When new ownership takes over and asks you for a recommendation on how to improve your Fenway baseball experience what would you tell them? perience what would you tell them?

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    I'd rather see Fenway Franks for $2 then beer for less. I normally have a Pepsi and a dog at the park... nothing better.... of course Fenway does not sell Pepsi so that is my request to ownership:  Be like the Tigers and sell Pepsi.

     
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    tick tock

     
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    I guess we all experienced clicking the "Add your post" button without any immediate indication that it registered?

    I still remember when I could go to the park, purchase a bleacher seat ticket, a dog and a soda for the same price a movie, popcorn and soda would cost.  How about ownership commit to reaching that price point again?

     
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    What kind of beer do you get for $7(brand and size)?  Folks complain about the price of beer at YS, but it is fairly competitive.  You can get a Beck's on tap for either $11 or $12.  While it sounds expensive, it is 24 oz, ice cold, and since they turn over barrels regularly, it is the freshest beer you can find on this side of the pond.  On a per ounce basis. it is on par with Manhattan prices.

     
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    In response to eggplants' comment:
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                 With beer prices north of $7.00, I'd like to see lower prices but the main thing is the beer has to be cold. Drinking beer from a plastic cup at room temp or slightly above sucks. That's how the Brits like it. Fenway's a baseball venue first. Cold beer is a must. All beer vendors should post a  cold indicator at their booth. You know the booth that's going to sell the most beer. ...........I remember an old radio ad from the 50's. It went something like this, "Make mine an ice cold Ballantine beer or ale".

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    I would like to see all FO's entertain ideas their fans throw out on the table, regardless how crazy they may be.  I have seen a lot of great "well thought out" ideas from our fans that make a lot more sense than ones made by management.

     

     

     
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    In response to eggplants' comment:
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                 With beer prices north of $7.00, I'd like to see lower prices but the main thing is the beer has to be cold. Drinking beer from a plastic cup at room temp or slightly above sucks. That's how the Brits like it. Fenway's a baseball venue first. Cold beer is a must. All beer vendors should post a  cold indicator at their booth. You know the booth that's going to sell the most beer. ...........I remember an old radio ad from the 50's. It went something like this, "Make mine an ice cold Ballantine beer or ale".

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    I would like to see all FO's entertain ideas their fans throw out on the table, regardless how crazy they may be.  I have seen a lot of great "well thought out" ideas from our fans that make a lot more sense than ones made by management.

     

     

     
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    Get rid of the loud music and bring back the organ.

     
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    In response to eggplants' comment:
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                 With beer prices north of $7.00, I'd like to see lower prices but the main thing is the beer has to be cold. Drinking beer from a plastic cup at room temp or slightly above sucks. That's how the Brits like it. Fenway's a baseball venue first. Cold beer is a must. All beer vendors should post a  cold indicator at their booth. You know the booth that's going to sell the most beer. ...........I remember an old radio ad from the 50's. It went something like this, "Make mine an ice cold Ballantine beer or ale".

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    Iwould love to see a new ballpark somewhere off the mass pike. Maybe 50,000 seats wide enough so the other guy isn't wearing your $7.00 beer.

     
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    In response to eggplants' comment:
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                 With beer prices north of $7.00, I'd like to see lower prices but the main thing is the beer has to be cold. Drinking beer from a plastic cup at room temp or slightly above sucks. That's how the Brits like it. Fenway's a baseball venue first. Cold beer is a must. All beer vendors should post a  cold indicator at their booth. You know the booth that's going to sell the most beer. ...........I remember an old radio ad from the 50's. It went something like this, "Make mine an ice cold Ballantine beer or ale".

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    Iwould love to see a new ballpark somewhere off the mass pike. Maybe 50,000 seats wide enough so the other guy isn't wearing your $7.00 beer.

     
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    In response to eggplants' comment:
    [QUOTE]

                 With beer prices north of $7.00, I'd like to see lower prices but the main thing is the beer has to be cold. Drinking beer from a plastic cup at room temp or slightly above sucks. That's how the Brits like it. Fenway's a baseball venue first. Cold beer is a must. All beer vendors should post a  cold indicator at their booth. You know the booth that's going to sell the most beer. ...........I remember an old radio ad from the 50's. It went something like this, "Make mine an ice cold Ballantine beer or ale".

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    Iwould love to see a new ballpark somewhere off the mass pike. Maybe 50,000 seats wide enough so the other guy isn't wearing your $7.00 beer.

     

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