Looking for tickets? Got a ticket to sell?
Just want to remind everyone that tickets cannot be offered for more than face value on this forum. That doesn't mean you can't sell them for a profit - but it does mean you can't do so here. No exceptions.
What does 'no exceptions' mean?
It means that if you bought tickets with a face value of $96 from a broker for $300 each, you're allowed to offer them on this site for $96.
None of that tacky 'best offer' or 'check out my eBay or StubHub listing' crap, either.
Just like the thread title asks, can anyone breakdown the view from seats in the 400-levels seating?
I did the 'virtual view' test on the Yankees site, and the seats look pretty great. I guess I'm just looking for confirmation.
I'm going to need 5 tickets for a Red Sox game in June. Not much available on the Yankee site, Stub Hub has some, Ebay a few. What's the best strategy for trying to secure tickets now for that game? Is waiting for better ticket availability an option here?
Season ticket holder w 2 seats in 420B 3rd row. Many games available. Other than premium games - Red Sox, Mets, and last week selling at season ticket holder price of $28.
If interested PM with your email and I can respond to you or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
<!--><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG/> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><!--> 2014 Season Ticket Holder selling multiple game packages at the full STH cost of $28 per ticket.
My two (2) seats are in Section 420C Row 1 which are directly behind home plate.
a) a four (4) game package for $224 for 2 tickets to each game.
b) an eight (8) game package including one premium Yankees vs. Red Sox game will only cost you $448 for 2 tickets to each game.
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