Nats Dugout Box 128 Row S

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Listing Name:
Nats Dugout Box 128 Row S
Season Plan:
Full Season (2017)
(81 total games)
Seats Per Game:
2
Ticket Category:
Dugout Box
Section / Row / Seat:
128 / S / 5
128 / S / 6
Games Available:
0
Price Per Ticket:
$0.00
Payment Method:
PayPal
Delivery Method:
Ticket Forwarding
Offer Minimum:
6 games
Arlington season ticket holder looking for partners for 2017 season. See list of games still available. These are great seats 16 rows behind the Nationals dugout. Nice mix weekend and weekday games available -selling weekday games for $60 per seat which is less than the $75 we paid.
Games Available:
0
Price Per Ticket:
$0.00
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    Is there a parking option? Do you still need a partner?
  • Sorry Jennifer but we don't buy parking. Yes we are still looking for partners. I plan to divide games among the partners when the Nationals schedule is set. I check with the partners to make sure they are happy with the distribution before we send out the tickets. Let me know if you are interested.
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    Couple of questions: are potential playoff games available?? and do you share "rewards points" with partners??
  • John, think i answered this question on the previous post. You would get an e-card for access to the games and red carpet rewards points. My family will use the playoff tickets for these seats. If the Nationals give season ticket holders the opportunity to buy an additional set of playoff tickets, as they have in the past, we will do that and let any partners who are interested, purchase those tickets and divide them between themselves in an equitable manner. In the past, those additional tickets were in the lower bowl a few sections down from where our season ticket seats were located.
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    I am interested in 12 games, 2 seats each. Will I get red carpet points and ecard access for my games?
  • Yes to both. I plan to divide tickets up between the partners so everyone has a mix of premium, weekday and weekend games. Let me know soon if you are interested in partnering because there are others that are interested. Thx, Kevin.
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    Great, can you let me know how the draft works and post season ticket opportunity? Thanks so much.
  • Joan, the way we distribute tickets has evolved since I started two years ago. We did'nt have a draft and i just divided the games among the partners so everyone got a mix of premium games, weekday and weekend games. Last year between myself and the four partners we distributed among ourselves 50 of the 81 games. Everyone was happy with the games they received. i would be open to doing a draft if you and others wanted to do that. The post that you responded to is from the beginning of the year and i will update it today. We posted a list of about 30 specific games last year for $65 each that were not distributed among the partners. The cost to each partner is $75 per seat/$150 per game. Have not dealt with post season tickets for our group yet. Last year was a bust and did not buy them this year because I am out of town all of October. If you took 15 games then we would allocate post tickets to you too. Let me know if you are interested and we can follow up and talk by phone.
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    I am very interested in becoming a partner for 2017 and annually for two tickets to 12-15 games. I am currently in a group that provides ecard access, club level access and proportional red carpet points, are you willing to provide the same?
  • Yes, if you purchased 15 games.
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    Are you interested in a partner for 2017?
  • Yes. I would like to split the season with someone. Are you interested in doing that? Kevin.
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    81 home games but listing shows only 56 games available - what games have been removed from the pool? - will you use the RCC trades/points to replace them if another person wants those games?
  • 1. None have been removed. If the tickets are divided between three partners we would keep one-third (27 games) and the other two partners would split the other two-thirds of the tickets (54 games). I would split the games between the partners so each partner got tickets for at least one game for each home series and had a fair mix of weekday and weekend games. We have done this before in small ticket groups and it worked will. We can be flexible and make some adjustments after the initial allocation is made or even trade games between partners during the season as the need arises. Our goal is to do this in a way that is fair so we develop long term partners. 2. After you get your ticket allocation then you can trade any of your tickets for tickets to other games. We did this a few times last year and got replacement tickets in the same row, one section over from our seats - literally 6-8 seats away from where we normally sit. Let me know if that answers your questions.
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    Would you split playoff tickets equally, too?
  • Yes, we would split them on a pro rata basis as long as the partner bought at least one third of the season. In addition, we would purchase the extra set of playoff tickets if they offer those to season ticket holders as they have in the past and would be willing to share those with partners too so everyone got to go to as many playoff games as possible.
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