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Any other season ticket holders not renewing because of ‘fan-friendly’ pricing?
I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?
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I feel like this could be a good thing but it could also blow up. I'm 1600 miles outside the bubble.

But when I lived nearby I could always find a good ticket.

If I lived in Hattiesburg or even within 20 minutes, I'd probably have season tix.
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(04-13-2022 07:51 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?

Just your bubble. Everyone in my circle is still getting tickets.
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I don’t have tickets but have had them in the past. Mine weren’t Eagle Club seating though. When they announced the move to per seat season tickets, I had several questions it would help for them to answer. I’m not necessarily opposed to per seat donation linking. Other schools do it, and it could lead to more tickets bought if implemented correctly with the correct marketing. My questions mostly concern multiple sport season tickets. If I wanted season tickets for both football and baseball, would I have to donate per seat in both? Would the same donation of $250 for five seats in football cover five tickets at $45 per seat for chairback in baseball? Some case examples would be helpful on their part.

Previously, were there limits on how many season tickets you could buy in a section, provided you had the necessary donation level? I think this policy will hurt more of the people who bought a lot of tickets in the lower donation level sections. Never would really apply to me, as I could barely afford the tickets themselves, and I prefer Top of the Rock seats to the skinny end zone sections corresponding to the lowest donation level.
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(04-13-2022 07:51 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?

Let me guess. They've paid the minimum yearly EC donation to be in the premium section they've sat in for decades, and all the while bought the maximum amount of tickets and let their friends and family- none of whom are EC members- use them.
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(04-14-2022 08:06 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  
(04-13-2022 07:51 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?

Let me guess. They've paid the minimum yearly EC donation to be in the premium section they've sat in for decades, and all the while bought the maximum amount of tickets and let their friends and family- none of whom are EC members- use them.

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RE: Any other season ticket holders not renewing because of ‘fan-friendly’ pricing?
All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.
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(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

We buy two tickets for most sports. Our prices will be cheaper. But will probably have to spend more on EC for where we want to park since we’re losing out on the Young Alumni parking this year. (Not a complaint, happy to do so and just a product of getting older).
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(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.
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RE: Any other season ticket holders not renewing because of ‘fan-friendly’ pricing?
(04-14-2022 10:09 AM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.

My only complaint is that the numbers change depending on who is taking the money. I call Ben in the ticket office to renew my season tickets and he charged me $2100 plus. The next day I got a letter in the mail on my renewal. That bill was $200 less for the same ticket. Somehow calling and renewing over the phone cost more.
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(04-14-2022 01:58 PM)GaryinGA Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 10:09 AM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.

My only complaint is that the numbers change depending on who is taking the money. I call Ben in the ticket office to renew my season tickets and he charged me $2100 plus. The next day I got a letter in the mail on my renewal. That bill was $200 less for the same ticket. Somehow calling and renewing over the phone cost more.

They need to make it simple. Write a brochure with examples. They’ve announced it and said it’s going to save a lot of folks money. Well, break down how it works. If Joe Eagle wants to buy four tickets in section F for football and four chairback seats for baseball, how much does he have to donate and pay for those tickets? When are the donations due? What are our donation options? Can we spread the cost out over several months, or even set up a monthly debit? A brochure like that would go a long way to helping a lot of the blowback.
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(04-14-2022 03:18 PM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 01:58 PM)GaryinGA Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 10:09 AM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.

My only complaint is that the numbers change depending on who is taking the money. I call Ben in the ticket office to renew my season tickets and he charged me $2100 plus. The next day I got a letter in the mail on my renewal. That bill was $200 less for the same ticket. Somehow calling and renewing over the phone cost more.

They need to make it simple. Write a brochure with examples. They’ve announced it and said it’s going to save a lot of folks money. Well, break down how it works. If Joe Eagle wants to buy four tickets in section F for football and four chairback seats for baseball, how much does he have to donate and pay for those tickets? When are the donations due? What are our donation options? Can we spread the cost out over several months, or even set up a monthly debit? A brochure like that would go a long way to helping a lot of the blowback.

I don't know how much more simple "if you have X seats, you owe X per seat" can get.
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I likely will. Just have not pulled the trigger. The extra $$$ for the seat is not the problem. I am haunted by the possibility we will still be terrible.
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(04-14-2022 04:34 PM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 03:18 PM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 01:58 PM)GaryinGA Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 10:09 AM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 09:32 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  All the change is doing is putting an equal price-per-ticket paid on each seat compared to others in any given section. Next time someone complains about "raising the price" of tickets, as them if everyone in their group that is going to be "gouged" is an EC member. I saw someone say somewhere (maybe FB) that their whole group of 10 will not be renewing. If all 10 are EC members and buying their own tickets through the school, there wouldn't be any "price increase". You have one or two EC memberships supporting 10 tickets. Now it will be 10 EC memberships supporting 10 tickets.

Also, McClain said that 57% of ticketholders could actually pay less for the same seats. Those are the ones who haven't been gaming the system.

I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.

My only complaint is that the numbers change depending on who is taking the money. I call Ben in the ticket office to renew my season tickets and he charged me $2100 plus. The next day I got a letter in the mail on my renewal. That bill was $200 less for the same ticket. Somehow calling and renewing over the phone cost more.

They need to make it simple. Write a brochure with examples. They’ve announced it and said it’s going to save a lot of folks money. Well, break down how it works. If Joe Eagle wants to buy four tickets in section F for football and four chairback seats for baseball, how much does he have to donate and pay for those tickets? When are the donations due? What are our donation options? Can we spread the cost out over several months, or even set up a monthly debit? A brochure like that would go a long way to helping a lot of the blowback.

I don't know how much more simple "if you have X seats, you owe X per seat" can get.

I get the concept. For one sport it’s easy. But will the same donation per seat apply across multiple sports? Or are they essentially increasing season ticket prices for EC members? If I don’t currently have season tickets, what would make me want to pay more? What’s the benefit? They should be pushing for more and more people to join the EC. Maybe a better marketing push would have helped. We need to feed as much as we can off the Sun Belt excitement.
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(04-14-2022 08:49 PM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 04:34 PM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 03:18 PM)joeye04 Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 01:58 PM)GaryinGA Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 10:09 AM)joeye04 Wrote:  I have three kids, so premium seats were never in the cards for me. And that’s fine. There are still plenty of seats available without EC membership requirements. People need to understand if you want to get those better seats it’s going to cost more. Especially for a lot of tickets. I think we need more Eagle Club members. They need to market that a lot better. Give us more perks to sign up and stay. And more reasonable points rewards than just a hat.

One possible thing they could do if they wanted to get away from the per seat policy would be to limit how many season tickets you could get for certain donation levels. Carolina does something like that with the Rams club. You can buy as many season tickets as you want. But if you want all of them together in the premium sections, you have to have a certain level of donation. $200 guarantees you four tickets, $500 10 or whatever the numbers need to be. Would limit those who donate $200 to get into the section and then buy up 20 tickets.

My only complaint is that the numbers change depending on who is taking the money. I call Ben in the ticket office to renew my season tickets and he charged me $2100 plus. The next day I got a letter in the mail on my renewal. That bill was $200 less for the same ticket. Somehow calling and renewing over the phone cost more.

They need to make it simple. Write a brochure with examples. They’ve announced it and said it’s going to save a lot of folks money. Well, break down how it works. If Joe Eagle wants to buy four tickets in section F for football and four chairback seats for baseball, how much does he have to donate and pay for those tickets? When are the donations due? What are our donation options? Can we spread the cost out over several months, or even set up a monthly debit? A brochure like that would go a long way to helping a lot of the blowback.

I don't know how much more simple "if you have X seats, you owe X per seat" can get.

I get the concept. For one sport it’s easy. But will the same donation per seat apply across multiple sports? Or are they essentially increasing season ticket prices for EC members? If I don’t currently have season tickets, what would make me want to pay more? What’s the benefit? They should be pushing for more and more people to join the EC. Maybe a better marketing push would have helped. We need to feed as much as we can off the Sun Belt excitement.

Everything depends on your EC level. If you pay $500 per year, you can get so many tickets in a certain location for football, basketball and baseball. If you pay $1,500, you can get better and more seats for all.

If you don't currently have season tickets, you can go sit in the upper deck corners. That's what we are moving to. Comparative value equal on a per seat basis, depending on location.

We got a full color brochure explaining the changes along with the football ticket invoice. That's your marketing.

Funny, our fans complain about being poor. Then the athletic department does something to address and increase revenue. Then fans complain about that process as well.
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(04-13-2022 07:51 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?

Let me guess. They've paid the minimum yearly EC donation to be in the premium section they've sat in for decades, and all the while bought the maximum amount of tickets and let their friends and family- none of whom are EC members- use them.


The ones I’ve talked to give thousands each year and are pissed their ticket price is going up after the debacle that has been our football team the past decade.
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(04-15-2022 02:00 PM)EagNBran Wrote:  
(04-14-2022 08:06 AM)FairwayEagle Wrote:  
(04-13-2022 07:51 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I’ve had multiple people complaining to me about this, furious they’d raise the price of season tickets in the midst of a poor product for five years and inflation making everyone hesitant to spend extra. These are people who’ve been Eagle Club and season ticket holders for decades pulling out. Is anyone else seeing this or is it just my bubble?

Let me guess. They've paid the minimum yearly EC donation to be in the premium section they've sat in for decades, and all the while bought the maximum amount of tickets and let their friends and family- none of whom are EC members- use them.


The ones I’ve talked to give thousands each year and are pissed their ticket price is going up after the debacle that has been our football team the past decade.

If they give thousands each year, they aren't going to be financially hurt. The math simply doesn't work out like that. Something doesn't add up in what they are telling you.
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My tickets\EC club was the same. I wouldn't have known a difference. Well, i think it listed it together when i bought them versus it was a two part 1) renew EC 2) buy tickets.

I'm a bit dismayed that it's a big deal. I sure wouldn't want to be in the business of entertainment\sport\fandom\whatever you just can't please them.
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here's what I know about corp. 'murica methodology .... they lean heavily on the ones that can ... if ya get production out of the bottom third, your bonus increases at year-end...

in this business, is the product worth the bump ... they'll soon find out, Ja?!
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