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Carolina Panthers Tailgating - Seahawks Game 9-8-2013 - Updated Info

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Yeah I caved in and decided fug it it its only a 5 and a half hour drive and I ain't missing this pooh for nothin! Last time I was at a game was 2003 o.0 stupid navy and all. Anywho I'll be rescuing my best bro tard from a boring Sunday with the whiffle and taking the mom to her first ever game... Don't judge she's the perfect DD!! Plus I'm like the coolest son on the block! We'll probably get in really early just because A. I'm retardedly excited and B. I miss the Charlotte area. We'll definitely do the byob thing and contribute besides its about time I had some good ol eastern Carolina BBQ after going all over the country trying these others claiming they had the same recipe ;) I have one request from ya Zod. I want some of that glorious pumpkin brew pooh you were drinking last night when ya wrote that post. I'm kind of an addict when it comes to that ish. Can't wait to meet you folks!

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Hm, I'm a little confused now - what's the difference between GA tickets and "free admission"? 

 

Sorry for the dumb questions

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Hm, I'm a little confused now - what's the difference between GA tickets and "free admission"?

Sorry for the dumb questions

No worries - questions welcomed. And yes, it's a little confusing because there are several ticket options.

It's free to come in and check it out

If you're going to BYOB it's $10 cooler or $5 if you bring MillerCoors

For $15 you get to BYOB and eat Mac's food

The $30 (General Admission) includes BYOB, food, and four drinks at noon.

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How strictly enforced is the limit of a 6 pack per person?

 

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How strictly enforced is the limit of a 6 pack per person?

I removed it. But each person drinking would need to pay for a BYOB ticket.

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awesome not a problem at all will gladly donate to the cause, one other question, are other teams fans welcome?

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awesome not a problem at all will gladly donate to the cause, one other question, are other teams fans welcome?

Ha....I "guess". Kidding...of course. This isn't Philly. They're just not allowed to talk or have fun ;)

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Clearly no talking or having fun for them, final question I swear the parking lot opens at 10 or we can get there a little early to start our hanging out, this will be my first time at a game and im super pumped. we are driving down from NY and don't want to have to haul a bbq so this seems like a great options

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Clearly no talking or having fun for them, final question I swear the parking lot opens at 10 or we can get there a little early to start our hanging out, this will be my first time at a game and im super pumped. we are driving down from NY and don't want to have to haul a bbq so this seems like a great options

There are several places to park right beside the party and you can get it those as early as you want. If you look at the map in Zod's OP then you can see the best spot to park. Those lots will start getting some people in the around 830-9a. You'll see my sweating my a$$ off trying to get everything setup, so come say hello if you get there early.

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