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Offline JCA-CrystalCity

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Season Plans - looking for a share or a partner?
« Topic Start: January 24, 2024, 02:35:10 PM »
Post here if you are looking to join a season plan group or are looking for someone to join your group.

Describe how many games and how many seats you want to buy / sell. If you have a plan already, indicate roughly where (section and roughly the row) and the cost per seat.

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Re: Season Plans - looking for a share or a partner?
« Reply #1: January 24, 2024, 03:46:15 PM »
Hi All - Our full season ticket group is looking to add a few new partners. We currently have 2 seats in the club level on the aisle (Section 217. row F) for $82 a seat.  We were thinking we might go down to a half season plan though if we can't get enough games spoken for this year.  We typically like a minimum of a 5 game commitment but you can certainly have more games.  We could also merge with another group as well if that makes more sense.  Please respond here or PM me.  Thanks.

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Re: Season Plans - looking for a share or a partner?
« Reply #2: January 24, 2024, 06:04:07 PM »
I'm just a member of this group, not the plan owner. She is looking to sell some shares. (Any plan holders going to the hot stove event?)

Section 127, row L (8th row)
$80 per seat per game
Games are allocated via an online draft.
Option 1 = 2 tickets to six games for $960
Option 2 = 2 tickets to nine games for $1440

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Anyone doing their ticket drafts? Post-Covid we switched to draft via email rather than in person. The draft meetings were always fun but this is a lot more convenient. Question: what should the penalty be for not responding for 24 hours? 48 hours? A week????? Skip a turn until they respond? Their pick drops to #81? Lose a hand?

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Anyone doing their ticket drafts? Post-Covid we switched to draft via email rather than in person. The draft meetings were always fun but this is a lot more convenient. Question: what should the penalty be for not responding for 24 hours? 48 hours? A week????? Skip a turn until they respond? Their pick drops to #81? Lose a hand?
nominally, I reserve the right to skip anyone after 24 hours on a weekday. I think I've pulled the trigger on a penalty once in about 15 years. I would let that person wake up and say "ready to pick" and insert them back in the order after whoever had the current pick finished. I'm too nice about this.

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nominally, I reserve the right to skip anyone after 24 hours on a weekday. I think I've pulled the trigger on a penalty once in about 15 years. I would let that person wake up and say "ready to pick" and insert them back in the order after whoever had the current pick finished. I'm too nice about this.

That sounds reasonable. We don't have any such rule in our group, but I think that I'm the only one refreshing the Google doc non-stop.