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Got my calendar alert set for 930am on Wednesday



Good luck to all Huddlers that are trying to get tix on Wed....hope you all are successful and we can fill the stadium with loud and proud fans.

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Fingers crossed here.  At least I have the hotel booked.  Looks like hotels are filling up quick.

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Please do. We do not want your bandwagoning ass in those stands.

Save your money for a jets game next season so you can watch Geno break the interception record.

Get the Fug off our forum, fareweather fan.

It's fair weather, and band wagoners getting loud are better than opposing fans making no noise. So cool your jets.

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Do they mail tickets to PSL owners or do we print them out?


We've always gotten them mailed to us in the past - might be different now that we have the pay as you play option because before we'd have to buy either one or 2 games in advance (depending on remote chances of having a game) and they'd both be mailed to us at the same time (if we had 2).  Over the years, I've gotten quite a few playoff tickets that never had to be used.  And the ticket typically says Conference Championship, Wildcard Weekend, etc instead of having a date and time because they wouldn't be set yet.

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Something I found on Ticketmaster's website. Some of these tips are useful.




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Download the ticket master app for your smartphone and login. There is no capsha verify crap. It's much quicker if your on LTE.

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