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Offline JCA-CrystalCity

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Re: Your card is your ticket to the game
« Topic Start: August 17, 2012, 01:45:56 PM »
I had this exchange with the RCR folks last week:

Can someone explain the "your ticket is your card" thing for next year? I have about 16 people in my group for 41 games. No one has more than 4 games, and a few have either 4 games, two seats, or two games, fours seats. Does that mean I will have to have each one set up an account with the Nats in order to get a RCR card and be able to go to games? What if I try to go from 41 to 81 games by expanding my group? this is going to be a tremendous hassle for me, and I suspect you. It'll be an incentive for me to cut the participants back to 5 or so and drop down to 21 seats just to make my management easier

The RCR Folks:
Thanks for your e-mail. You will not need to set up any extra accounts for your partners, unless you want to. You will be able to send any denomination of your tickets to e-mail addresses as print-at-home tickets. I actually see this program making your situation easier to handle, and not more of a hassle at all. If you have any more questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to ask.