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Post#1741 » by EastSideBucksFan » Wed Mar 31, 2021 2:18 pm

Anyone have a code for the presale going on right now?

Would like to check it out before it's live to public at noon today.
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Post#1742 » by packer396 » Wed Mar 31, 2021 3:04 pm

EastSideBucksFan wrote:Anyone have a code for the presale going on right now?

Would like to check it out before it's live to public at noon today.

I have one but it won't let me PM you it. Can also DM on twitter (just followed you)
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Post#1743 » by Thunder Muscle » Wed Apr 7, 2021 2:18 pm

Has anyone actually bought single seats? What kind of priced are you paying? I looked at a couple afternoon weekend games, which I know are popular, but lowest price was like $125/ticket in upper level baseline. Is that the going rate? Maybe I should've kept tickets haha...although sure Bucks are restricting resale or some ****.
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Post#1744 » by MickeyDavis » Wed Apr 7, 2021 3:55 pm

Thunder Muscle wrote:Has anyone actually bought single seats? What kind of priced are you paying? I looked at a couple afternoon weekend games, which I know are popular, but lowest price was like $125/ticket in upper level baseline. Is that the going rate? Maybe I should've kept tickets haha...although sure Bucks are restricting resale or some ****.

Face value or on the secondary market?

ETA: I just checked the Houston game, bad team on a Friday and I'm seeing uppers as low as $56 including fees, resale and in the $65 range face. I see lowers behind the basket for about $100.

But that's against a bad team. I'm sure Nets tickets are much higher.
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Post#1745 » by Thunder Muscle » Wed Apr 7, 2021 5:56 pm

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Thunder Muscle wrote:Has anyone actually bought single seats? What kind of priced are you paying? I looked at a couple afternoon weekend games, which I know are popular, but lowest price was like $125/ticket in upper level baseline. Is that the going rate? Maybe I should've kept tickets haha...although sure Bucks are restricting resale or some ****.

Face value or on the secondary market?

ETA: I just checked the Houston game, bad team on a Friday and I'm seeing uppers as low as $56 including fees, resale and in the $65 range face. I see lowers behind the basket for about $100.

But that's against a bad team. I'm sure Nets tickets are much higher.


I think I went through their app which goes to Ticketmaster which includes a filter for secondary. Maybe it was just that game since a marquee matchup. Those Rockets tickets seem more in line.
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Post#1746 » by soxperry » Wed Apr 7, 2021 7:56 pm

What would be the argument against letting in an unlimited number of people who are fully vaccinated while limiting the rest and assigning those that arent vaccinated to specific seats that are spaced appropriately from other non vaxx seats?
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Post#1747 » by MickeyDavis » Wed Apr 7, 2021 8:16 pm

I think they'll be working towards something like that as more get the shot(s). Hopefully.
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Post#1748 » by EastSideBucksFan » Wed Apr 7, 2021 8:28 pm

soxperry wrote:What would be the argument against letting in an unlimited number of people who are fully vaccinated while limiting the rest and assigning those that arent vaccinated to specific seats that are spaced appropriately from other non vaxx seats?



Mostly PR, ethics debate of a vaccine passport, logistics and just erring on the side of caution so as to not shut down the league


Maybe we'll get to 50% by playoffs, but I wouldn't expect much beyond that

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Post#1749 » by MartyConlonOnTheRun » Wed Apr 7, 2021 8:44 pm

Thunder Muscle wrote:Has anyone actually bought single seats? What kind of priced are you paying? I looked at a couple afternoon weekend games, which I know are popular, but lowest price was like $125/ticket in upper level baseline. Is that the going rate? Maybe I should've kept tickets haha...although sure Bucks are restricting resale or some ****.

I would also check in case the bucks release or lower tickets. Yesterday the lowest price was $64 for the hornets and it dropped to $46 for standard tickets.

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Post#1750 » by old skool » Thu Apr 8, 2021 5:48 pm

I think the issue is much more complicated than seating configurations.

The real issue is how to handle entering and exiting the arena, concessions, rest rooms, and concourse gathering. With 1800 fans in attendance, those issues are pretty simple to address. At 50% attendance concessions would be a mess. Rest rooms would probably need some sort of traffic cop. There is no simple solution.
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Post#1751 » by MickeyDavis » Thu Apr 8, 2021 6:36 pm

I'm looking forward to getting to a game before th season ends. I'll pick a game or two this weekend. I've been debating it since it's a modified version but it's been over a year and I need some live Bucks basketball.
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Post#1752 » by MartyConlonOnTheRun » Fri Apr 9, 2021 12:31 am

old skool wrote:I think the issue is much more complicated than seating configurations.

The real issue is how to handle entering and exiting the arena, concessions, rest rooms, and concourse gathering. With 1800 fans in attendance, those issues are pretty simple to address. At 50% attendance concessions would be a mess. Rest rooms would probably need some sort of traffic cop. There is no simple solution.

But will any of that matter come June? Everyone who wants/can be vaccinated have an opportunity by end of May and hopefully cases will be down to 5k or less. It will never be perfect But at that point the risk will be pretty low.

ETA: there is a chance June could be our safest month as everyone who planned on getting vaccinated got a shot, we dont know if vaccines will wane, and people will be less likely to get boosters than the original shot.

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