What’s in it for me?

A Look Inside the New Indians Ticket System

 

Okay, Indianapolis Indians,”
you think. You have a new ticket partnership with Glitnir Ticketing. That sounds great. But… so, what? Why should I care?  What’s in it for me?”

Excellent question. The
answer?  A lot is in it for you!

I’m a season ticket holder.

Say
goodbye to ticket forwarding fees. Manage your season tickets online with “My Indians Account.” The new system allows you to forward tickets to friends, family and co-workers
at no cost to you
. 

I buy my tickets one game
at a time.

If
your appointment book rivals Oprah’s and you buy your tickets for one game at a
time you’ll enjoy the new choose-your-seat feature.

Previously
you were only able to select a general vicinity of the ballpark to sit in.
This year, choose your precise seat location, down to the section, row and
seat number.  The most popular feature so
far, you’ll see exactly what is available and get those perfect seats you
always long for.


            I hate Will Call lines.

Skip
the line and print your tickets at home. The new ticketing system offers a
FREE print-at-home ticket option
when you buy your tickets online.

 
I like saving money.

Who
doesn’t? The new ticket system significantly slashes service fees.  For example, a family of four purchasing two
adult tickets and two child tickets would previously have paid $18 in
service fees. With the new ticket system
that same family will pay $6 in fees for the same tickets.


Give the new purchase
system a try – visit IndyIndians.com and get your seats for the 2011
season today.
The Victory Field Box
Office will open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 for walk-up and
charge-by-phone (317-269-2282) purchases.

 

 

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By: Diana Nolting

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