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    Quote Originally Posted by weareLOUISIANA View Post
    Any word on the RCAF Annual Fund minimum donation for grandstand seating?? What about parking...hopefully it's better than last season. Non parking pass lot was closer than pass lot
    RCAF annual fund $100 minimum level for all season ticket holders: http://www.ragincajuns.com/sports/20...ts.aspx?id=482

    Parking: http://www.ragincajuns.com/documents...ap.pdf?id=1773

    Seating: http://www.ragincajuns.com/documents...ng_Chart_2.pdf

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    I wasn't sure how they would do the stadium club access so I made sure to ask. Basically it's $500 for a set of wristbands (one per individual game most likely color coded or assigned to a specific game so you probably won't be able to use a bunch for one game.) The number of memberships you can buy is based off donation level and number of tickets you have.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cajundiehard View Post
    The thing about parking is that last season they allowed folks to park along the street, between the A and B lots. Not only did this allow them to park as close as the people in both those lots, they would also block us from exiting onto that street. I hope this year they don't allow that to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaCajunsFan View Post
    The thing about parking is that last season they allowed folks to park along the street, between the A and B lots. Not only did this allow them to park as close as the people in both those lots, they would also block us from exiting onto that street. I hope this year they don't allow that to happen.
    I somewhat disagree, I had a B lot pass anyway, and still parked on that street half the time. I think you should at least be required to have a B lot pass to park right there.

    As for the vehicles that parked in the B lot spaces right there facing the street, I don't see the need to allow them to drive over the median to exit onto that road. You're in the lot, just back up and exit the lot like normal instead of driving over the grass. But allowing vehicles with the correct passes to parallel park down that road should be okay.

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    Don't think anyone should be able to park on the street.


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    It does help that this year there won't be any construction zones with materials taking up normal parking for baseball.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Don't think anyone should be able to park on the street.
    I don't either, but if anyone can then they should restrict it to either the A or B lot folks, first come first serve, imho

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    If you have a parking pass in either A or B, why not park there instead of the street? Is there any handicap parking, if so where?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchie35 View Post
    If you have a parking pass in either A or B, why not park there instead of the street? Is there any handicap parking, if so where?
    It's just cause last season the main parts of B which as of this season would be by the maintancne building, were blocked off due to construction. So parking in B meant parking in the huge gravel lot across from football stadium. And parking on Reinhardt was closer. There were also people parking around the oak tree and up the hill. It was kind of a free for all.

    I think this year will be much better organized with lots marked off more clearly.

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    Does anyone know details about the stadium club? I assume it's in addition to your seats? 500 a head? What all is included? That place is super nice. I'd be willing to give another 500 to have a place to go for an inning or two to soak up some a/c and enjoy a beverage.


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    The $500 will get you in the door and allows you to suck up the A/C. You still pay for food and beverages but it will be higher end (buffet) and additional alcohol will be available for purchase in addition to beer. You also will have access to the elevator.


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    Also opens up 90 minutes before first pitch.


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    Thanks, guys.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duggie35 View Post
    The $500 will get you in the door and allows you to suck up the A/C. You still pay for food and beverages but it will be higher end (buffet) and additional alcohol will be available for purchase in addition to beer. You also will have access to the elevator.
    Also - free basic concession items - like popcorn and non-alcoholic drinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    I guess I need to call about that. My seats downstairs don't get an appointment.
    Did anyone have their seating appointment today? About how many seats are left in the grandstand??

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    I know some that did have their appt... Still plenty of great seats on the 3rd base side in sections 109 and 110.

    As far as I know, the grandstand is not sold out - yet. They sold under capacity last year and the 200 or so suite tickets (that were grandstand last year) are now legitimately in the suites...

    So I would expect grandstand seats to be available to anyone who wants to move from the bleachers and even after that offered to the general public once renewals are complete.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duggie35 View Post
    The $500 will get you in the door and allows you to suck up the A/C. You still pay for food and beverages but it will be higher end (buffet) and additional alcohol will be available for purchase in addition to beer. You also will have access to the elevator.
    I think $500 is way too much. I don't see the value at that price, but if they can sell out whatever the capacity is, fantastic. I'd rather be outside watching the game. Don't think I'd spend enough time in there to justify the cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localyokel View Post
    I think $500 is way too much. I don't see the value at that price, but if they can sell out whatever the capacity is, fantastic. I'd rather be outside watching the game. Don't think I'd spend enough time in there to justify the cost.
    I felt the same way so I passed on purchasing that option. It would be nice to get out of the heat from time-to-time and have access to some additional food and drink items, but for me there doesn't seem to be enough bang for the buck (although I realize it's primarily a another way to raise money). I'm happy for those that will take advantage, but I sort of felt like I wouldn't miss anything I never had before.

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    I agree it is too much. It basically will cost you $18 a game if you use it for every regular season game.


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    For the entertainment value and product (the team) value, that seems like a bargain.


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