Hey guys, I've been following the forum on Twitter since late 2009 but haven't posted yet. I'm a North Carolina native that has been in Indiana for the past year. I have attended 5-7 games a year since the Bobcats entered the league (except for last year) but have always sat in the lower level near the bench via corporate tickets. Now that I'm back, I'm very interested in purchasing season tickets and would really appreciate any info/experience you guys have concerning the 200 level, as I'm not in the financial position at this time to spend the amount of money needed for the lower level. I know, I know, there's some good deals going on right now, but the wife is not going for it while we both are exploring different opportunities for employment and I would not want to spend for the lower levels after missing the early bird offer. In your opinions, will there be any more specials on lower level season tickets before the season starts? Or is this a one and done deal? Thanks in advance for your replies.
06-01-2010 04:25 PM
First off, Welcome!
I think that all depends on how many tickets they sold. They still have a 50% off sale somewhere until the 4th, and as far as I can tell early bird is until July 1, so you might want to call about that. I will say this, the 200 level in Charlotte is better than the 100 level in many other locations. You aren't missing anything except LB's yelling.
If I had to recommend a section, it'd be one of the corners on the home side. 204 and 205 are good. You can get that for $880 a year, or $660 if you're up a few rows (which you can usually move back down unless it's the Lakers or Cavs/Lebron's new team.
If your cash-strapped, a good bet might be a partial plan or to split with someone else, depending.
06-01-2010 10:53 PM
Indiana and NC... now those are two basketball states.