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Nats reverse stupid rainout ticketing policy; Andy Feffer’s on the job training

The Washington Nationals bowed to fan brushback, media scolding and common sense in reversing the stupid ticketing policy I blogged about earlier today. Andy Feffer was quoted in this Nationals Journal (The Post) entry: “It’s a nice problem to have. We haven’t talked about what happens when you have high-capacity crowds every night at Nationals

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Nats getting hammered for stupid rain-out policy is good

Last night’s Washington Nationals postponment brought the front office’s new rainout policy to the forefront. Tickets from last night’s game can only be exchanged for tickets to the Thursday afternoon make-up game. Numerous fans expressed displeasure with the Nationals’ decision, particularly given time constraints. Many ticket holders were concerned they would not be able to

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Nats have highest average concession prices, bad TV deal to blame?

It came out today that the Washington Nationals have some of the highest concession prices in the majors (Wash. Business Journal/WTOP) according to Team Marketing Report. This isn’t surprising, nor is it good news for fans. The sports marketing publisher has created a Fan Cost Index, which includes four adult average-priced tickets, two draft beers,

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