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Old 01-07-2013, 01:30 PM   #16
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Re: Dream Seat Experience

This is why we cant have nice things.
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:50 PM   #17
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I guess there's no pleasing some people. I'd cut off my arm just for regular tickets to a game.
RIGHT! - i didn't get to go at all this year due to re-location and increased need for $$ .. i usually go to 2 games a season ugh... and i normally sit in the 400's and am just fine with that... i wouldn't, and couldn't, pay 285 for behind the bench because of the issues mentioned, depth perception limited view at some points... good to know though if the situation ever arose i wouldnt sit here.
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #19
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the only reason i got to sit there for the chiefs game was because my dad was given tickets. as a plumber, he volunteered his time for "heat's on - water's off". i'm not sure exactly where the tickets came from, but he was thrilled to accept them.

we were able to kick it w the chief in the parking lot before the game, the seats were amazing, you can see everything just fine.

i also sat 2nd row behind the redskins bench closer to the 45, those tickets were gifts as well. that was vs the saints in 2003.
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:38 PM   #20
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I think many of you misunderstood me. I am not complaining about the dream seats themselves, neither am i complaining about the price i got them for. I understand that $285 per ticket was an excellent deal. I did say this though "i don't think these "Dream" Seats are worth the premium." For the so called included "amenities", i'm just saying that it isn't worth hundreds more what i should have paid and not worth hundreds more than seats right behind it in the lower section 100's.
That you complained about anything is what's wrong with this thread
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:24 PM   #21
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I had a chance to sit in the Dream Seats for the Sep 11 home opener last year when we beat the Giants and loved EVERY second of it. I was in the endzone, left side. The action when someone is about to score is so amazing, but it has hard to follow action at opposite end zone as you'd expect. You also get a few additional perks like club access (including the much much shorter line to get in stadium) which is a really nice benefit over cheap seats. I actually think they are priced about right -- they aren't the best seats in the stadium but the whole experience is pretty darn cool.

Of course there was one MAJOR disappointment: Kerrigan's pick 6 happened on the right side of the endzone, not where I was
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:03 PM   #22
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Again, i was never complaining about the actual experience. Worth the $285 per ticket i paid? Sure. Worth over $700-$1,000 per seat? Probably not.
Here's some shots I took with my phone.

















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Nice shot of pam olivers ass lol
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Nice shot of pam olivers ass lol
LOL at the security guard checking it out!
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was forbath rocking isotoners?

i couldn't find the scene from ace ventura
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Was that Pam Oliver or Kim Kardashian?!
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damn seeing Pam Oliver's ass makes me want to go in for the butt fumble
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milellie, I can't believe that you had to eat hot dogs instead of barbeque...it is hard to imagine the barbarousness of your experience. How can Snyder and the Fedex people sleep at night after committing such crimes against humanity?!
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LOL at the security guard checking it out!

Cracked me up. Don't blame the dude though...lol
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:46 PM   #30
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Not knowing what a 7-11 hot dog tastes like makes me feel somewhat pedestrian.

Oh and by the way, the best place to get a hot dog is from the sidewalk vendors at the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago.
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