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Would you buy a Timeless Ticket?

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Oh, shiny!

Courtesy Milwaukee Brewers

Back in October, the Brewers announced that they would soon be selling "Timeless Tickets." What exactly is a Timeless Ticket? Well, here's what you get:

  • A brass "ticket" personalized with an engraving of your name. The ticket weighs about one pound, measures 6.25" by 3.5", sits in a wooden display base, and comes with a certificate of authenticity. This souvenir is yours to keep, even after you redeem the ticket.
  • Admittance to nine regular season home games of your choosing, with the exception of Opening Day.
  • Admittance to any future home game of your choosing, including Opening Day and the postseason, along with the opportunity to purchase up to three additional tickets to the same game at the box office price.

The seats you get are "subject to availability" on the day of the game that you choose. That likely means that they give you the best seats that aren't already sold. So, assuming you choose games that are in high demand, you'll probably be sitting in the nosebleed section. But still, you're guaranteed to be in attendance at a hugely important game, like Game 7 of the World Series if you play your cards right. Pretty cool, right?

The Brewers are selling them for $1,000 each, and there are only 1,000 Timeless Tickets available. So, if the Tigers made a similar offer, would you be interested?