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06-01-2009, 02:15 PM
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I got my emailed one.
Looks like 400's will be 37.30 or something like that a seat. Absurdity reigns yet again. What will 300's and so on be?

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I had a 1/2 season in 343. Offering me a full season only in same spot for almost 5,000. 56 per seat. Offering an 8 month payment plan. Check your accounts.

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I got my emailed one.
Looks like 400's will be 37.30 or something like that a seat. Absurdity reigns yet again. What will 300's and so on be?
I tried posting something on this. I had 1/2 a season in 343 last year. They are offering me full season only for 56 per seat, a hair under 5,000 total for two seats.
8 month payment plan. First payment due 6/22.

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I tried posting something on this. I had 1/2 a season in 343 last year. They are offering me full season only for 56 per seat, a hair under 5,000 total for two seats.
8 month payment plan. First payment due 6/22.
Center 200's are $108 and end zone 200's are $95. F-them!

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Mine went up to 60.00 per ticket.

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I got my emailed one.
Looks like 400's will be 37.30 or something like that a seat. Absurdity reigns yet again. What will 300's and so on be?
what were the 400's this past year?

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34 a seat for 400's last yr.

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How does one go about signing up for season tickets? How long is the waiting list? Etc.

Just graduated college and looking to get on the waitlist.

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So the 100's non club are now $95/ticket and the 300's non center are now $56? Is that right? Last season the 100's were $78/ticket and the 300's were $52 I think. Can't remember. If it is that's what, a 22% increase on the 100's??? WTF???

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So the 100's non club are now $95/ticket and the 300's non center are now $56? Is that right? Last season the 100's were $78/ticket and the 300's were $52 I think. Can't remember. If it is that's what, a 22% increase on the 100's??? WTF???
Can you imagine if the team won a playoff round?

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Can't really blame MSG raising the prices. If they feel they can get the money they want for these tickets, than they have the right to raise the prices. Its only intelligent business. I can see why you people are upset, but its only supply and demand. If there is a small supply and a high demand, prices will go up. If you owned a gas station and you could raise prices and still sell the same amount of gas, you would certainly do it, no?

And to those complaining about prices, you will still buy the seats. If you think its so absurd, don't buy em. If you don't buy them, someone else will. Its not like its Yankee Stadium and the prices are so high no one wants the seats. Its just good business.

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Our seats in 315 will be $56 a game this season, up from $52 a game last season.

I think the Rangers are the first team I've heard of raising prices for next season. Seems like most other franchises have announced price freezes and some have even lowered prices.

But hey, they obviously recognized they might have trouble selling tickets in this economy, because they decided to launch a shiny new subscriber web site with the extra money they're charging: http://nyrsubcentral.com/index.html

Yippee!

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Can't really blame MSG raising the prices. If they feel they can get the money they want for these tickets, than they have the right to raise the prices. Its only intelligent business. I can see why you people are upset, but its only supply and demand. If there is a small supply and a high demand, prices will go up. If you owned a gas station and you could raise prices and still sell the same amount of gas, you would certainly do it, no?

And to those complaining about prices, you will still buy the seats. If you think its so absurd, don't buy em. If you don't buy them, someone else will. Its not like its Yankee Stadium and the prices are so high no one wants the seats. Its just good business.
WRONG. IF someone here wants to buy my seats in Sect 216 for $95/seat please PM me. Otherwise I'm giving them back to the Rangers and telling them to shove it. Lets see how much demand there really is...

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Can't really blame MSG raising the prices. If they feel they can get the money they want for these tickets, than they have the right to raise the prices. Its only intelligent business. I can see why you people are upset, but its only supply and demand. If there is a small supply and a high demand, prices will go up. If you owned a gas station and you could raise prices and still sell the same amount of gas, you would certainly do it, no?

And to those complaining about prices, you will still buy the seats. If you think its so absurd, don't buy em. If you don't buy them, someone else will. Its not like its Yankee Stadium and the prices are so high no one wants the seats. Its just good business.
Actually, I think this is the year they have gone too far. The team is not going places and the economy is struggling. Plus, after last years increase people had a hard time selling their tickets for face...forget about a profit. I might dump half of mine...I'm not paying $200/game to watch them score a goal. Nope, people on the waiting list should be prepared for a phone call...your number is about to be up!

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Well... for my section (339) with 2 seats is $5000 for the season. Its about $56 or so for a ticket.

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The increase in my section isnt bad this year but when you look at it over the course of the last 4yrs my tickets have gone from 40.00 to 60.00 per ticket. Its crazy. The first six years I had my tickets they were 40.00 and then it went down after the locket to 36.00 per ticket. Since then its gone from 36, to 40, to 46, to 53, to 57 and now to 60.00

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Yep. it was $36 a ticket the first yr I had season tickets.... so in short, my butt hurts.

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So the 100's non club are now $95/ticket and the 300's non center are now $56? Is that right? Last season the 100's were $78/ticket and the 300's were $52 I think. Can't remember. If it is that's what, a 22% increase on the 100's??? WTF???
I think you are wrong here... Im in Row A of Section 133. My tickets were $89 each last year, and this year they are up to $95. Thats about a 6.7% increase.

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Went from 40-46-52-56 now. Looks like I will be selling at least 25 games this year. The 8 month payment plan helps a little, but another increase after another failing season.

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Went from 40-46-52-56 now. Looks like I will be selling at least 25 games this year. The 8 month payment plan helps a little, but another increase after another failing season.
yea I usually sell about 25-30 games and last year I made a killing on the ticketexchange. I was getting 80-100 per ticket but this year I think Im going to sell around 30-35 games.

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I was offered a full season in Section 349 Row F, Seats 3-4 after having a full 22-game plan last year. Price is 56.00 per seat and 5 grand for both seats for the year.

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Wow. I'm glad I gave up my tickets last year. I can't imagine that more people won't follow suit this year. Absolutely laughable in this economy, even if the demand is somehow there. It's not good business to gouge your customers for every cent possible; there is something to be said for customer loyalty and appreciation. Keep buying those tickets though folks, and keep wondering why Sather remains employed.

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I think you are wrong here... Im in Row A of Section 133. My tickets were $89 each last year, and this year they are up to $95. Thats about a 6.7% increase.
I think you are right. I was mistaken. Not sure why I thought they were only $78...$89 sounds more like it.

BUT why do they feel the need to increase ticket prices EVERY year??? My NFL seasons haven't gone up in 5 years. Granted, not apples to apples...but still. They act like it's a crime to keep the prices frozen once in a while. Gotta love how the cost certainty of the new NHL has really been to our benefit.

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Wow. I'm glad I gave up my tickets last year. I can't imagine that more people won't follow suit this year. Absolutely laughable in this economy, even if the demand is somehow there. It's not good business to gouge your customers for every cent possible; there is something to be said for customer loyalty and appreciation. Keep buying those tickets though folks, and keep wondering why Sather remains employed.
customer loyalty??? the New York Rangers have never heard of that. Seriously, when was the last time you got a stinking t-shirt or hat at a Rangers game? It wasn't in the last 5 years. they don't give a crap about us, plain and simple.

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Wow. I'm glad I gave up my tickets last year. I can't imagine that more people won't follow suit this year. Absolutely laughable in this economy, even if the demand is somehow there. It's not good business to gouge your customers for every cent possible; there is something to be said for customer loyalty and appreciation. Keep buying those tickets though folks, and keep wondering why Sather remains employed.
Ha. As if Sather sets the prices. Thats funny. 10+million people in the area, they'll have the same demand no matter what.

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