I live in Germany (with a german billing adress) and come over to see two reg season games each year. I always buy my tix the day they go on sale (to general public, presales for PSL holders start a week earlier) on Ticketmaster each time. Works fine, exept I can't print them. I have to pick them up before the game at the Will Call Booths. So no restrictons there, seriuosely. Have been doing it for years now. You shouldn't have any problems buying your tix.
then let's make a plan to try when tix go on sale from your locale and mine. Any opportunity to buy tix is a good one
Remind me NEVER to hire you as a private investigator. I'd hire you to find out if my wife is cheating on me and you'd come back with some pictures of a trash can, a dog urinating on a tree, and a homeless guy smoking a cigarette.
what if your wife was cheating on your with a homeless guy while a dog pee'd on her, in a trashcan? Who'd be laughing then?
Greg “Catman” Good, the Carolina Panthers No. 1 fan, says his doctor will decide Saturday whether to release him from Forsyth Medical Center so he can attend the team’s home playoff game Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers
If he doesn’t attend the game, he wants the Panthers’ fans to cheer loudly in his absence.
Fox Sports will live-stream Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2 — the third year in a row the NFL’s championship game will be webcast for free to U.S. Internet users. However, Fox’s NFC postseason games on the Internet will be restricted only to subscribers of a handful of pay-TV partners, with the three largest being Comcast, AT&T U-verse and Cablevision Systems, according to sources familiar with the broadcaster’s plans
Going to be staying at the ritz about a mile from the stadium. Has anybody stayed there and walked to the dome or did you take a bus or park in a lot. Also is there any big Panther tailgate that is going on that my friend and I can join??? Looking forward to the dome takeover
Walk. The area is perfectly fine between the Ritz and the Dome.
Best way is to wander south on Peachtree from the Ritz about two blocks to Starbucks, then turn right onto Luckie Street. (or, better -- take Peachtree south about one block, then turn onto Forsyth towards the Dunkin Donuts... then go one more block to Luckie). However you get there, take Luckie all the way to the Giant Ferris Wheel at Centennial Olympic Park, then turn left to join the Panthers fans heading over to the Dome.
There are other ways you could go that would have you zig-zag on streets back and forth between the Ritz and Centennial Park, but it's more a pain in the butt if you're not a local who knows where you're going.
Don't take a bus or taxi. It's not worth the $$ or effort.
It's a personal thing for me, but I can't knock people for injury unless it's because they didn't want to workout.
Granted it is disappointing, but I just can't see it as shameful.
Agreed - can't fault someone for injuries beyond their control.
I'll throw in HE WHO SHALL NOT BE NAMED who quit the team because "his heart just wasn't in the game anymore" for dishonorable mention. Yeah, I know I said "on field performance only", but just up and quitting the team like that just made me lose all respect for that kid.