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08-19-2014, 04:30 PM
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I don't have any other charges and I always do E-Tickets so no shipping charges. The only thing I have is the tickets charge. I"ve never done installments and averaged out over three installments, the payment was somewhat less then it should have been.
So I just looked at my invoice (which includes the $25 shipping charge) and despite what I wrote I'm paying the same each month except for a bit extra the last month (I chose the 9 month plan).

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So I just looked at my invoice (which includes the $25 shipping charge) and despite what I wrote I'm paying the same each month except for a bit extra the last month (I chose the 9 month plan).
Half season doesn't have a 9 month option.

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The Rangers dynamic pricing algorithms are seriously FUBARed. Just took a peak at the preseason and row 7 of section 420 is priced at $109+FEES

lol (these are $39 STH price tix for regular season)

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The Rangers dynamic pricing algorithms are seriously FUBARed. Just took a peak at the preseason and row 7 of section 420 is prices at $109+FEES

lol (these are $39 STH price tix for regular season)
Yet, rows 1-5 are are $56 + fees

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The Rangers dynamic pricing algorithms are seriously FUBARed. Just took a peak at the preseason and row 7 of section 420 is prices at $109+FEES

lol (these are $39 STH price tix for regular season)
They are going to murder the market this year. I can't wait to see the prices on the regular season seats for those.

Good for us who are sellers, bad for everyone else and potentially crippling for attendance.

One things for sure though, the Garden will only continue to be more watered down.

Also, hilarious to think of where we were a few months ago in the madness of SCF tickets and now back to this.


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For ***** and giggles I looked at the Islanders STH prices. To be in their "Elite Club" you have to buy in the top two tiers. 100/Game and 123/Game. Unreal haha.

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I have been working with Algo's, adjusting each seat in the Garden to it's proper value, relative to all the other seats while fooling around with starting time with regard to opponent and day of the wk thrown into the mix. I ran regressions while consulting other sales sites all trying to come up with the proper valuation for each Ranger exhibition game.

My wife said, "forget it. I'm listing them on Stubhub for approx 50% off face".

I think she's right.

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Between StubHub and TM+ which have you had more success selling your tickets on? Which do you prefer?

Last year it seemed that TM+ fees (when tickets were sold through the Rangers Account Manager) were really high compared to SH. So I just used SH.

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The Rangers ticket exchange is the most convenient. I was in Walt Disney World during the latter part of the ECF and had to sell my Game 6 tickets. (It still hurts). I had like a day and a half...the listing there sold first and I had to do nothing after posting. The tickets were sent to the buyer, money went into my account. Which made things a bit easier- no uploading PDF's for a Craigslist buyer etc. while trying to get on the Seven Dwarves' Mine Train lol.

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Seat Selection and Relocation

It's been a long, busy summer at work so I think I missed it, but can someone confirm when the upgrade/relocation period was this year?

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It's been a long, busy summer at work so I think I missed it, but can someone confirm when the upgrade/relocation period was this year?
Late June and early July.

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Might sound like a silly question, but what's the best way to start a conversation with a rep about acquiring season tickets in the future? I e-mailed seasonsubscriptions@msg.com around 2 weeks ago asking for information about how I would go about becoming a first time STH or half-season ticket holder for the 15-16 season, and nobody has gotten back to me. Are they just ignoring my e-mail because I'm asking about next season too early? Is e-mail not the best way to get in contact with a rep? Any information would be appreciated, thanks!

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Might sound like a silly question, but what's the best way to start a conversation with a rep about acquiring season tickets in the future? I e-mailed seasonsubscriptions@msg.com around 2 weeks ago asking for information about how I would go about becoming a first time STH or half-season ticket holder for the 15-16 season, and nobody has gotten back to me. Are they just ignoring my e-mail because I'm asking about next season too early? Is e-mail not the best way to get in contact with a rep? Any information would be appreciated, thanks!
Just pick a random rep every day until one calls you back:
https://www.nyrsubcentral.com/contact-us

You should get an answer pretty fast

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I just purchased 2 full season tickets in Section 109, Row 10 at $180/ticket. I intend to attend about 25 games. Any thoughts on how much loss per ticket I can expect for some of the weaker games? Thanks.

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I just purchased 2 full season tickets in Section 109, Row 10 at $180/ticket. I intend to attend about 25 games. Any thoughts on how much loss per ticket I can expect for some of the weaker games? Thanks.
great seats! you did well value wise as a lower bowl STH, that's at the price break before $293 a couple rows down, or $314 one section over. That being said, it's really hard to make your money back on those if you don't have a network of buyers. With fees on stubhub or the ticket exchange, buyers have to shell out anywhere from $220 to $235 for you to break even - that is not going to happen on Mondays against Nashville

It all comes down to which games you're selling. If you plan on selling only the dogs, make sure you sell early and I would highly recommend being realistic with your prices and selling on here and craigslist. If you play it right the most you should lose on any game is about $80 per ticket (look at that as your worst case scenario). You should probably be pushing to get $125-$150 for all the worst games


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I just purchased 2 full season tickets in Section 109, Row 10 at $180/ticket. I intend to attend about 25 games. Any thoughts on how much loss per ticket I can expect for some of the weaker games? Thanks.
Those really are great seats. Gordon is spot on, though, about re-sale.

As long as you are planning to use most of the tickets yourself, you won't loose too much.

I had seats in 105, row 13, 2 rows off the aisle next to 106 (Club Gold). I didn't use those seats at all during the regular season last year (I split tickets with someone else who was in the first row of 105). I was down about $6,000 on my row 13s and didn't break even until the SCF (I ended up sitting in those seats for some of the playoff games).

Your seats are better because Rangers shoot twice and they're a little lower, but MSG has them priced just about at market value, which means unless you can sell your tickets without SH or TM fees, you will take a bit of a hit.

Just to give you an example, opening night last year (v. Montreal) I sold my tickets on SH and made $1.95 per ticket profit!

Just go in with your eyes open, be realistic with the prices you set, and enjoy the view.

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Those really are great seats. Gordon is spot on, though, about re-sale.

As long as you are planning to use most of the tickets yourself, you won't loose too much.

I had seats in 105, row 13, 2 rows off the aisle next to 106 (Club Gold). I didn't use those seats at all during the regular season last year (I split tickets with someone else who was in the first row of 105). I was down about $6,000 on my row 13s and didn't break even until the SCF (I ended up sitting in those seats for some of the playoff games).

Your seats are better because Rangers shoot twice and they're a little lower, but MSG has them priced just about at market value, which means unless you can sell your tickets without SH or TM fees, you will take a bit of a hit.

Just to give you an example, opening night last year (v. Montreal) I sold my tickets on SH and made $1.95 per ticket profit!

Just go in with your eyes open, be realistic with the prices you set, and enjoy the view.
How many seats did you have? $6,000 on 2 seats is a huge hit.

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I just purchased 2 full season tickets in Section 109, Row 10 at $180/ticket. I intend to attend about 25 games. Any thoughts on how much loss per ticket I can expect for some of the weaker games? Thanks.
Great Seats. Welcome as a STH you wont regret it!

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