i doubt that happens. hillside is for a little roudier crowd if you ask me. actual seats don't like people standing up, boozing, etc.
Roudier fans and families in the Lil Clone Club. Not always a great mixture. It would be awesome if the they allowed families in the Lil Clone Club the option of sit hillside or in an upperdeck corner.
I could understand single game ticket pricing adding in another tier for the corners much like the season tickets are tiered. If you are going to be in the corner like that regardless I can see what some save $30/each and just go with hillside. Drop down the price to $30-35 like MNCyGuy mentioned above and I do think you'll get some more sales into the stadium corners rather than the hillsides.
So you believe if we had something like $30-35 upper-deck corners we'd see a migration to the stands from the hills?
Yes. $30 upper corner seats for the people who hate the hills and want a reserved seat. $20 for hillsides. I think you would see MANY more people in the upper deck corners if they weren't the same price as a 50-yard line seat.
Another idea for the corner seats would be to "brand" the section or create other incentives. If you called it "Cy's Nest" or something like that, included t-shirts or something in the ticket price. I wonder if it would attract more of a rowdy, young alumni crowd.
ADD: Hell, you could even take Jeff Johnson off the field and plant him up there if they insist on keeping him involved on gameday. Have him do something with them on the videoboard during a break in the 1st quarter to try and get some cheers going.
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