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Apex wrote:I don't know if this explains it completely, but I know this is one factor. You're right, there aren't 48,000 full season tickets sold, but there are also a lot of partial season tickets. The Orioles give all season ticket holders (full and partial) an option to buy opening day tickets. Since most probably take them up on the offer, I think that would explain why they would all go before being available to the general public.
justinA wrote:I guess your right, but who in there right mind would buy partial season tickets in section 355!!! lol..
Apex wrote:justinA wrote:I guess your right, but who in there right mind would buy partial season tickets in section 355!!! lol..
No one's buying season tickets there, but think about it. If someone buys a 13-game plan in a decent seat, there are probably 7 other people that have 13-game plans there as well. If they all order opening day tickets, they're not all going to sit on top of each other on opening day. Their opening day tickets are spread out all over the ballpark, and some of them just have to take what they can get in section 355.
tool069c wrote:Well the way the redsox do it, is all opening day tix are obviously included in season tickets, also they are sold as 4 and 10 game packages, which went on sale a month before the single game tix. That's hpw boston works anyways...
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