I've been a season ticket holder for many years. I want cheap tickets, more discounts and free merchandise. I deserve it! The Ti-Cats are forever indebted to me! I want limosouine servive to my front door for every game!
I received a call from my TigerCat rep as well, and I told him that I did not care to retain my season's tickets. Furthermore I told him that I wanted a refund for the playoff game that I paid for last year.
I wish the 'Cats all the best, and I am glad to see that Mr. Creehan will not be returning (this should help), but I don't care to watch these losers any longer!
That's ok. Where are your seats? With the playoff guarantee I can add tickets for 35% off too. I got my brother to get the seats beside me as a Christmas gift. It was almost the same price seasons as the Flex Pack I usually get. I love it!
You might want to give that some thought again...you've got season's tickets in past years...not been happy with the product on the field...you have an opportunity to pay MUCH LESS for what should be an improved product...and you want to BAIL OUT NOW???? :roll:
Stick it out...when we win the Grey Cup it will be that much sweeter! :rockin:
Re: Season Tickets
by Gallagher on Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:08 pm
There seems to be a little confusion on the savings for additional seats.
Season ticket holders who purchased the playoff guarantee in 2008 saw a 25% credit in their account for 2009 when they received their invoice (The 25% credit was based on the price the ticket holder paid in 2008, net of taxes). Each ticket would receive an additional savings of 10% if paid in full by Friday, January 23rd. Any ticket holder that bought the 2008 playoff guarantee has the option of extending their 25% discount to any new tickets added to their account for the 2009 season, as well as the aforementioned 10% savings if paid in full by Friday, Jan. 23rd.
Remember, the 25% credit is based on the price that the ticket holder paid in 2008 (net of taxes). Therefore, a season ticket holder in the Family Zone who adds a ticket (and was a part of the 2008 playoff guarantee) will only get 25% off of the price they paid last year towards the new ticket, not 25% off of the new ticket that is in higher priced section.
Example of a Family Zone ticket purchased at the full price of $150.00 in 2008:
Price of 2008 ticket - $150.00
Net price of 2008 ticket - $130.43
25% Playoff Guarantee Credit = $32.61
Therefore, if this season ticket holder wants to add a ticket in the Family Zone or any other section that would be considered a "better" seat, they receive the same discount of $32.61 per seat
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at (905) 547 2287 ext.251
I'll be able to give you a better and more clear cut answer than you'll get relying on forum users.
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We got ours on Monday.It has probably been said a thousand times before but the service guys and girls at #1 Jarvis are simply the best,better than all the rest.You gotta love Tina Turner!
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Apart from loving Tina Turner, I completely agree with you.
I stopped in yesterday and it was completely painless. I've never had a complaint about any dealings I've had with any of the office staff. They've always come through for me whenever I needed anything.