Collectively, our partners create and deploy thousands of offers each month that drive millions of dollars in revenue. To celebrate, we’re highlighting some of the best, highest-performing and most creative offers that were built through our platform in July.
Hopefully they’ll spark some inspiration in your own organization — who knows, maybe you’ll be looking at one of your own offers in this space 30 days from now.
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July’s Best-Performing Offers
Los Angeles Dodgers
As usual, the Dodgers are high up our list thanks to their consistently engaging theme nights. The key: highlight a passionate subsect of the fan base and then give them some sick merch. It’s that easy. Successful Dodgers theme nights for July included Lakers Night, Filipino Heritage Night, Salvadoran Heritage Night and LA Kings Night.
University of South Carolina
The Gamecocks used FEVO to sell tickets and wristbands to their Family Weekend. They included two separate packages in the offer: The first was a ticket to the Mississippi State game and a wristband to get access to family weekend activities on campus. The second option was simply the wristband with no football ticket. FEVO technology can be used for all ticketing needs, gameday-related or not.
Taking place in Orlando, the prestigious Joe Wieder’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2023 began selling tickets to events to be held on Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th. Fans will come out in droves to see their favorite bodybuilders and fitness stars.
The NHL franchise put together a killer five-game pack with games throughout the season against the likes of the Islanders, Panthers, Maple Leafs, Golden Knights and Ducks. A great way to sell more than a single game at once without the commitment of a full or half season.
New York Mets
The Mets are putting on a Japanese Heritage Night at Citi Field in Queens where they’ll give away a custom Japanese cherry blossom-adorned Mets cap to those who buy tickets through the offer.
July’s Most Creative Offers
The MLS club decided to use some of its remnant stadium inventory to host a program called “Movies on the Pitch” that’ll bring in fans on nights without games. Fans can watch from the pitch and in the stands at Audi Field and also buy concessions throughout.
Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox have been running their Red Sox Destinations program for 16 years. With this program, fans from all over the country get to make a pilgrimage to Fenway Park. The offer includes tickets to two games, hotel accommodations, a tour of the park, a pregame meet-and-greet with a player and a souvenir gift bag.
Windy City Bulls
The G League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls used FEVO to host registration for their open tryouts. The cost was $300 and it was limited to 175 participants.
University of Nevada
A creative offer in which graduates can book time at the home of Nevada football, Mackay Stadium, to have their graduation photos taken. The university is providing a time slot, photographer and photo file delivery for $100.
Minor League and Collegiate
The Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers put together a Boy Scouts of Middle Tennessee offer which included tickets to the game as well as the option to sleep on the field after the game with a movie at night and breakfast in the morning.
To celebrate the 1,000th goal in club history, the USL Championship side decided to put together a 1,000 Goal Offer that hooks fans up with $10 tickets to their August games.
Virginia Tech University
The Hokies run a super successful $25 Ticket Tuesday flash sale promotion throughout the season for students to get access to specific games.
Iowa State University
The Cyclones put together an offer for the Junior Cyclones Club wherein members (12th grade and below) get access to 75+ home events, access to VIP experiences, an official club T-shirt, and virtual credential and account. Plus: invitations to exclusive events, discounts, birthday packages and more.
Florida State University
The Seminoles got ahead of the fall football season with a 4th of July Offering in which fans could purchase tickets to a handful of fall football games for the price of $17.76.