When we send out promotional emails we have to pull a list of recipients based upon their venue affiliation. We use a program called Tessitura, which organizes all of this for us. Most of the time it’s a speedy process, but when you’re sending out an email to essentially the entire constituency, it takes the greater part of a lifetime. Guess what kind of email I’m working on?
And so, to assuage my boredom as I wait for the extraction to finish, I shall tell you all about the aforementioned email. It’s for a 3-concert ticket promotion, and depending on your preferred concert hall it offers three or more concerts for $30 (Meyerhoff) or $35 (Strathmore) each. Not a bad deal when you consider tickets often run twice that or more. The sale runs until February 15 and more info can be accessed here.
Oh, I almost forgot – when you take advantage of this offer, you gain access to various benefits including a free subscription to Naxos, which normally costs about $300. Nothing wrong with that.
You can count on me to generally report all the non-secret discounts and promotions, but if you’re not on the BSO email list you should sign up. Not only do you get emails about all eligible promotions, secret and otherwise, but in this particular instance you’ll get a picture of Marin in a top hat. Intriguing, no?