Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Brady_to_Moss, Sep 8, 2008.
WOW......30 tickets for each of the next 2 home games! The season isnt over guys!
Well I hope I could score tix to the rams game now
Hmmm, i'm tempted to cross the pond for another game now!
Fair weather fans. Most of the empty seats on Sunday were
in the sections with the high priced seats.
I think that shows a LOT about many Patriot fans..totally FAIR WEATHER!!!! I think it's sad in one way..BUT tickets will be available to many who are NOT..and who will weather the storm. THIS will separate the REAL fans out....
How many seats are there in the stadium? That is not a lot of tickets.
Keep in mind people sell tickets for various reason. Best friends wedding, child will be doing something really special, vacation plans, etc.
But if you listed your tickets last year they got scooped up in 15 seconds, now folks aren't hitting the refresh every 10 seconds trying to score tickets.
That's pretty ridiculous considering the pats will still be favored over the fish in particular. I'm still coming up from Maryland in november to see the pats play the jets. I won't sell those tickets for anything. Hopefully more of the blue collar folks get back into the razor and make the place rowdy again.
Dang. Don't want to get anyone in trouble, but think it would be legal...any season ticket holders/wait list people willing to grab up tickets to a 1:00 home game and sell them to us at face value?
Its great, I love it. Thanks fair weather fans!
Another possibility is on firstdibz.com. Superbowl ticket options have dropped like a rock. If the Pats get to the Superbowl you could make about $1500 per ticket. Buy 4 and sell 2 and you could go to the Superbowl for free. Of course if they don't make it you are out the cost of the options.
I live in Tampa so I am seriously considering it. I still think they can make it. Good arbitrage opportunity LOL. Maybe the only chance I would ever have at going to the Superbowl is if I can go basically for free. Otherwise I just can't justify $2500-3000.
imagine the team when it sees such an output playing at home . What incentive do they have ?in my opinion fans should be present even more and be even more loud..
Fine with me, more for us; it's no surprise that there is a large block of STHs (probably long-timers too) that really shouldn't have the privilege they do. Sad, really.
Unreal isn't it? It's a sad commentary on the "new fanbase" the Pats have acquired over the last several years, but VERY good news for many.
Make way for the die hards as they reclaim Gillette
My Dad and I are talking about making out to the Razor for a game in the nosebleeds.
Let them sell their damn tickets.
Excellent news...now it will be easier to score a couple tickets.
This is always the case...people jump on the bandwagon to support a winner. When things aren't going so well, they leave. Guess it is just human nature.
its all the pink hats who just go to see brady..
I am happy. Just bought tickets to the Rams game
Section 134 Row 1's available through the exchange for this Sunday...too rich for me, but someone should get these!
indeed, who needs season tickets when there is ticketexchange, you can go to any game you'd like and even have your pick of seats
I paid the $170.00 per for my son and I to sit in Sect 128 for the Opener and there were 2 guys that showed up late. They didn't know any of the new guys. I had to explain who Gary Guyton and LEWIS Sanders were. They lost interest when Brady was injured and were never seen again after halftime. I just don't get it... Why pay the price (in both time AND money) to even go?
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