OT - Yard Goats Home Opener Sold Out in 30 Minutes

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So confused, because the following day for Game 2, there are SO many tickets. Like every section has high availability. Any thoughts? Did people purchase in bulk to sell on secondary market?
 
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So confused, because the following day for Game 2, there are SO many tickets. Like every section has high availability. Any thoughts? Did people purchase in bulk to sell on secondary market?
I don't think so because you were only allowed to purchase up to 4 seats but ST holders were allowed to buy 4 extra tickets prior to single tickets going on sale which would diminish the # available.
 
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Saw Email this morning @ 9 am for 10am start of sale. Fell back asleep and woke up at 10:36. New to the website. Didn't know I had one of the last tickets picked. Pressed the back button. Tried again and all sold out. Pissed.

Had to buy thru vivid seats. 37, but over 53 will fees. $7 to email me a ticket? Bummed I won't get a paper ticket

Did anyone that got one from Milb website, is it a paper ticket mailed to you or electronic?
 

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Welcome to Connecticut:

People will spend $50 to watch marginal Colorado Rockies prospects on a cold day - but UConn hosts their conference tournament and googling tickets to buy for $10 covering 10 games is too much to ask.

This place is torture
 

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Welcome to Connecticut:

People will spend $50 to watch marginal Colorado Rockies prospects on a cold day - but UConn hosts their conference tournament and googling tickets to buy for $10 covering 10 games is too much to ask.

This place is torture
Now you are over here beating the same drum
My God
 

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Welcome to Connecticut:

People will spend $50 to watch marginal Colorado Rockies prospects on a cold day - but UConn hosts their conference tournament and googling tickets to buy for $10 covering 10 games is too much to ask.

This place is torture
Playing devil's advocate, but I was quite pissed about missing out on a chance to see David Dahl and Kyle Freeland.
 
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I'll get you my nephew's Jr. Wolfpack schedule - it's better than D3 and it's free!
D3 games are normally free. They are good hockey players, maybe many just too small for D1. I enjoy going to D3 games. Some of these campuses put UConn to shame compared to when I was there.
 

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D3 games are normally free. They are good hockey players, maybe many just too small for D1. I enjoy going to D3 games. Some of these campuses put UConn to shame compared to when I was there.
Yes, many elite D3 campuses look good in comparison to UConn 15 years ago.

It's too bad there isn't a USHL team around here. My cousin led the league in penalty minutes in back to back seasons. The games are a complete circus - they ride buses 8-12 hours at a clip and show up just looking for someone to punch.
 

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