MBB Ticket Sales?

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  1. TheHelgo

    TheHelgo Well-Known Member

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    are ticket sales not going very well? I got an automated call from Hoiberg tonight asking me to buy tickets. While appreciated, this is not something that happened any other year. I guess I could buy a couple if I had someone to unload them to, but I cannot make the trip from STL too often.
     
  2. CycloneErik

    CycloneErik Well-Known Member

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    No report, but the special efforts indicate that they "have a way to go."
     
  3. clone52

    clone52 Well-Known Member

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    What is your ticket purchasing history basketball wise? Did you have season tickets or buy single game tickets from the ticket office the last couple of years?
     
  4. alarson

    alarson Well-Known Member

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    Question for anyone..

    I see the 20-29 seats.. assuming equal donation level, does that mean you can get the same seats as another member paying 350, for 250, along the sides, or is there a special seating area for 20-29?
     
  5. sodakjoe

    sodakjoe Well-Known Member

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    Are you thinking about getting tickets? I would be in for the $99 tickets, but I'm trying to find someone I know to sit with.
     
  6. TheHelgo

    TheHelgo Well-Known Member

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    #6 TheHelgo, Oct 13, 2010
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    i pretty much have no history with season bball tickets. Captains donor with season FBall tickets every year.

    EDIT: I just got an email from Hoiberg telling me i qualify to buy tickets in 105, 106, or 117.
     
  7. azepp

    azepp Well-Known Member

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    Not sure about basketball, but for football the 20-29 seats are the same as if you had paid full price for being over 30.
     
  8. azepp

    azepp Well-Known Member

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    It's strange though that regular priced basketball season tickets are less than football ($350 vs. $375) but the 20-29 tickets are more ($250 vs. $225).
     

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