The problem for most Jet fans is that our owner has given us a horrible game day experience in a stadium that in the minds of most is severely lacking. It's all a matter of priorities. Why spend hours in traffic to have a worse view of the game then you do in your living room - especially when the performance of the team on the field is brutal. For those for whom the tailgate is prime, or have an easy commute it's a different story.
looks to me like alot of the real fans i never miss a game ticket holders are giving up. most only go when they win anyway. sad
during the 1-15 kotite season i never missed a game.
some might construe that as pathetic.
I bailed out of the next two games. Sold 8 out of 10. Still have a pair for San Diego. The others sold for 130. I've got them on stub for $100. Unless someone here wants them. Half price for lower sidelines.
Thanks. I had a streak of 105 games until the 49ers game. I cried about that one. Missing this one I felt bad about but having my leg cut open again I know it's not a bright idea to risk it.
Speaking of tailgating got Bon Jovi tickets today. You going at all?
That's the one thing that was terrible about a shared stadium. Most stadiums you get to buy the same seats to every event. If that were the case I would have taken out a loan to buy lower level seats since the money I make on flipping tickets on the side would pay that off.
It would be nice to keep the same seats. Did not get Bon jovi tix. I might get some before Mondays sale to the public.
Flaggy, I hope you realize that most of the nasty PSL banter here is directed at a few obnoxious salesmen/STH's posters...and not the die hards like you who are not massaging their own egos.
I've done two games this year buying full boat seats off a poster here ( I usually pay face and dont haggle even if there are cheaper seats, just my thing)...and my sopne and his bud is starting to itch to go SUnday, so I may take you up on that brewski...and maybe get a break on the price for once.
I think I'm going as well. Make sure you wear your mod lapel pin (as well as your pink beret you normally sport) and we can do the handshake.