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Discussion in 'Ravens Fans Unite' started by usmccharles, May 10, 2017.
I will more than likely be there 50 yarders for $50 can’t beat that
ROAD TRIP !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Btw I’ll be in New England this weekend. Wife’s family lives up there. How can I watch the game or stream the game.
With all the money you save on tickets, you'll need to pay hospital bills when the Cleveland fans attack you.
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Lower level. Section 135. Corner end zone.
With the 2018 Schedule out and tickets on sale now, which games are you guys planning on going to in 2018? I know for sure I'm going to the Panthers game which seems to be more like a home game with so many Ravens fans in attendance. Though obviously the last time we played in Charlotte, the Panthers were a different team and before the Cam Newton era.
May fly up and attend the Ravens-Steelers game in November. If we were playing the Chargers at any other time, I would have considered flying out to California for it. I enjoyed California when I went there for my work last October and thought about going back and going to the Chargers game.
saints, steelers and buccaneers
It's possible I go to the opening game. I've always wanted to go to the Steeler game as well.
I always travel to one away game a year and it looks like it will be Atlanta this year. Looking forward to seeing that insane new stadium.
I live 4 hours from Atlanta and was looking into tickets for it and apparently you can't buy any on Ticketmaster and have to do what most people do now a days and just go through resale sites.
Yeah, I went to Ticket Exchange where I always buy my tickets it seems it doesn't go through Ticket Exchange anymore. It's directly through Ticketmaster which sucks compared to Ticket Exchange.
Thank me later.
They at least show both resale and regular tickets, last year I went to the Colts game for $35 total on TicketExchange. Stubhub is now the official ticket reseller of the NFL.. I always look at all the fees included before hitting the purchase button.
I have never been to M&T before and I would love to go this year for those of you who have been there where is the best seats in the house for your money????
there is no "best"
Just better and different.
Up high, you get a great view albeit they look like ants. Crowd tends to be more hype. Best prices.
Down low, great view everywhere. Crowd can be less hype. Pay double or more than you would up top.
Club level, meh' not worth it. I would rather be up top or down below. I don't think I will ever pay to be club level ever again.
There are no "bad" seats there. All have advantages and disadvantages.
Here is what I do. The day before ( sometimes the day of ) the game, go to ticket exchange .com . As far as I know it only works on the desktop mode.
There is a page where you can hover your mouse cursor over the seats and it will say ( as an example ) " 10 available from $100.00 to $500.00 "
You can easily find some primo seats that fit your budget that way.
At one point in time I got two seats on the 45 five rows back for $200.00 each. I bought them that morning.
Yeah I've been waiting to buy my tickets to the Panthers game but will get them in September before the season starts.When a team is winning, prices get jacked most of the time. It's so amazing how the after market has destroyed what used to be hype for when tickets went on sale, the rush to be up early enough to get them. The hopes of getting any kind of tickets before the bots snatched everything up just to resell at a much higher cost in the secondary market.
Props to however went to these last two games. Sitting it out in the rain to watch us take two wins. Might want to go to the New Orleans game, weather permitting.