How is DB holding back on selling season tickets? Season tickets are available to anyone on the priority points list, last I knew. In fact, over the past couple years, lots of people (including myself) have been surprised at how few points it took to receive a renewable season ticket offer. If the waiting list has been satisfied and eliminated, what else should be done?
As others in this thread have previously noted, the season ticket price equates to an average of about $65/ticket. To me, that says you get a price break of you buy season tickets.
The "All In" packages filled a specific need for the University, allowing fans to have season tickets without obligating the University to renew them (at a time when the AD was banking seats due to stadium renovations and impending capacity reduction).
(At this point, I'll resist the urge to offer my unrelated comments on the abundance of unused ADA-compliant seating areas.)
In closing, I suspect the anecdotal depletion of the season ticket waiting list is a fair indicator of the trend in season ticket renewals. DB is reaching the point where he's turning people off and they're choosing not to renew.
But look on the bright side: as least he doesn't do it like a dick (see: Mark Hollis).