vendor and don't want to admit it.
She hasn't returned my email calling them out on their bullshit that the sporting event tax wasn't raised.
Tax isn't tech gone until the 1st though...
I totally believe you now that you were not a total dick to that waitress that one time.
I just spoke with my manager and ticket prices stayed the same.
Since it is 20 games now and not 27, it is a less percentage of savings.
That is one of the biggest changes in the overall cost.
We didn’t add the tax on top of what you paid last year, it was baked into the price.
There is no discount on the lower corners for season ticket holders.
I don't understand what that is supposed to mean.
Uh what's the point of getting season tickets if there is no discount?
Same seat every game; tickets on passbook; ability to resell them directly and electronically on Stubhub; season ticket holder events and giveaways; no Ticketmaster fees.
You forgot access to playoff tickets.