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    $95 per seat is where my max is at. unfortunately you can't choose which area. it's just upper bowl or lower bowl and the sales people at MSG suck. they don't know anything and won't tell you anything. Their attitudes are terrible too. I guess they get too many request everyday. i honestly don't know why they are needed though. Every time I try to call they'll pick up the phone and hang up right away lol.

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    Anyone on the regular waiting list?
    I was told the list isn't out yet.

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    im on the waiting list. $250 dollar deposit per seat. It's refundable until you get offered something. If you get offered something it's non refundable. oh yeah and sales lie all the time. I spoke with 2-3 different people and say different things every time. K-LIST is def established but they won't let you know where you are at on the list.

    If it is a 90% renewal rate and base off the 4000 season tickets available. There would be 400 new subs. take off 200 for VIP list and you're left with 200 on the K list.

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    what kind of knicks events are season subscribers allowed to go to? i.e Knicks Bowling or the one where Laudry starts singing and stuff.

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    Originally Posted by GordonGecko
    That's crazy man, I remember just 2 years ago you couldn't PAY someone to take your tickets to many games. There were so many times I stood outside the garden trying to get a scalper to buy my 400s off me for $20 for the pair and if I didn't get laughed at with the guy walking away, the best offer was $5. There was no waiting list, anyone could buy season tickets to almost every section except in the 400's. You could buy them right off the website. Eventually you had to call in, and now you have to get on a waiting list.

    I don't think that $450 seat at the Liberty is worth the cost to get on that list, unless you're a big women's basketball fan. When you get your call, the only available seats will probably be the $100++ in the lower bowl and near the price breaks.
    Man, tell me about it. Just 2 seasons ago the tickets that cost me $56 each, when I couldn't make a game, had no bid on ebay and then I'd have guys offering me $20 for the pair. I wish the folks on the waiting list or paying $450 to the NYL had shown me a bid a few years ago!!

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    Originally Posted by GordonGecko
    That's crazy man, I remember just 2 years ago you couldn't PAY someone to take your tickets to many games. There were so many times I stood outside the garden trying to get a scalper to buy my 400s off me for $20 for the pair and if I didn't get laughed at with the guy walking away, the best offer was $5. There was no waiting list, anyone could buy season tickets to almost every section except in the 400's. You could buy them right off the website. Eventually you had to call in, and now you have to get on a waiting list.

    I don't think that $450 seat at the Liberty is worth the cost to get on that list, unless you're a big women's basketball fan. When you get your call, the only available seats will probably be the $100++ in the lower bowl and near the price breaks.
    Yes it is a waste, but if you donate the tickets then you can get a tax deduction. At least this way you get a certain percentage back and give yourself a much better chance for the tickets.

    I sucked it up and made the $900 donation just so I can better my chances. I'm not sure I'll be in the area long enough to wait.

    Are the chances of the more expensive tickets higher than the less costly ones?

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    Got the renewal package in the mail Saturday. Now I know why they jacked up prices to high... it was to pay for the super extra high gloss photo paper marketing brochure that everyone just puts in the garbage!!

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    Are your guys happy with their new seats location? I got moved from 424 to 211 so I think I did OK. Being a new STH since 2011 and half season holder since 2010, I moved from Row B to Row 15. I think that's the first row in the $56 price range? Anyone know?

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    Originally Posted by JoeNYK
    Are your guys happy with their new seats location? I got moved from 424 to 211 so I think I did OK. Being a new STH since 2011 and half season holder since 2010, I moved from Row B to Row 15. I think that's the first row in the $56 price range? Anyone know?
    wow talk about center court, and yes, that's the first row in the lower price break. Yeah, you did really well.

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    hurry up and renew guys. I'd like to know if I get tickets or not! lol

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    just wanted to give my year end results and feedback as a first year STH for the knicks.

    i have 2 seats at the $63 price level (will become $75 next season). i sold (or gave some freebies to friends/family) the games i didn't attend leaving me with a net cost of $852.

    By the end of the regular season, i will have attended 14 games at an avg cost of $30.41 per ticket. (If you want to factor in the $900 i dumped on NY Liberty tickets to get on the VIP list, then my avg cost per ticket shoots back up to $62.55)

    i'm pretty pleased with my ROI and look forward to renewing for the 2012-13 season.

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    got confirmation that the Knicks are taking away food voucher benefits for season ticket holders starting next season.

    I guess for paying 50% more for tickets you also get the bonus of having no more free food. Thanks Dolan, you cheap bastard

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    $100 dollar food voucher for the year? wow MSG really is cheaping out. that's ****ed up

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    Originally Posted by blahwoop
    $100 dollar food voucher for the year? wow MSG really is cheaping out. that's ****ed up
    You want to hear cheap? The Rangers don't have that vouchers perk at all. Instead, they give you coupons for $1 sodas when you buy two overpriced hot dogs or pretzels (super size only please) AND a full priced soda.

    How generous to sell us 7 cents worth of soda for a buck



    I scanned those before I used them as kindling for a bondfire. Note the "while supplies last" fine print. Really, you're going to run out of ****ing soda?

    Who wouldn't want to keep dropping 6 grand on tickets every year with those goodies!

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    all that money saved is going into amare and melo's pocket. they should buy drinks for every one for the whole season.

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