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    Nothing in the online invoice about a 10% renewal discount.

    Also dont they usually include the following season invoice with the playoff invoice?

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    renewal invoices posted, 10% average ticket increase

    upper bowl center now $103 each and $74 each

    getting $$$$$$$

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    Im scared to look.

    By the way I read that they are cancelling accounts that are linked to ticket brokers. I dont know how I feel about this, on one side I think its great but then again I think this is more of a ploy of MSG to take these tickets and resell them on their own, basically being there own secondary market reseller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Heaven View Post
    Im scared to look.

    By the way I read that they are cancelling accounts that are linked to ticket brokers. I dont know how I feel about this, on one side I think its great but then again I think this is more of a ploy of MSG to take these tickets and resell them on their own, basically being there own secondary market reseller.
    Hmmmmmm interesting that they used Keith Yandle in the renewal video.

    My tickets jump from $58 to $62. The days of $1-$2 increases are over....Now $4
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    Glad I gave up my tickets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Heaven View Post
    Hmmmmmm interesting that they used Keith Yandle in the renewal video.

    My tickets jump from $58 to $62. The days of $1-$2 increases are over....Now $4
    Why's it weird? You're paying him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Why's it weird? You're paying him!
    Why? B/c he most likely wont be on the team next season unless Gorton can work some magic "Look forward to spending the 2016-17 season with you"

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    2016-17 *FULL* SEASON TICKET FACE VALUES:
    (For existing STHs - new STHs pay more)

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    2015-16
    2016-17
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    400-Level Obstructed Rows 6-7 $33 $35 +6.0%
    400-Level Rows 1-5 $53 $57 +7.5%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Upper Rows (15-20+) $58 $62 +6.9%
    Upper Bowl Center - Upper Rows (15-20+) $62 $74 +19.4%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Lower Rows (3-14) $83 $92 +10.8%
    Upper Bowl Center - Lower Rows (3-14) $91 $103 +13.2%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Gallery Row 1 $142 $149 +4.9%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Gallery Row 2 $91 $103 +13.2%
    Upper Bowl Center - Gallery Row 1 $176
    Upper Bowl Center - Gallery Row 2 $108 $122 +13.0%
    Lower Bowl Goal - Upper Rows $127
    Lower Bowl Goal - Upper Rows Shoot 2x $133 $139 +4.5%
    Lower Bowl Goal - Lower Rows $171 $180 +5.3%
    Lower Bowl Corner - Upper Rows $147 $167 +13.6%
    Lower Bowl Corner - Middle Rows $188 $195 +3.7%
    Last edited by GordonGecko; 03-31-2016 at 03:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
    2016-17 *FULL* SEASON TICKET FACE VALUES:
    (For existing STHs - new STHs pay more)

    Section
    2015-16
    2016-17
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    400-Level Obstructed Rows 6-7 $33 $35 +6.0%
    400-Level Rows 1-5 $53 $57 +7.5%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Upper Rows (15-20+) $58 $62 +6.9%
    Upper Bowl Center - Upper Rows (15-20+) $62 $74 +19.4%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Lower Rows (3-14) $83 $92 +10.8%
    Upper Bowl Center - Lower Rows (3-14) $91 $103 +13.2%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Gallery Row 1 $142 $149 +4.9%
    Upper Bowl Corner - Gallery Row 2 $91 $103 +13.2%
    Upper Bowl Center - Gallery Row 1 $176
    Upper Bowl Center - Gallery Row 2 $108 $122 +13.0%
    Lower Bowl Goal - Upper Rows $127
    Lower Bowl Goal - Upper Rows Shoot 2x $133 $139 +4.5%
    Lower Bowl Goal - Lower Rows $171 $180 +5.3%
    Lower Bowl Corner - Upper Rows $147
    Lower Bowl Corner - Middle Rows $188 $195 +3.7%
    Holy shit, Upper Bowl Center Rows 15-20+ goes from $62 to $74. Thats insane. Thats gonna hurt a lot of STH.

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    Season tickets have been shipped, will begin arriving tomorrow

    Couple new logos for 2016:




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    amazing what they charge for a team that's won so little. was on vacation and saw a redwings fan with an 11 stanley cup tee shirts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slobberknocker View Post
    amazing what they charge for a team that's won so little. was on vacation and saw a redwings fan with an 11 stanley cup tee shirts
    Winning has absolutely 0 correlation with ticket prices in any sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future View Post
    Winning has absolutely 0 correlation with ticket prices in any sport.
    Bingo! Maple Leafs have the highest average ticket prices, and have the longest Stanley Cup drought. Pretty much supply vs. demand.

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    Check out Cub prices and see how that logic falls apart.

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    MSG is the big winner in life for sports venues. They have a renovated climate controlled indoor arena with only <20,000 seats sitting on top of the biggest transit hub in the biggest city of the Western Hemisphere. Then you have only 44 hockey & NBA games per year (compared to a 50,000 stadium with 81 games up in the bronx or in flushing, for example). So it's not just about hockey or basketball fans anymore, it's about the tourist and corporate destination.

    I sold a bunch of my games on stubhub already and the UPS label has me shipping majority overseas. Lots of buyers in the UK, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, you name it. The place is an entertainment & hospitality destination now. Even if the teams suck and lose, they'll still get stupid money.

    And as crazy as the Rangers are right now, tickets are nothing compared to the Knicks. I'm getting 50% over face value for PRESEASON games. I sold some $49 tickets to the 12/25 game for $350 each. It's completely insane

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
    MSG is the big winner in life for sports venues. They have a renovated climate controlled indoor arena with only <20,000 seats sitting on top of the biggest transit hub in the biggest city of the Western Hemisphere. Then you have only 44 hockey & NBA games per year (compared to a 50,000 stadium with 81 games up in the bronx or in flushing, for example). So it's not just about hockey or basketball fans anymore, it's about the tourist and corporate destination.

    I sold a bunch of my games on stubhub already and the UPS label has me shipping majority overseas. Lots of buyers in the UK, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, you name it. The place is an entertainment & hospitality destination now. Even if the teams suck and lose, they'll still get stupid money.

    And as crazy as the Rangers are right now, tickets are nothing compared to the Knicks. I'm getting 50% over face value for PRESEASON games. I sold some $49 tickets to the 12/25 game for $350 each. It's completely insane
    I sold 19 games so far....I have never sold my tickets through stubhub but I see that tickets cant be downloaded into a PDF format 72 hours before game time, now my issue is, im going to be in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean/Caribbean the first week of November, how am I going to upload these tickets to Stubhub?

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    Do you guys know anything about the mini-game plans which are about 10 games ? Have you done them in the past ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paddynyc View Post
    Do you guys know anything about the mini-game plans which are about 10 games ? Have you done them in the past ?
    It's an expen$ive proposition. Partial plans are heavily marked up from the full season price. Probably the only way you come out on top versus cherry picking off the secondary market is if you manage to score playoff strips. But I'm not sure 10 game plans come with any playoff rights? Anyways, below are the prices they are charging for partial tickets and how they compare to full season tenured (new full seasons pay more than people having seasons for 1+,2+ years)

    2016-17 Standard ticket prices for PARTIAL PLAN subscribers (11/12/21/22 games)

    __________SECTION_NAME__________
    BASE PRICE
    _AISLE_
    SHOOT 2X
    SHOOT 2X AISLE
    Club Gold $369
    Club Blue $341 $344 $350 $353
    Club $268 $271
    100 Lower Level Corners $219 $222 $223 $226
    Gallery Front Row Center $209 $212
    100 Level Lower Goal $201 $204 $203 $209
    100 Level Corners $180 $183 $185 $192
    100 Level Goal $158 $161 $161
    200 Level 1st Row Goal $168 $171
    Chase Bridge Center $161
    Chase Bridge Corner $146 $149
    200 Level 2nd Row Center $149
    East Balcony Lounge Club $138 $141
    200 Level Center 2nd Row End $130 $133
    200 Level Lower $118 $121
    200 Level Center $106


    2016-17 FULL TENURED vs. PARTIAL PLAN Ticket Price Comparison

    __________SECTION_NAME__________
    __FULL__
    PARTIAL
    PREMIUM
    Club Gold $345 $369 7.0%
    Club Blue $317 $341 7.6%
    Club $246 $268 8.9%
    100 Lower Level Corners $200 $219 9.5%
    Gallery Front Row Center $190 $209 10.0%
    100 Level Lower Goal $180 $201 11.7%
    100 Level Corners $156 $180 15.4%
    100 Level Goal $134 $158 17.9%
    200 Level 1st Row Goal $149 $168 12.8%
    Chase Bridge Center $133 $161 21.1%
    Chase Bridge Corner $121 $146 20.7%
    200 Level 2nd Row Center $122 $149 22.1%
    East Balcony Lounge Club $113 $138 22.1%
    200 Level Center 2nd Row End $103 $130 26.2%
    200 Level Lower $92 $118 28.3%
    200 Level Center $74 $106 43.2%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Heaven View Post
    I sold 19 games so far....I have never sold my tickets through stubhub but I see that tickets cant be downloaded into a PDF format 72 hours before game time, now my issue is, im going to be in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean/Caribbean the first week of November, how am I going to upload these tickets to Stubhub?
    That's why I listed everything UPS delivery. You can ask stubhub to convert to hard sale but they would charge you an extra $10-$15 per sale to cover the shipping. But if you're away for a week in November you'll be missing 3 or 4 games at most. Might be worth it to swallow that extra cost. But I don't see why you couldn't just do it from the Caribbean, surely there's internet

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    Thanks GG and I did call the number and here is what they offered. "The 1926 Plan" 11 games for $5900 for 3 seats section 120 and row 22 ($178 per) and "The Blueshirt Plan" 12 games for $7300 3 seats section 110 and row 14 ($202) which is real close to what you have in your grid.
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