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  1. Season Ticket Renewals

    Bob meet my friend Bob. And Bob, this is my friend Bob.
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    Mine showed up online as having gone to Memphis also. I went to the local FedEx facility listed on the door tag and picked them up. No issues. Not in Tennessee.
  3. Season Ticket Renewals Single Game Tickets Redskins Single-Game Tickets From time to time, a visiting team returns tickets for a game at FedExField. When such an occasion occurs, members of the Redskins Season Ticket Waiting List are notified. The Redskins are pleased to offer this easy method to purchasing tickets when they are available. Fans interested in ticket availability should check the week of the game to determine if any are available.
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    Yep. I just have to stay just beyond your reach.
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    Only if you can catch me you old geezer! I was upgraded from Sect 139 to Sect 141 in 2009. I believe that was the year before the auto upgrades started, but I'm not sure about that.
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    Re-upped with March, April and May payments. You're given the opportunity to specify your upgrade preferences when you go through the payment process.
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    Make that a QB who consistently wins games for the next 10 - 15 years.
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    S&S, sorry for the off topic post, but you need to clear out some PM's in order to receive new ones.
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    This is where you're missing the point. If that were the argument, then I would agree that it was silly and stupid. This was not a service to the fans by showing the county tax separately. This was an additional 10% increase to the Redskins above the published $20. And that point continues to be ignored. People are not complaining, just pointing out that the $20 price raise that you refer to here was actually a $29.90 increase. The Redskins received an additional $27.90 per seat per game. You can say that they raised the ticket prices by $27.90, or you can say that they raised them by $29.90, but you can't accurately say they raised them by $20. That's all that's being pointed out here.
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    Cool. I finally disagree with SonnyandSam about something! The tax extraction from the face value of the ticket, was a very significant change for a season ticket holder. No, it has never been hidden from us, we're all fully aware that it's there. It raised the cost of being a season ticket holder by 10% without raising the face value of the ticket. That's the only thing that people are pointing out. The other very significant change for the season ticket holder was to force us to purchase the pre-season games. That used to be optional. Again, not trying to blame Dan Snyder, or trying to make it seem like the Redskins are doing something that other teams don't. Both are changes that significantly raised the cost of being a season ticket holder without raising the face value of the tickets. Not complaining, just pointing out that a face value discussion should also include the additional and very significant increases in cost to the season ticket holder.
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    I'd wait until there's confirmation that others have been upgraded, and that they see that upgrade in their online account before coming to that conclusion.
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    Yeah, York doesn't seem like much of a distance to me either. My wife and I used to come in for every home game from Scranton, PA until we moved down to the DC area. As to the thread topic, we renewed using the three payment option.