• At draft time, for every 10 pairs of ownership, shareholders draw a letter (to correspond with a shareholder letter in the table above). Here is an example shareholder breakdown: Tom (6), Sam (4), Katie (2), Scott (1), Dale (1), Rob (1), Ryan (1)
• When it is a person's turn to pick, they can select any available game. Here are their options:
Katie, firstly I have to thank you! Your system worked brilliantly for a group of us here in Winnipeg who were looking for a good system to allocate Jets tickets now that we are back in the NHL.
My friends all thought I was brilliant for coming up with your system! I let them stick to that theory for a couple weeks, until the guilt and loose lips (beer) got the better of me!
Wondering how your group dealt with allocation of potential playoff tickets? Thanks again for sharing!
Thanks Katie, that does make complete sense...and very fair to everyone. I'll run it by the gang...but this time they will NEVER buy that it was all my idea! ;) Take care, and thanks again for sharing
http://www.seasonshare.coSeason Share is a brand new app launching soon. They allow you to split a season ticket purchase with a group of friends or other fans. Games are distributed using a fantasy sports style ticket draft and payment is handed directly within the app. There are taking on beta users now - seasonshare.co *full disclosure - I help out at Season Share but they are working to solve this problem you and so many other fans face each season.
I just signed up for https://seasonshare.com/ - looks pretty cool. Anybody else have any info on this?