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Thread: Fewer Suites - More Club Seats In New Arena

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    Probably a good call, I can't recall how many games I have gone to and there are completely empty suites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKE_GoldenEagleFan View Post
    Probably a good call, I can't recall how many games I have gone to and there are completely empty suites.
    Many suite holders don't care about MU, and have them for the Bucks and other events. Hopefully this helps avoid the dark suites at MU games.

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    Going by it, many people don't care about Brewer games, since the Brewers cut down on how many they had.

    What suite holders are going to MU vs Maine. Don't know if they were used much during Admirals game as well. It just a different era and we are less in the suite era than in the early 90's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MU/Panther View Post
    Going by it, many people don't care about Brewer games, since the Brewers cut down on how many they had.

    What suite holders are going to MU vs Maine. Don't know if they were used much during Admirals game as well. It just a different era and we are less in the suite era than in the early 90's.
    Brewers and the Bradley Center (or new arena) are different deals. Lease a suite at Miller Park and you know you are doing so for the Brewers, and will buy the tickets for the Brewer games.

    Lease a suite at the Bradley Center, and if you don't want to buy tickets to MU, Admirals, Globe Trotters, concerts, whatever comes to the BC, and just buy Bucks tickets you can, but then the suite is not used for the other events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose85 View Post
    Brewers and the Bradley Center (or new arena) are different deals. Lease a suite at Miller Park and you know you are doing so for the Brewers, and will buy the tickets for the Brewer games.
    My point is, as you said the Brewers suites are just for the Brewers and they got rid of some of those suites, since there was too many for the Brewers to sell now compared to 2001. The Bucks owners do not want to waste all this room by building too many suites. It's not a 2016 thing in volume as in years past.
    Last edited by MU/Panther; 05-16-2016 at 04:13 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MU/Panther View Post
    My point is, as you said the Brewers suites are just for the Brewers and they got rid of some of those suites, since there was too many for the Brewers to sell now compared to 2001. The Bucks owners do not want to waste all this room by building too many suites. It's not a 2016 thing in volume as in years past.
    I like the idea of more open areas in the arena. Less suites is good I think. I know what club seats are at Miller Park, but what will the club seats likely be at the new Bucks arena?

    Different dynamic in the NFL as the teams get to keep revenue from suites so more might be better, while all other ticket revenue is shared with the visiting team.

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    My thinking is that the ROI on suite rental isn't what it used to be 20-30 years ago. The fact is that if a company has a suite at the BC, and it is dark on any given game day, it is a waste of a resource. The larger firms still probably will buy them. Everyone else is probably good with a set of club seats instead.

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    I know club seats at Miller Park come with a wait staff, etc. What are the perks of the club seats at the new arena expected to be?

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    This is becoming very common, especially in baseball. Take 3 adjoining suites, knock down some walls and make it into a club.

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