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I wish that was the case..I don't know what the hell I'm going to do now. Wait for ATL?
This post was edited by OTPT 13 months ago
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@trevorkuhn We currently have tks on sale to MBB season tk holders & DAF members. We will not have a public on sale.
What I would do is buy the cheapest ticket you can and then wait by the exits of Lucas Oil after the first game ends and see who leaves and ask if you could have their ticket. I understand a lot of people are going to stay..... but I think it's a great way to get close seats for half the cost.
That's not a bad idea.
You have to think that after a win by either Louisville or Oregon and it's 9:15 pm on a Friday night..... my first reaction is not let's stay for another 2 hours and not drink.... my reaction would be how fast can you run to the nearest bar to drink and watch the game.
If Louisville loses, there will be a mass exodus.
Some of those people might just drive home. It's less than 2 hours.
This post was edited by NigelUno 13 months ago
Yeah, that's not a bad idea at all. I know as soon as Memphis/St. Mary's had their first tv timeout last week, I was outta there...
I went down to Indy in 2009 on Saturday the day after we beat Kansas and found 4 Sunday tickets at face value from some fellow Spartans at the bar Saturday night. Don't know if I just got lucky because Louisville had a bazillion fans but in 2010 I did pretty much the same thing but just bought tickets off Craigslist for slightly over face. Planning on doing the same thing this year, just gonna bring cash and take my chances with scalpers because you know there will be tickets floating around after Duke / Oregon loses (knock on wood).
Let me get this down, $100 million. Oh wait, I have a better idea. Instead of $100 million, how about I send you a hobo's dick cheese?
Did you run out of Viagra?
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It is ALWAYS a great day to be a Spartan!!!!
Umm ... You all can still buy tickets on ticketmaster at face in the terrace levels. They are the cheapest seats in the arena at $90, but you'll be in the building. Keep in mind that win or lose, (A LOT) of Louisville fans will be headed back down to kentucky after the game, in addition to those that leave to hit the bars. Regardless of where your tickets are, you'll be able to get the best seats in your section, and you'll probably be able to finagle your way into better sections, especially by half time. If that freaks you out, just take the tickets of the louisville fans that end up leaving.
Get to Indy! We just bought eight the other day (when they were below face on stubhub). There's no excuse not to make Friday night a friendly Spartan crowd.
Not a bad idea...hmmm
Apparently they sold a lot more than they thought they would. Good for them.
I'm beginning to wonder why I was able to score $90 all session seats in 114 over the weekend on ticketmaster
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