Description – My season’s tickets are superb aisle seats between the red and blue lines in the First National Bank Club. I also have a parking pass available for sale at cost for most games in the attached Cambria Suites Parking Garage, which provides covered parking and the quickest exit possible after every game.
There are four tiers of pricing that the Penguins have instituted for regular season games: Platinum (Premium), Gold (Weekend Regular), Silver (Weekday Regular) and Bronze (Weekday Discount), where the descriptions in parentheses are mine.
Objective – Sell 15-20 surplus regular season games at my average season’s ticket holder cost. Because of the flexibility of the Penguin’s policies, I can usually get four seats together for almost all games except for Platinum games.
Process – All tickets are now e-tickets and are transferred to the buyer’s individual’s Penguin’s account. There are no “hard” tickets except for very specific situations. Transfers are not reversible and therefore payment must be arranged in advance.
Initial Focus – Ideally I would like to split the seats on an approximate 50/50 basis, probably based on the Penguins Plan A and B approach. My initial objective will be to focus on games in October, November and early December. However, I am willing to address all games in 2021 and 2022 now, including the playoffs.
Special Offer – Because of conflicts at the end of September and early October, I am offering both tickets for either game for $200, including the garage parking pass.