Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffsrock85, Jul 9, 2019.
I got the same notice and tomorrow is my Birthday as well!
Right on! Well happy birthday to you!
And to you!
Let's not start sucking each others dicks just yet
And just like that I got an update it’s now the 11th, lame.
51 days before the season starts and it’s lame?
Nah, I wasn’t even even expecting to receive them till August. I just thought it would have been fun to receive them for my birthday. I can wait a day.
Yeah just got the email from CU confirming it
Same here, also showing the 11th.
I can't wait for @Buffsrock85 YouTube video unboxing the tickets and getting all giddy.
Got my email this morning, clicked on the tracking link and says loaded on truck out for delivery today. Guess it helps that the printer is in Fort Smith, Arkansas. It just shipped last night.
You bet your ass!
The email from CU says it’s mailed directly from their printer to me. UPS says it’s shipped from Arkansas. Wtf is our printer in Arkansas?
Looks like they print tickets and design tickets, that is their specialty.
Huh. Weird. I wonder why mine got delayed till tomorrow.
The season tickets on the fancy stock are cheaper/easier to have a printing company handle. The standard tickets you get for single games are printed by the ticket office.
Guys. I get that. Is there not a good Colorado company to print special tickets?
Probably wanted to ruin your birthday.
CU and UPS in cahoots to **** with buffsrock85pocketsonmyshorts. Classic.
My dad in Lincoln just received confirmation of his ten season tickets. Should be a fun year in Boulder.
TCAG in Englewood is a company that could handle this. They do our companies marketing and training materials. Someone get on the phone and settle someone's hash.
Please don't disappoint us. Wear the signed Jersey, cargos and have the shank hanging out just a bit.
Suck a dick.
Thanks for the donation to the university.
Die in a fire. Bitch.
Mine were pushed to tomorrow delivery as well.
Looks like doubling the franklin field prices found the demand ceiling:
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