Thursday, May 15, 2014

I'm guessing they are hard up for selling tickets?

The Dolphins - or at least a representative from the stadium - just called to ask if I wanted to get season tickets.  "You had them for some years but haven't renewed in a while.  Mind if I ask why?"

And so it went, asking lots of questions about what I liked, how I enjoyed the experience, etc....and then of course asked I'd be interested in renewing.

I give them credit for trying, but if anyone who knows me, you know that I'm just not interested in the team any more AND I feel the view from home is probably better.  Plus there's red zone, baby!

So the guy told me he wasn't trying to sell anything, he was just happy to be my representative should I decide to come out to a few games, and we parted.

And by the way, for anyone who is interested in attending games, the fact that they are reaching out to past season ticket holders means that they are working to make deals.  And as consumers, that means there are better deals to be had.  Last season, I saw tickets for <$20 to games.  I imagine this year will be no different.  If you want the experience and don't care where you sit, you can check out some of the resale sites, and probably get a darn good deal.

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Until they win games (and I don't mean 9-7) they're going to continue losing fan base. It's already embarrassing seeing the half empty stadium on TV. This is fallout from keeping Ireland three seasons too long.

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