What a Country!

Standing room only tickets in September, really?
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... When You Can Continue to Take Advantage of a Passionate Nation

After a Lackluster Christmas at Fenway Last Weekend,
the Red Sox Were More Than Happy to Try to Sell You
Standing Room Only Tickets for September

Herald: The Red Sox Start Fast in Sale of Ticket Packages
Seriously? The Red Sox Sell the Public the Worst Seats in the House Early
Then Add Insult to Injury By Trying to Stick Us With September Standing Room Seats
Are These Games Already Sellouts? Or Has Ownership Really Sold Out the Fanbase?
At Least They Added a 'Convenience Fee' Without the Convenient Place to Sit
And Don't Forget the Shipping and Order Processing That Get Added On As Well
But Hey, Any Real Sox Fan Can Buy Overpriced Left Field Wall Seats for 2010
If You Want to Fork Over $300 to Become a Member of Red Sox Inc. Nation
Or You Can Always Go to One of the Red Sox Authorized and Well-Promoted Ticket Scalpers Who Are Already Loaded with All the Best Seats for the Season
And If You're a Fenway Park Season Ticket Holder? Well, the Sox and Partner DHL Just Grabbed Another $40 for Mailing You a Package

"Red Sox fans continue to offer amazing support for the home team. Demand for the 18 April and May games as well as 2010 Sox Pax that went on sale yesterday has been incredible. As a result, the Red Sox have put an additional 12 September games on sale today." -- E-mail to Red Sox fans on Sunday... in an effort to sell more obstructed view, single seats, and standing room tickets for September

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