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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Reds Attendance Through Four Games:
    2013 - 32,580
    2012 - 25,970
    2011 - 29,248
    2010 - 27,122
    2009 - 23,965
    2008 - 21,601

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Game 5: 34,762

    Running total:
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

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    23,795 for the day game on 4/4 (home game 3), which wrapped up the series with the Angels, taking the season attendance to 102,220.

    Attendance for the series was (obviously) 102,220.

    Average attendance for the season stands at 34,073.
    Those are BRM numbers, right there. I remember distinctly in the 70s at games hearing attendance numbers in the 35K range. Going to games was so much fun; you always thought your team was in the game. I'm not saying they can keep up those figures, but mad props to Castellini for bringing that kind of excitement back to town.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    I don't think the Reds will keep up these numbers all year. It certainly helps that it was the loaded Angels here on opening week followed by the loaded Nationals. I went out of my way to be sure to get to a game in the Angels series to see Mike Trout. I am sure plenty of other people did as well (perhaps not just him, but the big three hitters they have). Let's see how they are looking when the Pirates come to town a few times. Tomorrow should be good though. Cueto and Strasburg? 35,000 isn't out of the question.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30 View Post
    Game 5: 34,762

    Running total:
    Running total is 165,094.

    Average per game through 5 games is 33,019.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    I don't think the Reds will keep up these numbers all year. It certainly helps that it was the loaded Angels here on opening week followed by the loaded Nationals. I went out of my way to be sure to get to a game in the Angels series to see Mike Trout. I am sure plenty of other people did as well (perhaps not just him, but the big three hitters they have). Let's see how they are looking when the Pirates come to town a few times. Tomorrow should be good though. Cueto and Strasburg? 35,000 isn't out of the question.
    I go to games to see the Reds.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds/Flyers Fan View Post
    I go to games to see the Reds.
    So do I. But I can also see the Reds 81 times a year. When is the next time I am going to get a chance to see Mike Trout play in person? It might not be until the All-Star game is here in Cincinnati.

    But let's call a spade a spade, the casual fans are coming in sometimes because of who the Reds are playing, not just because the Reds are playing. When superstars are here, attendance is going to be higher. The Tigers are in town and Justin Verlander isn't pitching? Not going to be as high as if they are in town and he is pitching. Johnny Cueto and Stephen Strasburg in the same game? That is something you might want to tell your kids you saw or take your kids to so they can tell their kids that they saw. Johnny Cueto vs Luke Hochevar might make you decide to watch the game at home and go later in the week.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Good post, Doug. Pretty much summarizes why I went to see part of the Angels/Reds series. I would usually wait and go when it's warmer but I really wanted to see Trout. I don't think I'm alone, even amongst us "diehards." (I'd qualify myself as a diehard obviously.)

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    The biggest thing is winning. If they win, the fans will come.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Reds just over 32,000 today. C Trent just retweeted this, and I think it is part of the reason the numbers seem lower than expected with the match up.

    Ticket prices were a little brutal. I can’t do bleachers and that was only thing avail for under $25!

    This new dynamic pricing could come into play a little bit too.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Reds just over 32,000 today. C Trent just retweeted this, and I think it is part of the reason the numbers seem lower than expected with the match up.

    Ticket prices were a little brutal. I canít do bleachers and that was only thing avail for under $25!

    This new dynamic pricing could come into play a little bit too.
    Yep, the dynamic pricing is tricky especially when it competes with StubHub and the like. I think people were over selling the impact of Cueto v Strasburg. I don't know what the breakdown is of pre bought tix vs walkup but I don't think you'd get more than 5K -10K walkup no matter what the matchup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Red View Post
    Yep, the dynamic pricing is tricky especially when it competes with StubHub and the like. I think people were over selling the impact of Cueto v Strasburg. I don't know what the breakdown is of pre bought tix vs walkup but I don't think you'd get more than 5K -10K walkup no matter what the matchup.
    Unless it's a sellout/bobblehead type game you can almost always get in under face value on Stubhub. Got a 28 dollar ticket for 21 for the third Angels game.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

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    I go to games to see the Reds.
    Of course, but I also pick and choose which games to attend based on the opponent. That's how my dad used to do it too, when I was a kid. If we had a chance to attend a game against Hank Aaron or Willie Mays a few times a year, we were there. I'm sure a lot of fans who aren't season ticket holders do it this way as well.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Game 6 (Sunday vs. Nationals): 32,514

    Running total: 197,608

    Per game average: 32,934
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    I don't think this year is a fluke. Attendance through six games is the highest it has ever been at GABP by over 4,000 fans per game!

    Reds Attendance Through Six Games:
    2013 - 32,933
    2012 - 27,141
    2011 - 25,802
    2010 - 27,112
    2009 - 23,132
    2008 - 22,674
    2007 - 23,569
    2006 - 23,779
    2005 - 27,595
    2004 - 27,769
    2003 - 28,883 (First year at GABP)


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