Consider Camping Out For Titan Tickets

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  1. twoseven

    twoseven Camp Fodder

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    I have never missed a game, never left early, yelled my lungs out the whole game, and have sat through some bad weather. But as far as selling 2 of my 4 seats to opposing teams ? yea , i have done it. on ebay. It's hard to turn down 3 to 4 hundred dollars for 2 seats to 1 game. ( im not talking about last season either , lol ) i couldnt give the darn things away.
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  2. i wish i could do this, it sounds like it would be a lot of fun, i dont get to go so many titans games in person, im always sitting at home watching them on the couch, which is very comfortable, and u dont have to wait in line to get food or go to the bathroom which is another perk

    but the main game that i want to go see this season is the preseason game vs the saints, that would be a lot of fun, to see vince and reggie on the same field again, my parents said they would think about it, i really hope that i can go see that one
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  3. Soxcat

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    Sounds like fun? Like a three day tailgate party except you get to buy tickets instead of seeing a game? I'm a die hard fan but the whole concept sounds ridiculous unless you are unemployed, unmarried and have nothing else to do.
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  4. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    It's the offseason, any excuse will do...

    I wish I didn't have anything more important to do and could go sit around and talk titans at the collesium.
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  5. flamehead2

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    Well
    I own my own business, I'm married, and am the busiest person I know.
    But i did it for 4 years in a row and it NEVER got old. It was a blast. It's not for everyone. You have to have the right temperment. If you get bored easily then you've got the wrong personality for it. If you're like me or the others who campout for the tickets and can make the most out of any situation then...
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  6. flamehead2

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    The only downside is on saturday when you get your tickets and you leave the stadium you will be sooooo... pumped up for the season. Only to realize you still have 2 months to go until it starts :(
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  7. VolnTitan

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    Not that busy then because I think my financial welfare would take a dark turn if I spent 3 business days camping out for tickets instead of working. Which is why I spent the money that I would lose not working by "camping out" and bought PSL's when they came to town. See every game, never missed one and don't have to worry about getting them every season. That is smart die hard ;)
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  8. flamehead2

    flamehead2 Starter

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    You're missing the point
    I have PSL's but i'm still going down there the last few days.

    VolnTitan
    You don't have to explain. The campout is not for you enough said
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  9. twoseven

    twoseven Camp Fodder

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    Your going for the free tour arent ya ? :ha:
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  10. flamehead2

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    Hoffa,
    you're right about that
    NOBODY that camps out is going to scalp the tickets thats for sure.
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