Here’s something from the D.C. Sports Bog that might be of interest to those who like to see tickets stay out of the hands of the opposing team’s fans.
“…starting Friday morning at 8 a.m., the club will begin selling single-game tickets for just a single weekend series: May 4-6, against the Phillies. These tickets will remain on sale for a full month before the rest of single-game tickets go on sale. And they’ll be available only to buyers with a credit card tied to an address in Maryland, the District or Virginia.”
I know of an owner of a local hockey team that tried something similar once. I wonder what he thinks about this.
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