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While I’m a huge supporter of mini-packs in trying to fill seats with longer term buyers than the single game folks who arrive only to complain about price, I also don’t believe that mini-packs should be priced the same as their season ticket counterparts. This is an issue of understanding
I didn’t expect the impact that the Darren Rovell & Co tweets got me when I listed it as an exchange last night. Frankly, I thought it was worth something in the way of explaining my thoughts, and I was already building another tweet exchange, so I said, why not,
http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0121.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe best way to examine something is to see how the rest of the world reacts to it and that’s where John Manning comes in. Manning’s pricing principles are based in Australia, but has several years of experience in the Asian