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    Opening Day and Single Game Tickets: When do they go on sale?

    j/w i have been out of town alot the past month.. does anyone know when opening day tickets officially go on sale?

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    Re: opening day

    You might check the offical site and see if they have anything on there about it.
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    did.. didnt see anything.. soo i came here to ask..

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    Re: opening day

    i spoke to a reds rep during Redsfest....and I thought he mentioned the first weekend in March....

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    Re: opening day

    That is awful late it should be middle of February but it probably is first weekend of March.

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    Re: opening day

    The FO absolutely sucks at letting the fans in on when they will start anything! If you call the ticket office and get the right guy, you may at least get a hint if you pump 'em for info'.

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    Re: opening day

    Usually they promote their season tickets packages for awhile then offer OD tickets in the "Power Packs" for a week or so and eventually sell single game OD tickets a week before single game tickets go on sale. First week of March might be when the single game OD tickets go on sale.
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    Re: opening day

    March 31 is the Reds season home opener.

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    Re: opening day

    Any news on this?
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    Why not just buy one of the Reds ticket packages? You secure your opening day seat, as well as many more good games.
    If you can't build a winning team with that core a fire-sale isn't the solution. Selling the franchise, moving them to Nashville and converting GABP into a used car lot is.
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    Re: opening day

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    Why not just buy one of the Reds ticket packages? You secure your opening day seat, as well as many more good games.

    Some people can't afford that though.

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    Re: opening day

    Quote Originally Posted by BearcatShane View Post
    Some people can't afford that though.
    Neither can I, I'm just sayin. They're not too expensive though. For example, you can get a 20 game weekend pack including opening day ticket in terrace outfield seats for only $345. It's $150 for that plan with a bleacher seat...you can always move down. That's not too bad. I do however understand that other things, such as parking and concessions cost a lot.
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    Re: opening day

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    Neither can I, I'm just sayin. They're not too expensive though. For example, you can get a 20 game weekend pack including opening day ticket in terrace outfield seats for only $345. It's $150 for that plan with a bleacher seat...you can always move down. That's not too bad. I do however understand that other things, such as parking and concessions cost a lot.

    Damn, I can get a 20 game pack for $150!? Thats whats up, I'm gonna have to look into that.




    Edit: Nevermind the bleachers are horrible. $345 isn't that bad though for a normal seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearcatShane View Post
    Damn, I can get a 20 game pack for $150!? Thats whats up, I'm gonna have to look into that.




    Edit: Nevermind the bleachers are horrible. $345 isn't that bad though for a normal seat.
    Here's a link.
    http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/cin/t...son_20game.jsp
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    Re: opening day

    Thanks. I'm definately gonna look into that.


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