So was everyone told to call on Monday regardless of their tenure? I only have 2 years full season tenure. I am pretty sure some of you guys have more.
If thats the case, how does tenure really work if we all call the same day?
When I first got my tickets, I actually asked about this. The guy said it was tenure, but is usually about to where you are trying to upgrade. If I wanted to move to the 300's, I'm sure I could do it tomorrow. If you are in the 300's and want to move to 200-centers it may be harder. I don't think as many people ugrade as it may seem. You start to develop a camraderie (sp?) with the people around you. I used to see it before I had my tixx.
I have sat in the 400's since 1998, and I will never leave. I could win Mega Millions this week and I will keep my seats. The view is great, I can see the entire play, I sit with real fans, and most importantly, noone gets in my sight lines during the play. I have sat all over the place in the arena, and I'll take the 400's anyday of the week and and twice on sunday.
That's how I feel about my seats in sec 306 which are just inside the blueline on the NYR side but I have the last row in the section with a 10ft wall behind me so I get to stand up the whole time if I want or sit on the top of my seat as there is nobody behind me.
Wouldn't even think of trading up as a result but I am trying to get the other 2 seast in my row as there are only 6 and I have seats 1-4.
I spoke to a rep today and she commented that the renewal rate this year was very high. I sit in section 115 (behind the visiting goal) and she said my entire section was book and if I had wanted to move, the only chance I had to move was to a corner in the 100s.
As of yesterday, 228 was closest to center available in 200's. Some center section 300's were available but pretty much last row. Im in 313 so I am kinda on the edge of having seats I d be really happy with.
Seat are available in 200s behind the goal. You can really see some very interesting things there, but you dont get a feel for the entire game. If something happens on the other end you need to wait for the goal light or people to jump up.
I sat in 228 before and its "eh" for $30 more a game it needs to be more than "eh".
Dont know what I going to do. Seems to me like center section 200s might be the best value in the house, but nearly impossible to get.
I sat in the 200's behind the goal once, and thought it was terrible. Much harder to follow the play when the puck was in the other zone. When the play was near us, I found it difficult to see the ENTIRE play like I can from my 400's.