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We usually have season ticket invoices by now. Has anyone heard anything? Isn't the final payment usually due in early April? Aside from them notifying me of the 1 game I was allowed to attend in 2020, the only communication I've had with the ticket office (since I received my invoice last year) was them trying to sell me box seats for a game.
 

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I had not considered the 4,300 displaced fans. I feel really bad for them. The majority will either not get a chance at new tickets or their options will be SKY HIGH expensive. (Bunker Club......anyone?) I suspect the Saints will be jacking my tickets up a pretty fair amount this year, they need to weed out some people and will be jacking up everybody they can who has tickets under $200/game. I fear my time as a Season Ticket holder may be coming to an end soon.
I hope there isn't a price increase. I think we've had one the past four years. They used to be about every other year. This would be two increases since the last time I sat in my seats. I figured they've just been trying to get prices as high as possible before Drew retires. I expect some cancellations with the pandemic and more figuring the good years are behind us.
 

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Didn’t Latoya cancel all big festivals and large gatherings through 2021? If that’s the case you’re looking at minimum fans once again in the Dome.
 

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Didn’t Latoya cancel all big festivals and large gatherings through 2021? If that’s the case you’re looking at minimum fans once again in the Dome.
I don’t think so. I think that was last year. And Mardi Gras this year. The entire country could be vaccinated by the end of summer.
 

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Didn’t Latoya cancel all big festivals and large gatherings through 2021? If that’s the case you’re looking at minimum fans once again in the Dome.
Jazz fest is scheduled for this October. I think FQF was moved to the fall also.
 

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Last year i decided to just forfeit the opportunity to attend any games due to the pandemic.. Does anyone think that that willl be an option again this year? To just roll over my paid-in-full season tickets (that i paid off a year ago) to 2022? I’m not saying i would or wouldnt take advantage of it, but since things arent quite ’normal’ by pre-pandemic standards, and not all Americans will be vaccinated by September, I’d consider it.
 

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I had not considered the 4,300 displaced fans. I feel really bad for them. The majority will either not get a chance at new tickets or their options will be SKY HIGH expensive. (Bunker Club......anyone?) I suspect the Saints will be jacking my tickets up a pretty fair amount this year, they need to weed out some people and will be jacking up everybody they can who has tickets under $200/game. I fear my time as a Season Ticket holder may be coming to an end soon.
That’s what I’m thinking with the options they may make available. I’m one of those displaced and if it’s a choice of getting seats that are a big jump in price, it’ll probably just make it easier for me to just not renew. Would be a sad day, but we are just so used to knowing everyone around us and the section has a great time at the game. Our section hardly has any opposing fans.
 

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The Saints actually attempted to authorize my card for something on February 12th, but it was declined because I locked the card.

Not sure what that was about…
Did you have any refunded credits scheduled to go back to your card?
 

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Do we know if they've finished contacting all of the STHs who are losing seats due to the reconstruction of the Dome? I can't see them moving forward with invoices until they have that taken care of.
I got the call yesterday. I am in the number of those losing my seats. I was called and offered the North Endzone Club Seats ( ROW 1 $4,120 - $3,570, ROW 2-6 $2,930-$2,320 per seat, per season. The price depends on if you sign a contract for multiple years (max increase 3% per year).

I had not considered the 4,300 displaced fans. I feel really bad for them. The majority will either not get a chance at new tickets or their options will be SKY HIGH expensive. (Bunker Club......anyone?) I suspect the Saints will be jacking my tickets up a pretty fair amount this year, they need to weed out some people and will be jacking up everybody they can who has tickets under $200/game. I fear my time as a Season Ticket holder may be coming to an end soon.
If we don't pick the North Endzone Club then we have to wait and see whatever is left over after everyone else renews.

I hope there isn't a price increase. I think we've had one the past four years. They used to be about every other year. This would be two increases since the last time I sat in my seats. I figured they've just been trying to get prices as high as possible before Drew retires. I expect some cancellations with the pandemic and more figuring the good years are behind us.
Saints do not raise ticket prices for 2021
 

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I just looked up. I have a $2k credit and only owe about 600 this season for two seats.
 

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First payments are usually due mid- to late-March and final payment due late-May/early-June.

But yeah, I haven’t received anything either. I’ll have to pay something though since I had 2 games last year.
haha yea definitely gonna be a small bill this year (only got one game last season)
 
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haha yea definitely gonna be a small bill this year (only got one game last season)
Yeah, mine's is much smaller than it usually is only having to pay $1,108. I had got one regular season game and the Divisional round so I was curious as to what they charged for the playoff game.

Based on what they subtracted from what I paid last year, my Divisional round tickets were $320/seat which is insane considering that's nearly what I paid for the NFC Championship 2 years ago ($325/seat). The Divisional round against the Eagles was $237/seat. :mad:
 

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We usually have season ticket invoices by now. Has anyone heard anything? Isn't the final payment usually due in early April? Aside from them notifying me of the 1 game I was allowed to attend in 2020, the only communication I've had with the ticket office (since I received my invoice last year) was them trying to sell me box seats for a game.
Season ticket holders have been contacted via email which stated that paper invoices will not be mailed. All payments are to be issued online. All ticketing will be mobile...no more paper ticket packages.
 

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We usually have season ticket invoices by now. Has anyone heard anything? Isn't the final payment usually due in early April? Aside from them notifying me of the 1 game I was allowed to attend in 2020, the only communication I've had with the ticket office (since I received my invoice last year) was them trying to sell me box seats for a game.
First payment due April 16. No paper invoices will be mailed. Go to account manager to pay
 

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