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I was just looking because I never see it advertised. I know its for season ticket holders, but is that section always sold out, because I dont remember seeing offers for it before the season started?

 

I sat there last game, because this guy swapped me and my friends tickets for some of the seats he had there, all because we were nice and gave him a beer before the game.

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I was just looking because I never see it advertised. I know its for season ticket holders, but is that section always sold out, because I dont remember seeing offers for it before the season started?

 

I sat there last game, because this guy swapped me and my friends tickets for some of the seats he had there, all because we were nice and gave him a beer before the game.

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One of the only way to sit there is to buy full season tickets there for the entire season, it's something like $10,000 per seat.

 

Your ONLY other option is to buy seats in there for just one game off of eBay, usually around $400 to $600 for two seats on eBay. Also, a lot of companies own seats in the Batters Box and give tickets out to their employees, so if you work for one of these companies, consider yourself lucky :thumbup .

 

If there was a Marlins game on my birthday, I would consider buying two seats in there on my birthday.

 

Just go to www.ebay.com and do a search for "batters box marlins," or better yet, just go here... http://search.ebay.com/batters-box-marlins...ntrypageZsearch and http://search.stores.ebay.com/ws/search/St...sspagename=WD1S

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yeah thats what I figured.

 

I searched for them online last night and they were like $250 so getting them by swapping $34 seats was not bad.

 

got to walk by the clubhouse, see delgado and alfonseca before the game, and the whole team after the game including dillon with the pie in the face.

 

definately a great experience, who knows when ill sit there again.

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I have Batter's Box seats. Row B seats 8 and 9 (4 seats from Loria and so close to the Marlins dugout, you can hear McKeon yell at the umpire). If anyone ever wanted to buy them, and provided I wasn't going to the game, I would sell them for $170 each (face value is $125 per ticket plus $10 for the Preferred Parking Pass).

 

There are a bunch of games I can't go to in July and early August. (Cubs game are already sold)

 

you can contact me at [email protected] if interested.

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I have Batter's Box seats. Row B seats 8 and 9 (4 seats from Loria and so close to the Marlins dugout, you can hear McKeon yell at the umpire). If anyone ever wanted to buy them, and provided I wasn't going to the game, I would sell them for $170 each (face value is $125 per ticket plus $10 for the Preferred Parking Pass).

 

There are a bunch of games I can't go to in July and early August. (Cubs game are already sold)

 

you can contact me at [email protected] if interested.

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If you paid $20,000 for two seats in the batters box, then obviously you're in a situation where you should not feel the need to scalp them for a measley small profit.

 

I will gladly buy two tickets for any game of the upcoming Texas Rangers series at face value.

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Tjelke, so you know and unwittingly get yourself in a peck of trouble, it's illegal to sell tickets in the Florida for more than face value.

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It's also illegal to drive 3 MPH over the speed limit.

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Not necessarily. Regardless of the speed limit, you are required to follow the flow of the traffic. If you're on 95 and it's pretty busy with every car travling at 75mph and there you are going the speedlimit of 55mph, that is dangerous and you would be pulled over for it if the traffic is heavy enough. I know this because it's happened to me.

 

But I know you were just talking about the tickets and how scalping laws are not enforced, but that is wrong and a false assumption.

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i appreciate the legal advice, but i asked the marlins sales office how much i could sell the tickets for, and they said 180 each (which is what they would cost a non-season ticket holder if the tickets were actually available in the box office.

 

but for you guys in the forum, i'll make it season tix face value. $125 a ticket, plus $10 for the parking pass, plus shipping if i have to mail them.

 

marlins fans only, though....last thing i need is loria getting mad at me for putting a met fan next to him.

 

[email protected] if you are interested.

 

 

:D

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i appreciate the legal advice, but i asked the marlins sales office how much i could sell the tickets for, and they said 180 each (which is what they would cost a non-season ticket holder if the tickets were actually available in the box office.

 

but for you guys in the forum, i'll make it season tix face value. $125 a ticket, plus $10 for the parking pass, plus shipping if i have to mail them.

 

marlins fans only, though....last thing i need is loria getting mad at me for putting a met fan next to him.

 

[email protected] if you are interested.

 

 

:D

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I sent you an email! :D

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