I really feel this had to be said amongst all of the frustration on this board.
No tiers, no raised prices, no extra fees, etc. I like many was preparing for the worst when the Mac announcement was made, but the email i received outlining the process for this unfortunate left me and my group of 12 pleasantly surprised. I have been critical of many of the decisions made in the past couple of years but this was a genuine customer satisfaction move, knowing the team will likely lose money in this situation. The discount on Mac tickets from your season ticket price works for everyone regardless of price point. The guarantee price protection is a massive move when many of us were expecting a price increase in 2015.
I personally dont blame the team for the stadium not being done, the rest of the debate about location, politics, etc has nothing to do with the fact that a date was promised and not delivered.
The only part of this situation that the team can't make right is that ALL season ticket holders will not be able to attend both (or all) games at Mac, and this is not the fault of the team. It is what it is, a situation many on this forum wanted last year anyways.
Thank you to Bob and everybody involved for a very fair and much appreciated gesture to the fans that have been quite patient with this situation.