I expect all the "whoa is me, I can't afford it, I'm an old timer, I was frozen out, tickets are too expensive, sniff-sniff" types to buy their $40 tickets and get their asses to MetLife Stadium. Put down the pretzels, put away the slippers, gas up the rusty Ford, and get moving.
Oh, and if you don't cheer loudly enough, we're going to let you hear it.
True, but outside of leg surgery (good luck on that) I feel there is really no excuse not to go to the game as tix are easy to get. This is the type of game that separates the real fans from the weak ones... Kept my in-game streak alive last week, but the tailgate streak is over thanks to Woodpecker
for the T4T yeah I guess so, its really disorganized if I don't at least have a collection envelope or something with a logo on it to make it look real. Waiting to hear on what he has to promote it. I did put it on my site and got some guy who may be joining the tailgate because of it. I have already donated a bunch of tools and $$$ for the Sandy funds and kept my hotel reservation at the Engleside Inn in Beach Haven for next summer, so at least I will be contributing to the economy there.
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.
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Originally Posted by FlagmanL11
Really, you can say that with all the PSL banter that goes on on this site????? PSL holders are called sheep. Well now the chickens on the farm can go and sit in the PSL seats for 10% of the cost PSL holders have paid already and make a great day out of it....
Sunday is shaping up to be a great December football day, 50+ degrees, no rain and a 1PM game. For those who complain about PSL pricing and such, they can go to this game in person, root or boo the Jets and enjoy a good day of football as long as the team shows up. All can be done for $200 or less for a family or group of 4. The way I look at it, is that people can show up or shut up about this team, the STH vs. Non STH crap that goes on is out the window now as everyone has the opportunity to go in person with the affordable tix that are out there. It would be great to see a lot of people go Sunday. You should go... got a cold stella waiting for you in Lot L11 if you want to swing by...
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.
It`s time for the fans to stand up to Woody , WE ARE TIRED OF PLAYING SECOND FIDDLE TO THE SUPERBOWL WINNING GIANTS! & the worst part is we only beat crummy teams ,we can`t even be competetive anymore & if this team is going to drive us to drink ,I am better off going to the local tavern for $2 drafts instead of paying woody $8 a draft for his beer .
Woody would rather make his money other ways than winning. If it happens by mistake, then great. The clown show is easier, cheaper, and not as difficult to achieve.
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.