I heard that the delay by the Yankees in processing assignments resulted from the number of field championship ticket licensees who were either slow or did not want to renew their licenses to pay $325+ per ticker per night.
Besides the obvious anwer (one game) what is the difference between the Two Different 12 game weekday ticket plan and the 11 game weekday ticket plan. If the only difference is the obvious answer, then why offer the plan at all? Is there a price difference per game?
The partials are divided up in two ways as follows:
41/20/20 = 81
15/15/15/12/12/11 = 80
Normally they would sell all 81 for both types, but this a really special year. I wonder how they'll be handing out those extra home opener tickets from the partial plans. Are they going to let just anyone in the general public take a shot at getting the Stadium Opener tickets?
There is no price difference per game at Yankee Stadium. All tickets cost the same regardless of game, the only difference is if you bought them as part of a full season, partial plan, individual advanced, or individual day of game
Last edited by GordonGecko; 10-21-2008 at 08:46 AM.
I would love to have a Sunday plan at $75-70. I keep waiting to see if and when they go on sale. Gordon you're up on this , could you keep us informed?
The face value of tickets is the only thing the yanks have not mention
Gordon, i remember a ticket last year in MVP tier Reserve $29 while the STH price is $25.
I expect the same in NYS but those field level seats that cost $325 behind home plate for STH.
My guess it would cost $400 for a individual game.
I think you are the "go to guy" for YS info ! This is slightly off topic (what a surprise), and someone else asked this on another thread but received no reply, so here goes:
I am lucky enough to be taking a YS tour on 10/31. Do you know if they are letting video camers in....the terrorist security thing can't be the reason because the place is going to be taken down anyway? Think I will be able to sneak some dirt out of there without jail time?
Included among the dates were April 2 (the third scheduled home game of the year, which due to the Opening Day rainout became the second home game), and September 18 (the 4th-to-last game ever played).
I'm hoping a similar plan will be offered for 2009, but I'm not holding my breath... but then again, I didn't think they'd be offering $5 seats for the final season, so who knows.
Ray Manzarek, 1939-2013
Mandrake, I'm pretty sure you can bring in video cameras on the tour, but someone else should confirm that. As for dirt, I think you'll have no problem scooping some up, everyone does it. If you bring in a bucket on the other hand you may have some problems.... And don't even think about bringing in a screwdriver or hammer
No video recording is permitted in Yankee Stadium. Still photography is permitted, although not in the Yankees Clubhouse.I wonder if the prohibition for photos in the clubhouse is still in effect, since the Yankees aren't going to be using it anymore. (I'm going on the tour 10/30, so I've got a vested interest in this information as well.)
Ray Manzarek, 1939-2013
I wonder if the prohibition for photos in the clubhouse is still in effect, since the Yankees aren't going to be using it anymore. (I'm going on the tour 10/30, so I've got a vested interest in this information as well.)
I went on a tour of the stadium on 10/13 and you cannot use a video camera. They are not letting you take pictures inside the Yankee clubhouse. There's really not much in the clubhouse to see. Most players have had their belongings shipped or stored somewhere else. The only thing I could see was Mariano's locker filled with fan mail, a collection of hand and body lotions, and some scented candles or aromatherapy stuff.
I just called up the Yankees was told that they are not sending out the invoices for another month and that there will be enough time. In other words, you will not have to decide whether to accept the seats "the next day."
Either Ban Manhattan or give back our Non Baseball Stadium threads back. If you fail to comply with at least one of the choices, we all will commit mass suicide. It's gone that far. And no, we will not accept Jimz as an alternative. Either give us our threads or get rid of this guy.
Enough is enough already. How long do we let this guy troll our boards? He gives no true contribution and all of his points are either irrelevant or completely illiterate. Look, anyone can be Manhattan, try it for yourself!
I have dog but I don't have dog so I do plan going to New Yankee Stadium in other month besdies April 2009 during next summer without dog.
Who honestly believes that this guy is even for real?
Last edited by Wall-E; 10-27-2008 at 03:18 PM.
Seriously, listen: I feel your pain, but come on -- he/she's not THAT bad. I mean, I always figured Manhattan is a well intentioned person -- as excited about the Yankees and the stadium as the next poster on the Yankee threads (now at 26,459 and counting!). He/she just puts it in a different way as you or I. And you don't know anything about who this person is, so you don't really know for sure the nature of his/her posts. Why don't you just PM the guy and ask what his/her deal is? Then report back to us cuz I and I am sure a lot of us want to know too.
And besides, the guy brings levity to the board with his posts; you can't deny that. In a world where it sometimes takes upwards of 45-50 minutes for me to go a measly 25 miles to work, where my team, I fear, is slowly sinking back into the malaise that was the 1980s, where my guy and girl are quite possibly going to lose the top job to some inexperienced nutjob and his bumbling sidekick, I don't mind seeing the occasional oblivious Manhattan post (and especially the comments that are made in reply). They always bring a smile to my face.
And in the end, Manhattan isn't insulting anyone, isn't picking fights, and simply isn't doing anything that makes a ban necessary.
So just zip right through them if they bother you so much. In the very least, they are just taking up space on the internet; and I think the internet has a bit of space to spare.