Alright, suites still available. $3500 per person. Who's in?
Can we trade in MGoPoints for it?
(When I first saw the thread, that was my immediate thought...like a hotel upgrade, by earning MGoPoints...)
I'll trade 1000 points per game. I need to step up my posting.
do you need the money? I was looking for one during the next season, 2011. I am going to fund it thru my growing Company.
A "plant growing" house in our community was recently closed by the Ontario Provincial Police. That said, the plant growing might just be enough monies to satisfy the costs of a box.
Have to get on that.
if network marketing is your game, then yes. I actually just want to have one for all of next season.
Brian does still owe us some sort of MGoPoint reward, I believe...
A free lifetime prescription of Prozac.
Hold on a sec - you want to trade valuable MGopoints to sit with the blue hairs? I'll take standing in the student section any day (despite being in my mid-thirties).
I get so sick of the "down in front" crowd every time I get a chance to fly out to a game. I long for the days of standing for the whole game and actually, you know, being a fan and having it be obvious that I am one.
Look dude, I may be able to afford to sit in the expensive seats, but I'm not a blue hair. I got a group of guys together and we got 12 seats in the club seat section. We are all guys who will stand the whole game and have a wild time. However, since we are closer to 50 than to 20, we also like that the club seat to toilet ratio is 10:1 rather than 1000:1.
And I offer up this solution (which works for me at games nd concerts): Stop taking your Flo-Max a couple days before the game.
Drink all you want, enjoy your prostrate swelling up to the size of a grapefruit, and you won't be able to tinkle until three days later.
Toilets? You won't need no stinking toilets!
I only need one kidney right?
Hey, it's 80% tax deductable, and that's a beautiful
pic on the link.
It's now my desktop background.
Could someone explain how football suite tickets are tax-deductible? Don't rich folks get enough breaks already? If those are tax deductible, so should every other seat in the stadium.
Under Internal Revenue Code Section 170(l)(2)(B), if a taxpayer makes a payment to or for the benefit of an educational organization which is an institution of higher education that would be allowable as a charitable deduction but for the fact that as a result the taxpayer receives (directly or indirectly) the right to buy tickets for seating at an athletic event in the institution's athletic stadium, 80% of the payment is treated as a charitable contribution. The 80% deduction rule doesn't apply if the taxpayer receives tickets or seating, rather than the right to buy tickets or seating, in return for the payment (i.e., only the portion paid for the right to buy tickets is deductible (subject to the 80% limit) as a charitable contribution, not the amount paid for the tickets themselves.)
The actual cost of the tickets are not tax-deductible. Anything above the face value of the ticket is.
Aren't seat licenses tax deductible for this reason?
I believe personal seat licenses, suite fees, and club seating costs above the tickets are considered required donations rather than fees.
2000 Quatloos. (depending on the current MGoPoint-to-Quatloo exchange rate)
We can pack at least the top 300 posters in one of those babies right?
Wonder if we can use Schrutte bucks?
explain it to me like Im an 8 year old....ok then explain it to me like im 5
Looks like I had better start saving as that would cost around 35,000,000 Schrutte bucks to buy a seat at $3500.
That takes a good deal of the sting out of it. Too bad regular seats amongst the rabble aren't similarly deductible.
Will there be punch and pie?
Eh, who holds a get-together and doesn't have punch and pie!
for that price i would love to get one, it's the drive and weekend committments that kill it for me.
in a few years i will be a season ticket holder, though i'd prefer to be in the seats standing than a box.
If any one deserves a suite, it's us Mgobloggers!
If she has blue hair, she isn't old, she is probably dead. "Down in Front!"
I wouldn't know how to act in a suite. Besides, after 20 years of those bleacher seats I've gotten kind of used to ignoring all the raisins telling me to sit down.
But aren't some the suites open air, with opening windows? If you're running the Suite you can hear and make noise...you just don't get rained on and have a clean place to pee.
And I'm still trying to figure out how many of us it would take for a reasonable cost per person. How many does the suite hold (and we can cram in there)?