At a press conference held last week at the Country Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, country music star, George Strait announced he will hold the last tour of his career next year. Kicking off January 18 in Lubbock, Texas, the tour so far consists of 21 dates set for 2013 and 20 more in 2014. (more)
We’re pleased to announce the brand new Ace Ticket Loyalty program. Our program officially launched on Thursday 4/19/2012 but Ace Ticket customers who have purchased with us since 4/1/2012 will have already earned Ace Loyalty Points. Unlike many Loyatly Programs, the Ace program is very simple to understand and redeem. (more)
The New York Yankees needed to pay for their new $1.3 billion ballpark somehow. The new Yankee Stadium will feature seats 20 feet closer to the home plate and the playing field than the current stadium. Those 20 feet are going to cost you though. The first 8 rows of seats behind home plate will range in price from $500-$2500 each. No one will pay that, right? Wrong. All 122 front row $2500 seats have been sold by the Yankees. The seats come with an array of perks including non-alcoholic beverages, private restrooms, private entrance and cushioned teak chairs. Sounds nice. The new stadium won’t just be for the high rollers though. The Yankees will still offer $12 bleacher seats and $25 tickets in the grandstand.
The opening of a new Yankees Stadium has also had a profound effect on 2008 Yankees tickets sales. Saying goodbye to the “House that Ruth Built” is more important for most Yankees fans than the opening of a new stadium. Don’t get me wrong the new stadium is overdue and will be appreciated but the history of the old stadium is like that of no other ballpark.
With Yankees tickets selling at a record pace, don’t wait too long to make your plans to say goodbye to Yankees stadium.
No, Larry Bird did not walk through that door. Nor did McHale or Parish, but there is much excitement in Celtics Nation over the new Big Three. Boston’s new lineup featuring newcomers Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and old Celtic favorite Paul Pierce have made basketball relevant once again in Beantown. With only 2 losses since opening night the Celtics are one of the best teams in the NBA right now. (more)
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