Unless that family to the right of us, that had 6 seats in first year then got rid of the 2 at the right end of their block of 6 in 2018, cancel their seats, I can't get that 5th seat any close than right behind your seat.Are we (and by we I mean you) working on getting our odd seat out closer to us?
What if we move one whole bay to the right (looking at the oval) with three seats in front and two at the back?Unless that family to the right of us, that had 6 seats in first year then got rid of the 2 at the right end of their block of 6 in 2018, cancel their seats, I can't get that 5th seat any close than right behind your seat.
Too hard.What if we move one whole bay to the right (looking at the oval) with three seats in front and two at the back?
You and I both know I’m not doing thatToo hard.
I had a quick look yesterday on Port's membership website, you can view individual seats and no seats are available in 334, 335, 336 or 337 for anyone who wants to buy a Black Diamond Seat on level 3.
My sister and brother inlaw wanted to move up to level 3 from 137. They got 8 seats, 5 in row J + 3 in row K behind them in 332.
You can view which seats are free in what bays at
Then click the FIND SEATS button under the prices table. It takes about 30-40 seconds to load up.
that number has 9 digits, whats the actual number? you can chuck a google to see how valid it is. but since you're already skeptical you're probably onto somethingI've just received an SMS to inform me that the expiry date for my card is no longer correct. It asks me to SMS my new date to 040857279.
I rang them to check to make sure it's not a scam but seems they are busy so I've sent them an email.
Checked the SMS again.that number has 9 digits, whats the actual number? you can chuck a google to see how valid it is. but since you're already skeptical you're probably onto something
The Superbox without the catering sounds like the biggest prick tease.Those 18 seat superboxes sell for about $135k for 12 months, so looks like one of the corporates has donated it to St Johns to auction off as the equivalent is offered for all crows games. Looked it up to see what it's worth.
This page says the value is $62.6k
But you have to pay for your own catering. That would probably be $3.5k-$4.0k per game if all 18 people booze it up.
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The Week 6 prize is allocated to all Adelaide Crows Games. The Week 7 prize is allocated to all Port Adelaide Games.
The access to the corporate suite is for 18 people, and excludes catering (which can be arranged directly with the friendly team at the Adelaide Oval if the winner wishes to fund their own catering). Access to the Oval Hotel is extended for 6 nights accommodation, which can be used on game days or at other times to create some city short getaways. Additionally, each package comes with a 14 person roof climb, to see the Adelaide Oval from the very best vantage point.
Years ago some mates of mine got invited to a corporate box at the cricket but didn't realise the catering wasn't included. They sank piss like it was going out of fashion only to be hit with a tab equal to the GDP of a small developing nation at stumps.The Superbox without the catering sounds like the biggest prick tease.
So what row should we avoid for that drip line?Im in 334 and would like to get away from the grand stand drip line. So those people behind me I kindly ask you not to renew for season 2021.
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So what row should we avoid for that drip line?
we are looking to upgrade from the northern end
Aisles 333 to 337 the last row before you hit the Stadium Club members fence is row F. For 330 to 332 and 338 to 340 the last row is row L before you hit the open air 10 seat corporate boxes.I sit in 334.
Unfortunately, from my experience all seats in that section get rained on, particularly if there is even the slightest bit of wind.
My seats are Row F but I'd imagine in front also is affected by the drip line too.
Prime seats in a redeveloped stadium like that should never have been subject to the elements like they are. It was a very poor design element of the upgrade. Even the corporate seats behind the barrier behind us get wet.
As you go around towards the half forward line the bays there have 2-3 extra rows that go back a little further. We sat in these this year in the rain and didn't have much of a problem. But I like sitting in centre wing.
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