When the dust does settle from the NFL Lockout, the Falcons plan to strike by offering hyped-up fans a new ticket-buying experience.
The team has launched a new virtual seat viewing system that provides fans with unique and realistic 3D seating visuals of the Georgia Dome. They are hoping to improve the online ticket buying and season ticket purchasing experience.
Fans get to see their game day view throughout the Dome, and can purchase season, half season packages and single-game tickets. The system also features an interactive parking map that will guide fans directly from their front door to the parking lot on game day.
Prospective buyers simply follow the link http://vsv.atlantafalcons.com/ and select their desired section for a realistic 3D stadium view. In addition to allow fans to shop online, they could also contact a member to the team’s ticket office via email or live chat.
Next spring, the system will allow renewed season ticket holders access to available seating online based on seniority, and provide them with the ability to personally select new seats.
“Many of our season ticket holders have asked for the capability to manage their seats online, and we are pleased to respond to their needs,” said Falcons president Rich McKay in a press release. “Through a partnership with Ballena Technologies, we think we’ve created a virtual seating tool that will be of great value to current and potential Falcons season-ticket holders.”
–D. Orlando Ledbetter, The Atlanta Falcons beat blog