Friday, January 25, 2008
Today is the first day that an individual can purchase single game Minnesota Twins Tickets for the 2008 season. The Minnesota Twins have continued the practice of charging an extra $5/Ticket for the games versus the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Milwaukee Brewers. For some reason, they don't charge the additional $5/Ticket for the home opener versus Torii Hunter and the Anaheim Angels. I am sure that will be the first game to sell out. You can buy Twins Tickets by going to Twinsfest at the Metrodome on January 26th, 27th or 28th. GO TWINS!!!
Thursday, January 17, 2008
I am sorry that I have been AWOL for the last ten days but I have a case of "Winter Depression" that I can't get rid of. With every Green Bay Packers victory I have slipped into a bigger funk that I can't seem to shake. Now to make matters worse, the Dallas Cowboys choked giving the hated Green Bay Packers the NFC Championship game. It made me sick! Because I am a glutton for Punishment, I checked out the Packers Ticket market for the game. Where do the people in Wisconsin get their money? People are paying $600/Ticket just to get in the door. I even saw some tickets in the Club Level that were selling for $1900/Ticket. There is absolutely no way that Vikings fans would pay that kind of dough for Vikings Tickets to any game at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. Maybe the beer and cheese have seeped into the brains of our neighbors? GO GIANTS!!!
Monday, January 7, 2008
It looks like it is now possible to purchase Minnesota Twins Spring Training Tickets from ticket brokers. Minnesota Twins Spring Training at Hammond Stadium in Fort Meyers, Florida begins on 2/29/2008 and ends on 3/28/2008. The Twins Spring Training Schedule is highlighted by Games versus the Boston Red Sox on 2/29, 3/1 and 3/12 as well as a game versus the New York Yankees on 3/9. I have been to a few games at Hammond Stadium and it is an absolute blast! Nothing is better than buying a few Twins Spring Training Tickets and planting yourself in the sun with an ice cold beverage and a hot dog to watch my favorite MLB team. I am not going this year, but I plan on it next year. If you want to see the Yankees or the Red Sox, you generally need to be willing to pay big bucks because those games sell out fast. Any of the other games you should be able to find for around face value. GO TWINS!!!