Thursday, November 26, 2009

NSI Quick Hit: Season Ticket Invoices Now Showing Up In Ticket Accounts

Just in time for the overhyped retail frenzy known as Black Friday, Yankees season ticket accounts are slowly being loaded with 2010 invoices. Perhaps you'll have to reconsider that 50 inch plasma television and choose to re-up your Yankees season tickets instead. The prices were announced a few months back, so at least we don't have to worry about any surprises there.

A couple of notes to keep in mind:

1) All of this information only applies to previous season ticket holders. New business will not be considered until all current licensees are settled.
2) A single payment in full is due on January 8, 2010.
3) If you want to participate in a payment plan, the total amount due will be split into three parts and payments will be due on 12/10, 1/10 & 2/10.
4) If you are unhappy with your current seat location, you will need to enroll in the payment plan, or make payment in full before your upgrade is considered. (More on that in a separate blog post tomorrow).

Hard copies of the invoices will likely be hitting mailboxes within the next week, but they are available online in ticket accounts now. We happened to stumble across it this morning, but it appears to have been active since November 23.

Typical Yankees ticket office - offer the efficiency of an online system without making use of it by sending a simple, automated email, alerting customers that a new invoice is available.
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