Ways to use Your Season Tickets



1. Invite a customer who hasn’t done business with you recently
2. Take a loyal customer for his or her birthday
3. Take a potential customer and close the sale at the game
4. Take a long-term customer to lunch to say “thanks”
5. Take one of your smaller accounts to try to enhance their business with you
6. Reward a customer who gave you a referral
7. Win back a customer who had a problem or complaint with your company
8. Take someone who does business with the competitor
9. Thank a new customer for their business
10. Give to a customer who pays in full or makes timely payments
11. Give tickets to potential clients when they sample your product

12. Improve communications with key workers
13. Help part-time workers feel more like part of the organization
14. Give tickets who came in earliest
15. Have a drawing at work and give them to a lucky winner
16. Reward the employee who comes up with saving suggestions
17. Reward for being accident free
18. Reward 100% attendance
19. Say “thanks” to a retiring officer or employee
20. Welcome a new employee to the company with tickets
21. Give them to your secretary or assistant on Secretary’s Day
22. Give them to a manager whose department exceeded its goals
23. Give them to a frontline person who satisfied an angry customer
24. Put a smile on an employee’s face who is stressed
25. Show your company appreciation to a company intern
26. Send your co-worker / subordinates to a game together
27. Give to an employee who doesn’t get commission to boost morale
28. Give tickets to an employee on his or her birthday
29. Give them to your drivers for being on time
30. Give to a prospective employee who might be coming into town
31. Applaud an employee for hitting his or her yearly goal
32. Give them to an employee who is always punctual

33. Give to an employee who schedules the most appointments in house
34. Run a sales contest and reward the winner with tickets
35. Package them in a product to promote sales
36. Give to the employee who generates the most new business
37. Give to the employee who makes the most sales calls in one day
38. Give to an employee who renews the most accounts

39. Reward suppliers and vendors who help you meet your deadline
40. Offer tickets for on time delivery
41. Offer your tickets to your accountant or lawyer who has done a great job
42. Offer tickets to the service person from another company who has always “taken care of you”
43. Offer tickets to someone who always gives you great service
44. Give tickets to your office cleaning crew as a thank you
45. Use tickets for trade opportunities
46. Give tickets to your security officers

47. Use the tickets to help boost your own career potential by networking
48. Offer them to someone who has given you helpful business advice
49. Enhance relationships with those in a position to recommend you or refer your business
50. Give to someone that you owe a favor
51. Give to members of a club that you might want to join

52. Thank your neighbor who takes care of your pets, gets your mail, etc.
53. Treat your spouse or significant other to a night out
54. Give them to your child’s teacher as a thank you for their help
55. Give thanks to your friends and family by treating them to a game
56. Take your kids to get some extra bonding time
57. Give to restaurants that you frequent with clients or family members
58. Offers tickets to your babysitters as a thank you
59. Give to your mechanic, landscaper, dentist, doctor, etc.
60. Use them yourself


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