I've reserved a block of group tickets for 2 games in the Sox-A's July series: Sat 7/13 and Sun 7/14. This is the only series the Sox will play in Oakland in 2013. Seats will be in our usual spot -- Lower Box section along the 1st base line. Tickets are $39 each.
Update - 3/1/13
If you want to RSVP/claim any of the remaining tickets for this game, payment is due up front. You can pay for ticket(s) by sending $39 per ticket to my Paypal account: [masked].
NOTE -- VERY IMPORTANT: In Paypal, after clicking on the "Send Money" tab, be sure to select "send money to family/friends." DO NOT CHOOSE "pay for goods/services" or I will be charged a Paypal usage fee, which I will then have to collect from you before I send you any tickets!
If you need to pay me by alternative means, send me an email.
Non-Red Sox fans are welcome to come as your guests, but please make sure they understand that they will be sitting with a group of spirited Red Sox fans!
You are not guaranteed tickets to any games until you have paid for your tickets, so please RSVP and pay for your tickets ASAP.
If your plans change after you have RSVP'd yes and you can no longer attend, please be sure to update your RSVP.
If your plans change after you have paid for your tickets and you can no longer attend, you are responsible for reselling the tickets if you want to recoup costs. Tickets, once purchased, are non-refundable.
If you RSVP’d for tickets for past events and then totally flaked on paying for them or letting me know you no longer wanted them, you will NOT be able to RSVP for tickets in the future without paying for them upfront.
If there are specific people you need to sit with, you must send one payment covering the cost of everyone’s tickets, along with the name of each person in your party.
If there are specific people you don’t want to sit with or next to, sorry, I won’t be able to accommodate this type of request, and you should probably get tickets on your own.
To the degree that I can, I always try to put people together who know each other, but I also try to mix new and veteran group members together so that there’s opportunity to get to know others in the group. (If you prefer not to sit next to people you don’t know, you probably shouldn’t participate in Meetup events, which by their very nature will often put you in the position of interacting with people you may not know.) Thanks for your understanding.
Send me an email: [masked]