2017-18 Season Tickets Renewal Information Is Now Available!

Discussion in 'New England Black Wolves Forum' started by BlackWolves99, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. BlackWolves99

    BlackWolves99 Member

    According to an email and an invoice and letter that went out to season ticket holders today, renewal information is now available for next year season tickets. Better act soon to keep that Buy One Season Ticket, Get One Season Ticket deal again for next year!

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    Renewal Pricing prior to May 31:
    Blue: $387 per Seat ($43 per Seat per Game)
    Red: $225 per Seat ($25 per Seat per Game)
    Green: $108 per Seat ($12 per Seat per Game)

    2018 Season Ticket Pricing after June 1:
    Blue: $450 per Seat ($50 per Seat per Game)
    Red: $288 per Seat ($32 per Seat per Game)
    Green: $153 per Seat ($17 per Seat per Game)
     
  2. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    Looking at the ticket chart for Sunday so far it looks a solid 3200
    Dunno if raising prices is a good thing yet
     
  3. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    So do we know how many tickets are actual purchases, and how many are casino comp seats?
     
  4. Wings-4-Life

    Wings-4-Life Well-Known Member

    Looking ahead to their game on 4/7, I'd be willing to bet at least half the crowd is a comp every week between casino comps and the folks who just got a free seat for getting seasons. Here's what the ticket chart looks like:

    http://www1.ticketmaster.com/new-england-black-wolves-vs-georgia-uncasville-connecticut-04-07-2017/event/1D00514CE3B41533?artistid=2049204&tm_link=tm_homeA_header_search&f_tmol_checkout=true&ab=m_efeat4779v2Control#efeat4212
     
  5. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    It makes complete business sense for lots of comps,
     
  6. Vin

    Vin Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure that there are any casino comps. I've not once seen such a thing advertised on TV or radio and not when I was at Mohegan Sun. It's more like two different crowds. When you see people lining up to go to an NBW game, no one looks like a casino patron.
     
  7. Vin

    Vin Well-Known Member

    That is such a deal. God I would sign up for that if I could.
     
  8. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    What is a casino patron supposed to look like???
     
  9. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    Having been to Mohegan Sun and Turning Stone for MMA events and such, I'm kinda wondering the same thing myself. All I know is that when I went to the World Series of Fighting event at Turning Stone 10 days ago, a good portion of the casino patrons were pretty good looking, so in other words, I wonder if what Vin is getting at is that the NLL lacks a good quantity of "hot" fans o_O
     
  10. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    I've talked to random people at bars within Mohegan that have said they get comps from the casino including lacrosse tickets
    It probably has to do with your players club status etc
     
  11. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    Dollar hot dogs and 2.00 yuenglings this Sunday
    So yea they basically just want you to throw a 20 in the slots lose then come to the game.
     
  12. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    They do advertise this as a perk if you have a particular type of Player's Club card at the casino. Maybe they have a set window where they let Player's Club members pick which seats they want, and that's why their seating chart always looks packed until a day or so until game day.
     
  13. BlackWolves99

    BlackWolves99 Member

    As one of the people who pay for season tickets and typically gets the comps tickets from the casino as well, I'll give you the scoop.

    1) Typically before the game (pretty much up until a month before the game/event), I call the VIP number on the back of my players club card/momentum card and ask if there are any offers to me (concerts tixs, Black Wolves lacrosse tixs, CT Sun tixs). Typically they have an amount of tickets they are giving away for an event and when they hit that number they will tell you they do not have anymore available.

    2) Upon your request and how many tickets they allow you to reserve, you place the reservation for the event and they caution you that in the event you cannot go, you can cancel without any fee the night before the event (prior to Midnight ET). If you need to cancel the Day of Event, it will be at a cost of $25 momentum dollars per ticket (essentially what they would most likely make on the ticket typically). When the tickets are cancelled, typically they go back on sale to the general public.

    3) Day of the Event: Pick up tickets from the Arena Club (Must have your ID and Players Club Card/Momentum Card to receive tickets) and they must be used for entry.

    Of course comp tickets typically are based on how much you play but typically as long as you have a momentum card and play a little, typically they give the 2 to 4 ticket offer to most people.
     
  14. Vin

    Vin Well-Known Member

    Most casino patrons are either older people (without kids in tow, of course) or young people, but they are dressed-up. If you want to scope out hot girls, go to the casino.
    Most of the people who line up for NBW games adults with kids or teens. The rest are guys like me - not dressed-up, wearing sweatshirts - the kind of guys who watch sports instead of gambling - or the occasional couple or group of 20-somethings dressed comfortably. Sure, some young people will go to the game and the casino, but, for the most part, it's two different crowds.
     
  15. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    Havent really paid attention in CT, but the crowd in Atlantic City certainly doesnt worry about attire. Maybe they do if they are going to a nice restaurant, but not the buffet crowd.
     

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