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NyRangers88 05-30-2012 09:04 PM

2012-13 Ticket Prices (Part II)
 
Other thread is maxed out, continue here:handclap:

NYRKING30 05-30-2012 09:58 PM

Seating Upgrades come after Secondary Relocation process correct?

PassShootScore 05-30-2012 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRKING30 (Post 50332853)
Seating Upgrades come after Secondary Relocation process correct?

no it been stated here before and its in the renewal guide

NyRangers88 05-30-2012 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRKING30 (Post 50332853)
Seating Upgrades come after Secondary Relocation process correct?

No, its the other way around. Upgrades first, than secondary relocation.

NYRKING30 05-30-2012 10:03 PM

Thanks, now im nervous again :help:.

broadwayblue 05-30-2012 11:05 PM

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Originally Posted by MessierIsGod
Once the process begins, the early folks can let the rest of us here know what the exact available inventory is. It's really transparent compared to the other upgrades I had by phone in which you are relying on the mood, patience and reliability of the rep on the other line.

It's true some are definitely better than others. Fortunately I've been pretty lucky with those I spoke with...who were willing to put a few different sets of seats on hold while we discussed what was available and kept telling me not to worry about taking up their time as I considered my options.

vstk 05-30-2012 11:11 PM

We have been contacting the customer support for acquiring season tickets for some time and only gotten one answer back and when we said we would look at the 12-13 seating chart and think where we would prefer to sit they promised to call back the next day but never did.

Getting frustrated because we really want to subscribe to season tickets next year.

PassShootScore 05-30-2012 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by vstk (Post 50337751)
We have been contacting the customer support for acquiring season tickets for some time and only gotten one answer back and when we said we would look at the 12-13 seating chart and think where we would prefer to sit they promised to call back the next day but never did.

Getting frustrated because we really want to subscribe to season tickets next year.

keep calling there gonna make you put down a deposit but if you want upper bowl its gonna be real tough to get seats for next year

vstk 05-31-2012 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50340539)
keep calling there gonna make you put down a deposit but if you want upper bowl its gonna be real tough to get seats for next year

Finally got a hold of a sales representative and we put the deposit down. Said they are going to call somewhere in mid-july. We shall see who calls who.

NyRangers88 05-31-2012 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by vstk (Post 50357553)
Finally got a hold of a sales representative and we put the deposit down. Said they are going to call somewhere in mid-july. We shall see who calls who.

Where are you looking to get seats? It might be tough to get 200 level seats your first time out.

vstk 05-31-2012 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRangers88 (Post 50358387)
Where are you looking to get seats? It might be tough to get 200 level seats your first time out.

Basically anywhere from 208 to 214 and 217* to 227.

Mentally we are preparing for using the deposit to a half-season pass or a mini-plan of some sort. But, let's hope they can find 2 seats for us.

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NyRangers88 05-31-2012 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by vstk (Post 50358557)
Basically anywhere from 208 to 214 and 221 to 227.

Mentally we are preparing for using the deposit to a half-season pass or a mini-plan of some sort. But, let's hope they can find 2 seats for us.

Once the upgrade process starts, I'm sure everyone will have a better idea of availability in the 200's. Your best bet might be to get full seasons in the lower level and try and downgrade next year -- Just getting your foot in the door is the first step.

vstk 05-31-2012 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRangers88 (Post 50358675)
Once the upgrade process starts, I'm sure everyone will have a better idea of availability in the 200's. Your best bet might be to get full seasons in the lower level and try and downgrade next year -- Just getting your foot in the door is the first step.

The lower bowl might not be a best idea financially. So, let's hope for the best. And if not, then not. Theres always a next year.

PassShootScore 05-31-2012 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRangers88 (Post 50358675)
Once the upgrade process starts, I'm sure everyone will have a better idea of availability in the 200's. Your best bet might be to get full seasons in the lower level and try and downgrade next year -- Just getting your foot in the door is the first step.

your not allowed to downgrade

the best way to get your foot in the door is to buy a single seat in the cheapest area possible then the following year add seats to your plan

GordonGecko 05-31-2012 02:49 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50358951)
your not allowed to downgrade

I think there is a mechanism to downgrade, but can't recall the details that were posted here. One thing to consider, with a potential lockout to new year's, as many as 20 home games could be cut from the schedule. That would make a lot easier to swing if you have to buy more expensive seats

broadwayblue 05-31-2012 02:55 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50358951)
your not allowed to downgrade

the best way to get your foot in the door is to buy a single seat in the cheapest area possible then the following year add seats to your plan

I still don't understand this whole "you're not allowed to downgrade" concept. Are you suggesting that once you purchase seats you are stuck with that price point for the rest of your term as a season subscriber? If I buy seats that cost $100/ticket and after a couple of years they are now going for $150/ticket and I can't afford them anymore I'm not allowed to relocate to seats that cost $100/ticket if that's what my budget allows? This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.

NyRangers88 05-31-2012 03:00 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50358951)
your not allowed to downgrade

the best way to get your foot in the door is to buy a single seat in the cheapest area possible then the following year add seats to your plan

They want you to believe your not allowed to downgrade -- however they have made many exceptions (myself included).


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Originally Posted by broadwayblue (Post 50359615)
This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.

Nothing this organization does ever makes sense. It's a ridiculous policy and after numerous emails and phone calls to my rep (after he ignored me for a few weeks), they finally retracted that policy and said downgrades were allowed in extenuating circumstances.

PassShootScore 05-31-2012 03:02 PM

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Originally Posted by broadwayblue (Post 50359615)
I still don't understand this whole "you're not allowed to downgrade" concept. Are you suggesting that once you purchase seats you are stuck with that price point for the rest of your term as a season subscriber? If I buy seats that cost $100/ticket and after a couple of years they are now going for $150/ticket and I can't afford them anymore I'm not allowed to relocate to seats that cost $100/ticket if that's what my budget allows? This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.

thats what they have told me

PassShootScore 05-31-2012 03:03 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRangers88 (Post 50359783)
They want you to believe your not allowed to downgrade -- however they have made many exceptions (myself included).

that could be the case did they place you in new seats yet or are you still waiting for the secondary relocation process

NyRangers88 05-31-2012 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50359879)
that could be the case did they place you in new seats yet or are you still waiting for the secondary relocation process

No, I still don't have new seats yet. Nobody does -- I don't think they started the upgrade process.

Abooch68 05-31-2012 03:08 PM

I put a deposit down in March and was offered playoff strips in section 312 this year... Hopefully I get offered something in the upper bowl which is (what I'm down for) because I really can't do more than $79 a ticket..

PassShootScore 05-31-2012 03:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Abooch68 (Post 50360071)
I put a deposit down in March and was offered playoff strips in section 312 this year... Hopefully I get offered something in the upper bowl which is (what I'm down for) because I really can't do more than $79 a ticket..

just out of curiosity have they give you a wait list number?

Abooch68 05-31-2012 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by steven9d3 (Post 50360189)
just out of curiosity have they give you a wait list number?

nope.. don't think they do this.. I email my rep sporadically to see what's up though. Keep getting the July time frame.

NYRKING30 05-31-2012 03:58 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRangers88 (Post 50359959)
No, I still don't have new seats yet. Nobody does -- I don't think they started the upgrade process.

Were you the one that got screwed by getting one of the first 2 rows in the 200s? I am waiting for the secondary relocation process myself.

NyRangers88 05-31-2012 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by NYRKING30 (Post 50362017)
Were you the one that got screwed by getting one of the first 2 rows in the 200s? I am waiting for the secondary relocation process myself.

No, they put in me in Row 14 of the 200's which are $73.00 each. One row back (Row 15) is $50.00 each.


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