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10/17/2017 9:13 AM

pre-sale code FBSX18.... is currently working

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10/17/2017 10:14 AM

Thanks for that, just got my tickets for San Diego!

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10/17/2017 10:50 AM

no atl supercross showing?

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10/17/2017 11:16 AM

First time going. We're heading to Tampa. Are the pit passes worth it? When do the track maps get released? I am not sure I want to buy tickets without knowing the track layout.

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10/17/2017 12:10 PM

Have they released track maps already?

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10/17/2017 12:18 PM

jbutah3000 wrote:

First time going. We're heading to Tampa. Are the pit passes worth it? When do the track maps get released? I am not sure I want to buy tickets without knowing the track layout.

Pits are free with empty Monster can, so no the passes aren't worth it.

I'm curious as to what difference the track map would make to whether you go or not?

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10/17/2017 12:27 PM

jbutah3000 wrote:

First time going. We're heading to Tampa. Are the pit passes worth it? When do the track maps get released? I am not sure I want to buy tickets without knowing the track layout.

mx617 wrote:

Pits are free with empty Monster can, so no the passes aren't worth it.

I'm curious as to what difference the track map would make to whether you go or not?

We're definitely going, the track map would just help pick out our seats so we could try and get the best view.

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10/17/2017 12:27 PM

Wasn’t there a race last year that you had to buy pit passes? Maybe SLC? I know for Seattle they didn’t say anything about Monster cans like they did with the other races, so my brother paid like 65 for two on their website. Man was he pissed when he saw they were accepting Monster cans.

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10/17/2017 12:44 PM

Definitely do not advise buying tickets before track maps are released.

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10/17/2017 12:46 PM

jbutah3000 wrote:

First time going. We're heading to Tampa. Are the pit passes worth it? When do the track maps get released? I am not sure I want to buy tickets without knowing the track layout.

God yes, the pit passes are worth it. It is $10 or stand in a line a half mile long with dudes wearing flat bills hats, holding a Monster Can.

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10/17/2017 1:06 PM

Why on earth is 1st row never available come live on the dot at pre-sale, pertaining to Anaheim’s? It raises my suspicions that they’re blacked out & reserved for industry fam/friends. This is the 5th or 6th year in a row that the front rows are blacked out on essentially all sections. I’ve never had this problem when I went to the gate to buy tickets the day of sale. Ever since Tickmaster has been migrated to the primary method of sale and moved up way before gate sale dates I’ve NEVER been able to grab front row. I used to grab the front row in the homerun right field pavilion and club level for select races depending on the financial situation that year. Anybody have any insider information on this?

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10/17/2017 1:35 PM

Dizzy714 wrote:

Why on earth is 1st row never available come live on the dot at pre-sale, pertaining to Anaheim’s? It raises my suspicions that they’re blacked out & reserved for industry fam/friends. This is the 5th or 6th year in a row that the front rows are blacked out on essentially all sections. I’ve never had this problem when I went to the gate to buy tickets the day of sale. Ever since Tickmaster has been migrated to the primary method of sale and moved up way before gate sale dates I’ve NEVER been able to grab front row. I used to grab the front row in the homerun right field pavilion and club level for select races depending on the financial situation that year. Anybody have any insider information on this?

My hunch is that sponsors/brokers get the tickets for the first few rows on the Club level.
I tried for years- going to the ticket office at Anaheim stadium on the first day of SX sales in July. Never could buy tickets on along the rail, so I quit trying.

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10/17/2017 1:39 PM

I managed to book 1st row seats club level for A2 and Glendale.
$100

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10/17/2017 1:44 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/17/2017 1:45 PM

Tonynz wrote:

I managed to book 1st row seats club level for A2 and Glendale.
$100

I bought two tix 2nd row club level for $75 ea Glendale (with the usual + $40 in bend over fees)

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10/17/2017 1:57 PM

Tonynz wrote:

I managed to book 1st row seats club level for A2 and Glendale.
$100

Trudare69 wrote:

I bought two tix 2nd row club level for $75 ea Glendale (with the usual + $40 in bend over fees)

Saw that second row was $75, front $100

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@TONY351KTM

10/17/2017 2:03 PM

Dizzy714 wrote:

Why on earth is 1st row never available come live on the dot at pre-sale, pertaining to Anaheim’s? It raises my suspicions that they’re blacked out & reserved for industry fam/friends. This is the 5th or 6th year in a row that the front rows are blacked out on essentially all sections. I’ve never had this problem when I went to the gate to buy tickets the day of sale. Ever since Tickmaster has been migrated to the primary method of sale and moved up way before gate sale dates I’ve NEVER been able to grab front row. I used to grab the front row in the homerun right field pavilion and club level for select races depending on the financial situation that year. Anybody have any insider information on this?

Xeno wrote:

My hunch is that sponsors/brokers get the tickets for the first few rows on the Club level.
I tried for years- going to the ticket office at Anaheim stadium on the first day of SX sales in July. Never could buy tickets on along the rail, so I quit trying.

What would your hunch be in regards to the right field pavilion? As those aren’t ‘high class’ tickets necessarily. The first 2-3 rows are always blacked out even there immediately when the presale goes live an I’m forced to grab 3rd or 4th. I called the stadium and they have no information as to if or when they’ll be selling tickets at the gate. I called Ticketmaster in search of information and according to their system they’re not sold yet, but they’re being ‘held for a different promotion/or level of access’ than the social media presale code that we all have. She was not able to verify if they’re available through a different promotional code or if they’re being held until the public sale goes live. I’m scratching my head on this one.

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10/17/2017 4:04 PM

Anyone able to get Seattle yet?

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10/19/2017 10:45 AM

thearc wrote:

Anyone able to get Seattle yet?

I'm in today. $24 per ticket in service fees? That's fucking nuts man. 25% of the ticket cost. Anyone have a discount code??

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