Last edited by Flushing Roots; 02-25-2013 at 06:10 PM.
As far as food and parking issues, they have all that, they're just not giving it to you, at your station in stadium life. Jump one section to your left, and you drive straight into the lot, past everyone else, 20 mins before kickoff. Use the extra 5 minutes to decide between the carving station, pulled pork, pizza oven, food network station, etc., etc. You complaining about food and parking is the equivalent of the non-PSL upper deckers complaining about bathrooms, entry/exit, and, well, parking.
You're my friend on facebook so you've seen I like that stuff but just not at a football game. I already had to boot someone from my taillgate because every week they wanted to blast that stuff and we have a pretty diverse age range (anywhere from 10 years old to 70 years old). Also just showed up with a cooler full of booze and never wanted to clean up anything. In general though I feel like people don't clean up as nicely. I'm not saying things need to be perfectly clean but there's no reason to leave plates thrown all over and beer bottles shattered everywhere.
Also my truck has been pelted a lot more with footballs the past three years. This has been both by young and old but a couple times I've had to drop a few F bombs to startle the people and have them stop.
on any given sunday at the old stadium fans were friendly and less violent they intervened and offered food,beer and friendship. the new crowd is very confrontational and arrogant to say the least. i remember the year we played pittsurgh in the snow i set up a tent for my crowd of 6 by the time kickoff came around we had at least 25 people partying with us all strangers who then became weekly friends.
the broken glass and the trash is something the metlife personnel needs to address instead of ignoring.
That being said I know couple of the lot attendants and guys on golf carts most are pretty nice. It's a lack of communication at the management level.
Another example. I was in a tailgate competition two years ago. It was set up through the stadium was a great time. I was given a special pass to come in at 7 am. One of my other guys comes in and one guy is letting him into the area to set up for the competition another guy is yelling and screaming that all of our cars are being towed. In the mean time the stadium is involved in the event. They subcontract the lots out to another company so it's a different group of people just becomes a mess.
[QUOTE=isired;4820177]The PA is a nuisance in the corners, but it's bad acoustic planning, I think, more than anything else. I sat one game last year in the LL mid field, much better than 232a, where it drives me crazy.
2 Mezzanine End Zone A 225a 6 21 - 22 Aisle All $1,877
Mezz A is the bomb for resale. Around $900 bucks each is new lowest listing, and aisle seats to boot.
Mezz end zone were sucky seats in old stadium