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what method ... used to place people.

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I went from one of the closest seats to the furthest.


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I still haven't heard what method they used to place people.  I went from one of the closest seats to the furthest.

I was told that they would be rotating through members to fill the seats. So if you got tickets for one game, you might not get for the next, but if you do, the odds of you getting three in a row are slim to none. They want to make sure everyone can attend somewhat equally.

 

As for where the seats are, they said they would try their best to keep you where you normally are, but if they can't, they will put you where they can based on what you said you would be willing to pay. If you had mid-range tickets, they won't put you in more expensive seats unless you tell them you're okay with that. It's tough for the lower bowl because there are a lot more season ticket holders there than in the upper bowl. With the seats broken down into pods of 2, 3, and 4, it really limits the number of seats available in each section. 101 only has 56 tickets available for each game when we used to have closer to 500. It's just the way the social distancing breaks down.

 

Hopefully they'll be able to figure out how to expand to 30% capacity sooner rather than later.



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I was told that they would be rotating through members to fill the seats. So if you got tickets for one game, you might not get for the next, but if you do, the odds of you getting three in a row are slim to none. They want to make sure everyone can attend somewhat equally.
 
As for where the seats are, they said they would try their best to keep you where you normally are, but if they can't, they will put you where they can based on what you said you would be willing to pay. If you had mid-range tickets, they won't put you in more expensive seats unless you tell them you're okay with that. It's tough for the lower bowl because there are a lot more season ticket holders there than in the upper bowl. With the seats broken down into pods of 2, 3, and 4, it really limits the number of seats available in each section. 101 only has 56 tickets available for each game when we used to have closer to 500. It's just the way the social distancing breaks down.
 
Hopefully they'll be able to figure out how to expand to 30% capacity sooner rather than later.

my guess is they want to start small so they can nail down operations and slowly expand from there also wait for more people to be vaccinated which hopefully by the end of May a lot are

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Hopefully they'll be able to figure out how to expand to 30% capacity sooner rather than later.


It really shouldn't be that difficult.
If it is, just hire a consultant.
https://www.sportstr...ial-distancing/

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It really shouldn't be that difficult.
If it is, just hire a consultant.
https://www.sportstr...ial-distancing/

its the concourse imo that cause problem they are cramped with poor airflow

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its the concourse imo that cause problem they are cramped with poor airflow


Close the concession stands.
Remove all kiosks blocking the concourse.

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Close the concession stands.
Remove all kiosks blocking the concourse.


^This.

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Close the concession stands.
Remove all kiosks blocking the concourse.

How much do you charge for consulting?

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How much do you charge for consulting?


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How much do you charge for consulting?


Who would pay me for advising them to close their profitable concession stands?

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Close the concession stands.
Remove all kiosks blocking the concourse.

 

Agreed and to add to that, provide each attendee with a bottle of water and small snack upon entry. 



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provide each attendee with a bottle of water and snack 


AFAIK, everyone can bring in a sealed bottle of water,
possibly also a sandwich in a plastic bag.

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AFAIK, everyone can bring in a sealed bottle of water


I can confirm that, I've been bringing them since the arena opened.

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AFAIK, everyone can bring in a sealed bottle of water,
possibly also a sandwich in a plastic bag.

https://www.newyorkr...m_campaign=faqs

 

Can I bring my own food? 

Outside food or beverage is not permitted into the arena at this time. 


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