Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Buffalo Brad, Oct 18, 2011.
You'll enjoy those seats.
sounds like the pre-game at the darkhorse is growing....
we got the call as well... and are deciding tonight where our seats are!!! :woot:
Anybody who can support the team should try. The 2 tickets for 16 games were only $254 including then service fees. Great deal for 16 games with my son watching The team and Taddy roll (as coach A likes to say)
Mother****er. Those bitches haven't called me yet. I will be upgrading my ticket and since Snow is no longer a student he will be joining me. We are now old and don't want to deal with standing ****ing students. I just don't know where I want them yet. Anyone have a link to a price chart?
Price chart here http://www.cubuffs.com/fls/600/tick...f?SPID=257&SPSID=3889&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=600
I haven't gotten the call yet either. Color me stunned. I'm going to try to get one of the corners that has actual seats (I'm looking at you 18...)
I'm in section 20 and absolutely love it. I have sat in many of the corner and behind the basket as well and there aren't too many bad sight lines in the place.
The best part about season tickets: beers at half time. Every beer you drink gets us closer to a national championship.
they never check for season tickets down there. its all an out free for all.
When do single game tickets go on sale? I might pop for a couple, depending on the family schedule.
Monday, October 24.
Where do you get beers at? I'll finally be of age this year
TBD, but I'm guessing the new practice facility. Used to be the basement of the keg.
I believe they will be selling them in the Club Room which was open to season ticket holders last year.
always checked mine before we went down the stairs, but I know they checked if you walked in by the elevators too.
Weird. You must look like a college kid.
They never checked mine. Also, I called in today and they told me they are calling people this week by priority points. I guess we are low on the totem pole. Will hear by Friday.
-- I'm a Guy On A Buffalo --
assholes. Don't they know WHO WE ARE?
I live out of state but I'd like to support and buy tickets/use them when I'm in town. Is there any way we can donate tickets or is it worth just trying to sell them?
I've had the same conundrum for football tickets as well. Any ideas?
you guys are both younger than me. Did you guys use the back steps (NW corner) or the entry that was near the bathrooms?
I don't know if they do the chauncey roundup anymore, but that is a great place to donate tickets.
Either. We just walked in like we owned the place.
No wonder you haven't received the call yet.
This. Don't go in expecting them to check your ticket. Walk in, say hi, and don't hesitate as you walk past them. You're supposed to be there. If you act like it, they won't think you're suspiciously sneaking in.
-- I'm a Guy On A Buffalo --
that is weird, I had season tickets last year and we would walk past the same guy almost every week and he would still check. I guess I look sketchy.
I think it might have something to do with your "I HOPE ORTON GETS THE CLAP!" t-shirt.
so he was one of the 3 Orton fans.
Finally got my damn tickets. Naturally, it came after I saw that the Men's Basketball account tweeted that season tickets were on sale for everyone. Apparently the best way to get the ticket office to call you is to tweet the men's basketball feed.
I really hope Bohn has something in his plans for the ticket office. This is a joke.
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