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1 free ticket Pelican founders club seat.

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3 hours ago, peteywheatstraw said:

The game is over now obviously,  but I'll keep you in mind next time I can't make it.


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19 hours ago, Mr. Nuts said:


Stop posting dumb ass posts wanting tickets for a game that already happened.  Also, take a remedial English class.  

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