The 10 AM slots for Saturday morning were the first to fill up, but according to the Yankees website, all other slots are still available for tours. We are very, very tempted to sign up and give the Yankee ticket reps the timeshare treatment (feign interest in a sales pitch in order to get something we want). Plus, we have always dreamed of donning a hardhat, and according to the website, Yankee Stadium is still a construction zone:
Each guest is allowed to bring one additional guest with them. Yankee Stadium remains a construction site. Release waivers must be signed and hard hats must be worn. Only guests with a confirmed appointment will be admitted in the stadium.Fellow blog creator Nick is in town from college this weekend. Let us know what you think - is it poor etiquette to take the tour and waste the Yankees' time when there is no way we could ever afford those tickets? Or do the Yankees deserve to have their time wasted for the way they handled the relocation process? Knowing our impulsive ways, we'd walk out of the new stadium the proud owners of a 41 game plan for $26,000. Maybe we should just stay away.
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