Posts Tagged ‘season ticket’
  • Poll Results Show EA Sports Season Ticket Deemed Undesirable
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    Posted August 15th, 2011 at 5:15 pm 77 Comments
    The EA Sports 'Season Ticket' subscription plan offers the opportunity to download and play five different titles three days before they arrive in stores along with a 20% discount on DLC on top of that for $25. Reactions toward the program have ranged from disdain to indifference or acceptance. One thing obviously lacking is any enthusiasm - maybe extending those three days out to a week or so would have made it more appealing on the surface.  (more…)...
  • Do You Plan to Purchase the EA Sports Season Ticket?
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    Posted August 8th, 2011 at 3:45 pm 44 Comments
    Last week EA Sports announced the 'Season Ticket' - a yearly subscription plan that will provide three day early access to five different titles and a bonus 20% off DLC purchases for $25. I went ahead and broke down the package coming to the conclusion that there isn't great value being offered but the early access will likely be enough to tempt many into paying. The company obviously recognizes that as ads have started appearing across the web that promote it as an opportunity to play Madde...
  • Breaking Down the EA Sports Season Ticket
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    Posted August 5th, 2011 at 9:30 am 60 Comments
    The EA Sports 'Season Ticket' was announced earlier this week and to no surprise the initial reaction towards the subscription plan was largely negative. Though in and of itself the offering may be intriguing and is relatively inoffensive - what it represents for the future is what seems to bother consumers the most. Until then only the plan placed in front of consumers can be analyzed and in the case of the 'Season Ticket' it provides far less value than EA would suggest but it still may ho...
  • EA Sports Introduces The ‘Season Ticket’
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    Posted August 2nd, 2011 at 9:30 am 109 Comments
    The rumored subscription program has come to fruition. Today EA Sports announced the 'Season Ticket' - a yearly subscription plan that will be sold for $25/2000 MS points. The four primary benefits of the service are as follows:  (more…)...