Rangers Season Ticket Holders: Part XI

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  1. patnyrnyg

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    Because the hardcore Rangers FAN will spend more than the hardcore Knicks fan. For business purposes, to entertain clients, bball is more popular. The sport itself is also more popular, but as I have said, NY is a fair-weather town when it comes to bball. However, Knicks "fans" will go to see the stars of other teams.
     
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    Does anyone know where the price break is in the lower bowl? Specifically the corners, if it varies across the bowl. Thanks
     
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    Not sure exactly which rows, but aisle seats will always cost a bit more. Also, I would sooner recommend the 200s for value versus almost anything in the lower bowl, where you are overpaying and will get killed on re-sell.
     
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    Looking at the map for adding seats, in section 116, they have seats available in row 12, $15,620 each for a full season. In row 18 it they are $11,660.

    In 114, row 14 is $10,120. Row 16 is $8,536. (nothing available row 15, so do not know for certain).

    In 117, row 14 is $17,600. Row 17 is $13,156.

    Can't get you exact, but should give you an idea.
     
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    I do not think that is true.

    Edit: just looked around on the map for adding seats. Upper and lower bowl. Doesn't seem to be a difference in price for aisle seats.
     
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    When I was at the Garden in person, they told me it cost more but who knows?

    Also, how is the inventory looking so far?
     
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    for full seasons - nothing good, only singles in the cheap price points
     
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    That was only for a season or two. The guy that came up with that left the organization.
     
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    People I know would suck it up and get the single so they can add a seat the following year. However ever since All For One, the resale for singles is nonexistent.
     
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    Yup. Looked at the 22-game plans, too. Some pairs and 4's in the top of the upper bowl.
     
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    Yeah, pretty much useless unless you are just trying to get in the building. Like if I wanted a 3rd seat to bring my older daughter. She is still small enough to sit on my lap in the barstools with my wife in the other seat. OR, if you happen to get lucky and the seat next to you is available as a single.
     
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    Also, aisle seats are great if you are constantly in and out. However, if you are the type to not leave your seat, aisle seats are more annoying. Constantly getting up and down to let people in and out.
     
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    Damn, but I'm guessing the overpriced lower bowl is filled with fulls, right? lol
     
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    I wouldn't say "filled", but there is a lot more available.
     
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    Is section 118 row 16 still avaialabe for full season tickets? Those were the ones I kept eyeing they were 265.00 while sec 117 row 16 were 295 and they were aisle seats next to 117
     
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    Just got an email about shipping of my tickets with my reps name on it that doesn’t work there anymore!
     
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    Apparently there’s a window for season ticket holders that didn’t renew to purchase plans as well tomorrow.
     
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    Yea the Knicks did that to me as well..sent me an email with a time and date to buy season tickets
     
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    Is the window for additional seats just today and tomorrow or dos it last the entire week in general?
     
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    The lower bowl corners actually aren't so bad and price wise aren't much more than "great" 200s (which are closely held by long tenures and can't be bought anyway)

    Especially the double attack side

    Also - when are draft party tickets being loaded to account?
     
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    Email I received does not indicate when the window closes. Only that it started today, at 10am.
     
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    Except that the sight lines are much worse than most 200s.
     
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    True. Depending on how wide your section is it can be a pain. But as an aisle guy, it's great to be able to shoot out a few seconds prior to the buzzer to hit the food/restrooms before they are overrun. A 15 second head start could make a 10 minute difference in waiting time at concessions. And if you happen to have Gallery Seats the extra couple inches of leg room means you don't always have to stand up to let people by...so best of both worlds.
     
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    Are they still charging more for sitting on the 8th Avenue end?
     
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    They still do the aisle bump for Knicks seats. $3 more per game than a non-aisle seat.
     
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