Madison Square Garden Renovations (Part V)
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01-18-2013, 01:43 PM
Join Date: Nov 2011
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Yea basically an entire section was relocated up there and its a 20 buck price difference per ticket, I would have been pissed. They moved me over 2 sections towards the net, still row 2 though.
Personally I think the demand for those first few rows in the blue seats will go up because of the lower cost compared to the regular 200s upper bowl sections when the bridges get put in. Its basically the main reason why I wanted to be there, I didnt want bridges in my field of view nxt year and at 22 years old, I cant forward to pay the ticket prices to be in the first 10 rows of the 200s. If I had the money I would want those row 1 of the 200s seats, I think they are the best in the house.
I was in 410 last year and was re located to West Balcony. I was able to slide back into 418 when they had the relocation process.
The 400's coincide to approx row 11-17 of the 200 levels in terms of how high they are. They are also cheaper than 200's and will not have the bridge issue.
So, I totally agree that they will be in higher demand moving forward.
Also agree that first few rows of 200's are best seats in the house. Row 3 of 200's would seem to be the best combination of price/view in the building.
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