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23 minutes ago, $Greatness$ said:

Come on, Orioles! We don't need the Rays one upping us! Make Oriole tickets $1! Let's go!

Orioles have made a statement that they will not lower prices this season. 

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3 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

I no longer have anyone to talk Rays baseball with on a regular basis.

You probably mocked their stadium so much they walk the other way when they see you.

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2 hours ago, interloper said:

I'd much rather watch my good team play a bad team. Never really understood this kind of thing. As a fan I want to see a better chance of winning.

You dont want to see good players when you go to a game.

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5 hours ago, ChrisP said:

Great idea. The Orioles should drop their Upper Deck prices to $5 the rest of the season.

Actually they should drop prices in the lower section and just close  the upper deck for the rest of the season.  

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7 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

Rays' ownership ain't exactly popular down here right now.  Not sure how much impact this will have.

Who the Montreal Devil Rays?

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5 hours ago, weams said:

Orioles have made a statement that they will not lower prices this season. 

That's cool too, but that doesn't mean they can't renig on that. Not that its a big of deal, but yeah..

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10 hours ago, atomic said:

You dont want to see good players when you go to a game.

We only are allowed to see four different teams.  Not much choice anyway.

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8 hours ago, stillofan said:

Actually they should drop prices in the lower section and just close  the upper deck for the rest of the season.  

That way they could re-use all the home run balls the other teams hit; a good bit of change in all that cowhide.

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Tickets to O's games will be $2 for the first three innings, which will be played at the Trop. The last six innings will be played in Montreal, where ticket prices will be $14.

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It's a shame things went bad at that beer promotion years ago. That's how to get people to the ballpark. 

If I were the O's, I'd promote 50% off all concessions, including beer, and see what it does. Just do it one Friday night. Have other nights where kids attend free and can get duggout club pricing at any concession. 

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Driving down from Gainesville for July 3rd game. Just bought 2 tix and reserved an air b&b for me and the fiancee. The Trop is the worst, but ain't making the trip to Baltimore this year. I'll take in some O's baseball for $6 total ($1 service fee for each seat). 

Edit: Shoot, Means is slated to start too! I am happy with this purchase.

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