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I paid the 50 dollar pledge for season tickets. They couldn't tell me how much they were at the time. The prices are now available, and they are more than I expected. But I'm sure it will be worth it.

Here is the seating chart.
http://extras.mnginteractive.com/live/me...AP_WGB.pdf
Is there still going to be seating in the outfield?
I never saw a projection or design that had seating in the outfield.
No rendition had outfield seats.. Remember the space for the park was a tight fit to begin with. Outfield seats would never have been an option.
(08-14-2013 12:46 AM)Fitbud Wrote: [ -> ]Is there still going to be seating in the outfield?

Yes. The turquoise color is reserved for Ayalla, Holguin, and Robinson. It will come with it's own dunking booth. In order to save money on stadium costs, that area will also serve as the bullpen for both teams
I could has sworn that they said that there would be seats in the outfield to offer a unique perspective that minor league fans rarely get to see.

Anyhow, it was interesting to see twitter and facebook blow up at the prospect of $500 season ticket.

It just goes to show how ill informed El Pasoans are about triple A baseball.
Hmm, my timeline was flooded with positive tweets about the ticket prices when you divide the price by 72 to 81 games. FB comments are worthless. The same crabs complain about everything. Not just about downtown or the stadium. LOL, there were morons comparing UTEP football season tickets to AAA baseball season tickets.
(08-16-2013 11:38 PM)mistabinks Wrote: [ -> ]Hmm, my timeline was flooded with positive tweets about the ticket prices when you divide the price by 72 to 81 games. FB comments are worthless. The same crabs complain about everything. Not just about downtown or the stadium. LOL, there were morons comparing UTEP football season tickets to AAA baseball season tickets.

I'm talking specifically about the ESPN600 and El Paso Times articles about season tickets.

There is clearly more negative posts about the prices than positive.

I agree with you. When divided by the amount of games, the price is more than reasonable. The problem, in my opinion, is that many El Pasoans have never thought of the prospect of purchasing season tickets. $500 + is a lot of money for most El Pasoans

As for FB and Twitter........it goes both ways for every worthless negative post, you get the same worthless positive posts.
If $500 is a lot of money (to anyone), they have other things to worry about than going out for entertainment 72 times during the summer. I'm wildly supportive of the project and even I will only being 2 to 3 times a month.
(08-17-2013 08:58 AM)mistabinks Wrote: [ -> ]If $500 is a lot of money (to anyone), they have other things to worry about than going out for entertainment 72 times during the summer. I'm wildly supportive of the project and even I will only being 2 to 3 times a month.

That leads me to my next question.

Does anyone buy baseball season tickets intending to go to every single game?

Why on earth would you buy season tickets if you only intend to go to a handful of games?

You must be a millionaire like everyone else on the internet.
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