Flyers' Tickets: Questions and Exchanges (2019-20...and now 2021)

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  1. Sawdalite SelectLouNolan4PFHoF

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    Thanks... I can take Repricing on the downswing... hope it stays that way for a while at least. Good to hear you were able to relocate to something satisfactory to you. I'm pretty much locked into the best bang for the buck st this point; hope it stays that way.
     
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    Best bang for my buck was my thinking with my original seat switch. I figured the lowest price point in the lower level on the aisle was something I could be happy with and I was. I also needed to honor my renewal commitment so if they shit the bed again I’ll just walk away.

    Like I said, I wasn’t really paying attention to what my rep said last time but I sent a follow up email asking for clarification and we talked yesterday. My original thinking was that they were just doing a solid to STH’s in those sections and the following year it would go to the normal higher price. That wasn’t the case. There was an actual price restructure.

    Last time they offered me seats on the outside side of my new section on the aisle but I didn’t like that angle as much. Yesterday they offered ones on the other side and I kinda jumped on it because it’s the same angle as my switched to seats just five rows closer and at the same price.
     
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    Good to hear that you were able to negotiate. We have learned that making our voices heard on our Seats does reap results... from as far back as when we moved to the Big House, we learned that complaining works. When we were assigned our new Seat Location based on Spectrum Location (after giving out all they political locations) we were assigned seats up where they later created the Family Section -- we would have had to eventually be moved anyway, it seems -- the Seats were awful. We have tremendous Tenure and we called them out on it... They moved us to the opposite side, and where they shoot twice, and much lower, off the Face off Dot. We have later even been able to move down a Row is search of better Seats. We are presently at the best location that doesn't greatly bump our cost to a level that we don't want to go: we basically maxed out to our optimum location... and we are very happy with our Seats, and no longer wanting to move more than a few Seats maybe closer to the Blue Line in our Section.

    It certainly pays to make your feeling felt... and use any leverage you have. They want to keep their long-term STMs.
     
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    My parents had season tickets in sec. 121 row 16 from year one up until 2006. They were great seats. You're above the glass so you dont have any issues with that, but close enough to get the experience.
     
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    Good to know. I took pictures from the "same" seats on the other side of the ice while at the Select A Seat event looking back and the view looks to be pretty good. I'm also happy to know that my row is the first one "down" from the entry to the concourse so i'll be able to get right up and out.
     
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    Sitting on an end right by a concourse entry is such a plus. Have made it to the restroom and back during a stoppage countless times.
     
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    It's specifically why I was willing to move my seat. Closer to the bathroom
     
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