Wednesday, October 8, 2008 , Posted by dAVe at 5:45 PM
|Seat Location|| |
(Wed & Fri)
( Sun )
|Patron B/Lower Box A||400||430|
|Lower Box B||350||365|
|Patron C/Lower Box C||300||330|
|Upper Box A||90||100|
|Upper Box B||25||30|
These are the ticket rates for watching the PBA live at the Araneta Coliseum. If you noticed, ticket price is higher during Sunday games just like the NFL Sunday Ticket. I would love to watch PBA games live. If I'd be in Manila, I will surely spend some penny to watch in the Big Dome. With sensational rookies like Sol Mercado, Gabe Norwood, Jared Dillinger, Jason Castro and many more, the PBA has become more appealing to the basketball fanatics.
I think it would be good to look at the possibilty of establishing a PBA TV. A channel that would air only PBA games, current and classic games and include PBA-related programs. It would be like Basketball TV and NFL TV. Flexible packages must be offered in order to make it attractive to the viewers. I've learned that NFL TV Package offers a wide variation of rates for the subscribers to choose from.
Meanwhile, I have to mention that Solar Sports over CS9 is doing a good job in covering the PBA games. True to what they promised, they gave the PBA a new look and feel in terms of the coverage. However, in some PBA forums, there are negative reactions to the commentators for being to strict in speaking english.