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What does "Ticket Package" mean on Angels site?


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I want the German heritage hat which will be given away Sept. 4.

 

The disclaimer on Angels ticket purchase site says:

 

German Heritage Night (ONLINE TICKET PACKAGE ONLY. MUST PURCHASE TICKET PACKAGE TO RECEIVE HAT.

 

What's the "ticket package" in this context?  There's no small print to define it.  I don't want to buy tix for the game and they senior citizen at the gate says, "Oh you didn't purchase the double secret ticket package..."  

 

Anyone know what the term means exactly?

 

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Your post came in four minutes after my initial post. I was certain the first useless and non-humorous reply would post within three minutes. Fail.

You asked a question, and I answered it. Ticket package means more than 1 ticket. Durrhdurr

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You asked a question, and I answered it. Ticket package means more than 1 ticket. Durrhdurr

 

Thanks.  I appreciate it.  

 

I was looking more for the Angels' definition of "ticket package" because there were a number of complaints about previous giveaways specific to these Heritage Nights this season (2015) wherein the purchaser/holder of a ticket did not receive the giveaway item, as that person had presumed he/she would, when a ticket to that night's game was presented.  

 

Angels' representative(s) informed ticket purchasers/holders who did not purchase the ticket under the exact terms (including specific ticket pricing created for the "ticket package") of the Heritage Night giveaway item offer that the ticket presented by that holder did not adhere strictly to the Angels' terms for purchasing tickets on that specific giveaway night which would have otherwise allowed the ticket purchaser/holder the claim to his or her giveaway item.  Hence the use of my words "in this context."  

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I once purchased a ticket for an Angels game from a guy on craigslist and was unable to get my awesome Albert Pujols gnome because the ticket at this buried in the fine print:

 

this-ticket-not.jpg

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Thanks.  I appreciate it.  

 

I was looking more for the Angels' definition of "ticket package" because there were a number of complaints about previous giveaways specific to these Heritage Nights this season (2015) wherein the purchaser/holder of a ticket did not receive the giveaway item, as that person had presumed he/she would, when a ticket to that night's game was presented.  

 

Angels' representative(s) informed ticket purchasers/holders who did not purchase the ticket under the exact terms (including specific ticket pricing created for the "ticket package") of the Heritage Night giveaway item offer that the ticket presented by that holder did not adhere strictly to the Angels' terms for purchasing tickets on that specific giveaway night which would have otherwise allowed the ticket purchaser/holder the claim to his or her giveaway item.  Hence the use of my words "in this context."  

edit: I'm wrong 

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Angelswin.com summer fanfest was on Italian heritage night.  

 

here are some things.  Angels package is specific tickets that are part of the promotion.  You cannot just buy tickets to the game and get the hat.  Go here.

 

http://losangeles.angels.mlb.com/ana/ticketing/supergroups_german.jsp

 

Also, regarding the hats.  If you go to the hat vendor near the field level gate on the 3b side, they may sell those hats if they have extras.  I would check as you get there, since they sell out quick.  

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Are either Trump or Hogan from the south?

Hogan is from the South, Trump is from the North. Politicians often pick running mates from opposite parts of the country to broaden the appeal of their ticket across more states.

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