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81 Ways to Use your Season Tickets

Looking for a way to use your season tickets? How about 81 ways? Here's a list to help you maximize your season ticket usage.

  1.  Introduce new fans to Rays Baseball
  2.  Say Thank You
  3.  Reward staff
  4.  Donations for charitable causes
  5.  Give as holiday gifts
  6.  Invite a top client to the exclusive Draft Room Season Ticket Club for valuable face-to-face time.
  7.  Spend quality time with friends
  8.  Networking
  9.  Entertain customers
  10.  Welcome a new employee to the company
  11.  Attend a weekday game and earn extra Rays Rewards points to redeem for once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
  12.  Use for personal therapy after a difficult day
  13.  Give tickets to your child's coach
  14.  Increase profits
  15.  Invite a customer who hasn't done business with you recently
  16.  Use as an auction item
  17.  Give as birthday gifts
  18.  Offer them to someone who has given you helpful business advice
  19.  Employee incentives
  20.  Donate to patients at a local hospital
  21.  Welcome a new neighbor to town
  22.  Use tickets to recruit a new customer
  23.  Make new friends with your fellow Rays regulars
  24.  Give to Boys and Girls Club or other children's related charities
  25.  A night out with your significant other
  26.  Reward suppliers
  27.  Thank volunteers for all that they do
  28.  Develop relationships
  29.  Use for trade opportunities
  30.  Help part-time workers feel more like part of the organization
  31.  Give your children a wholesome pastime for the summer
  32.  Give as anniversary gifts
  33.  Reward vendors
  34.  Offer to your neighbors for taking care of your pets and getting your mail while you were away
  35.  Treat a member of your school board or union to promote goodwill
  36.  Get to know key co-workers outside the office
  37.  Give them to your child's teacher as a thank you for their help
  38.  Meet a blind date at the seats
  39.  Reward your 'Employee of the Month'
  40.  Give to a person whom you owe a favor
  41.  Enhance existing relationships
  42.  Take someone who does business with the competitor
  43.  Give to a prospective employee who is interviewing from out of town
  44.  Offer tickets to a service person that has taken care of you
  45.  Reward a customer who gave you a referral
  46.  Give as an engagement or wedding gift
  47.  Spend quality time with your family
  48.  Take a long-time customer to say 'thanks'
  49.  Give to members of a club you are in
  50.  Generate new business
  51.  Boost employee morale
  52.  Try to enhance business with a smaller client
  53.  Thank a customer who praised your company
  54.  Give tickets to a Good Samaritan
  55.  Get to know a business colleague
  56.  Give to restaurants that you frequent with clients or family members
  57.  Reward your children for good grades
  58.  Show your appreciation to a company intern
  59.  Give to your mechanic, doctor, dentist, etc.
  60.  Packing them into a product to promote sales
  61.  Put a smile on an employee's face who is stressed out
  62.  Offer to your babysitter as a thank you
  63.  Give them to a good employee who doesn't get commission
  64.  Invite an old friend to reconnect
  65.  Treat a loyal customer on his or her birthday
  66.  Reward a department that hits their quota or goal
  67.  Have a drawing at work and give them to a lucky employee
  68.  Reward yourself after meeting a milestone in your life
  69.  Give your tickets as a graduation present
  70.  Get to know a business colleague
  71.  Give tickets to a team you sponsor
  72.  Offer your tickets to someone who has always given you great service
  73.  Use your tickets for a raffle or drawing
  74.  Send staff members to a game, with a meeting over dinner
  75.  Boys or Girls Night Out
  76.  Win back a customer who had a problem or complaint
  77.  Give your tickets to a relative
  78.  Take someone you mentor out to a ballgame
  79.  Enhance relationships with those in a position to recommend you or refer your business
  80.  Bond/network with fellow employees or other business professionals
  81.  And now the No.1 way to use your Rays Season Tickets ... Treat yourself to Rays baseball all season long

Do you have a creative way you use your season tickets that does not appear on this list? If so, please e-mail sthservices@raysbaseball.com and share it with us.