From Yahoo Sports
Read more here.If the team keeps losing games you attend, you get a better bang for your buck. You could conceivably see 10 games before experiencing that fifth win, which would make a tickets a much more affordable $10 per game.
Fans could even try to plan out which games they attend based on whether they feel the team will lose. Maybe fans won’t go when the Padres play the Marlins, fearing the team will win. Instead, they’ll try to go when the Padres play the Dodgers, knowing there’s a better chance they’ll lose.
That’s a depressing way to look at fandom.
The team has actually hosted a similar promotion in the past, but it went month-to-month. By opening up the promotion for the rest of the season, the team is giving fans more games to attend.
MG- This is very interesting. Could you imagine if the Mets did something like this? I can see some fans loving this idea, other fans cursing the Mets out for trying to make money on the team losing. It is definitely a different idea.