Would You Pay for Titans SB Tix?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewHorizans, Jan 25, 2014.

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How Much Would You Pay to go to Titans Super Bowl?

  1. Price is no concern, I WILL BE THERE NO MATTER THE COST!

    33.3%
  2. Would pay above face value, but not more than $2K

    31.0%
  3. Would only go if tix price is face value, not paying a penny more

    16.7%
  4. Would only go if tix are FREE, I dont pay to see the Titans anyway

    2.4%
  5. NOTHING, I would rather watch at home

    16.7%
  1. Cajun_Titan_33

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    Wouldn't have to think twice if I could find a ticket between 1,000-2,000. I'd be there in a heartbeat!
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  2. Tennessy XO

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    If I could find a ticket for around $1000.00 I'd go.

    If not I'm at least going to the city the Super Bowl is in to experience the chaos when we win.

    I hope the Titans go back when it is in New Orleans. I'd rip that city up.

    Get a hotel, find a bar near the stadium, watch the game, party outside the stadium
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  3. Scarecrow

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    Besides, World Series is a terrible comparison. They at least play in the teams home town.

    Bring the Titans to Nashville, then that is a different story.
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  4. NewHorizans

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    First, have you truly ever been to a Super Bowl? Last I checked it was alittle bigger than any random concert. As a big fan, I would want the team to have my support in person. Yelling on Defense. If there are a bunch of non-fans there. Then the team is gonna need my support, and anyone else who thought like me to be there. Will the D play better with all the fans sitting at home in Nashville watching on TV, nope. makes no difference.

    Second, where you plan on watching this with the thousands of fans? They gonna have a showing at LP Field? (Well they might, I guess that would be cool to do for those that can't truly go). That new outdoor jumbotron at LP Field would be cool to watch a SB on. Would be cold, but I guess closest to being there in person.
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  5. Scarecrow

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    You didn't see the Blackhawk fans fill the streets of Chicago when they won the cup did you?
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  6. NewHorizans

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    OH, there is NO WAY I would ever thinking watch the Titans in person in the Super Bowl would be boring NEVER!!!!
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  7. Tennessy XO

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    Say the same thing about all my teams.

    Just want to be in the city they win in.

    Hopefully if it is the Preds or Grizz it will be in Tennessee.

    Vols and Titans I'll travel wherever.
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  8. NewHorizans

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    Chicago has been filling the streets for years. I imagine the random sports bars downtown Nashville would have some excited fans. But what about the 2 dozen honkie tonk bars? Most those bars are just empty Super Bowl Sunday since they have like one TV and not meant for sports.

    Really we have no idea what Nashville will do if they ever win a Super Bowl or Stanley Cup. But you have to remember its still a SMALL city compared to most NFL cities. And sports is not the main focus of the city. Its Music.

    Now, the days after the Super Bowl, win or lose. The city would throw a parade like last time. Which I would be able to go to after I get back from the SB, so I can say I was at the game AND celebrate with the fans at home in Nashville. Much like the team itself
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  9. SawdustMan

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    I would absolutely LOVE to go, obviously. But realistically, no. I'd probably be watching from home. I just can't see myself ever paying 4 figures for a ticket to a 3-4 hour sporting event. Not even to see my team in the championship. Also, my wife is a huge fan as well so I'd be buying two tickets fo sho. So I'd be looking at what $5,000-6,000 (including travel/hotel/food/etc) to attend a damn football game? No thanks. I'd honestly rather use that kind of money for something more practical these days.

    I'd be a buyer at around $500-750. If I were still single I could see myself shelling out more. But no way I'm spending more than around $2,000 total trip to attend the SB.
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  10. Scarecrow

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    I mean its just stupid to suggest that someone is any less of a fan because they would PREFER to be somewhere else. If someone handed me free tickets, and said that I had to attend them or they would just go away, I would still go somewhere in Nashville to watch the game.

    Even though I am getting a higher level of enjoyment than I would if I was there, somehow I am less of a fan? Congrats, you are exactly what the NFL wants. Somehow the amount of $ I spend determines my level of fanhood? That is capitalism, congratulations living with that.

    You want a real test of 'diehard' fandom? Would you spend a year in jail and miss a Titan winning Super Bowl if it meant we got a ring?
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