CTennant

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  1. CTennant

    FS: Two tickets vs. Giants 12/9

    Update: the parking pass is no longer for sale. And I am taking best offers.
  2. CTennant

    FS: Two tickets vs. Giants 12/9

    I'll add that I also have a Redzone parking pass that I will sell with these tickets for $50. And if the tickets sell without the parking pass, I already have a buyer for it lined up.
  3. CTennant

    FS: Two tickets vs. Giants 12/9

    I am down to just a pair.
  4. I have two tickets in section 101, row 24 for sale for the game against the Giants on December 9. I am taking best offers. Let me know if you're interested. -ct
  5. CTennant

    Standing in the Club level?

    This is a unique topic. If it more appropriately goes somewhere else, please feel free to move it. I have tickets in the 100 level which is notorious for requiring you to stand for most, if not all, of the game. In a game later this season, my parents will be attending. Thanks to an accident in 2017, they cannot stand for long periods. I would simply like to move to the 200 level section above us, but there does not seem to be an opportunity for a trade or even a purchase (at a reasonable price) in that section. An opportunity does exist in the Club level. But I am hesitant to pull the trigger if I am going to run into the same kind of problem. Can anyone give me any insight as to the amount of standing that we should expect in the club level? What sections or areas should we avoid? Given my circumstances, is it a good idea not to be in the back half or beyond a certain row? I am aware that you have to stand for big plays, but the standing for an entire quarter, etc., is what I am trying to avoid. Thanks, -ct
  6. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    I was thinking the same thing. I still have not received an email, which I have gotten every prior season.
  7. I have never seen a post like this so let me explain below. First and foremost, I have four tickets together in the upper part of section 101 for the 12/9 Giants game that I am looking to trade for four tickets together in sections 201 or 242. Why am I looking to trade? My parents are attending that game and my Mother broke her hip last year. She will not be able to stand for the entire game as is usually required in section 101. As sitting is the norm in the 200 level, she will be able to handle that better. Let me know if you have tickets that I am looking for and are interested in trading. -ct
  8. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Maybe I am a pessimist, but I see disaster coming. When this was an option, I called and asked if they would have printers at the gates to give stubs to people saying where their seats are. They said that they were still considering it. Still considering it??? Think about all of the times that someone (WITH A PRINTED TICKET IN HAND) has mistakenly gone to the wrong seats? I have never witnessed when this was not an honest mistake, but still. If there is no stub, how often do you think this will happen now? Having stub printers seemed like a no brainer to me. But even if they have stub printers, what other corners have been cut? I see this being the future when everything is digital and there is no paper. But you have to do this correctly. -ct (trying not to be the old man shaking his fist at clouds...)
  9. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Is it easy? Do dream seat fans have a contract with the Redskins guaranteeing them those seats for a number of years? Is there any sort of clause for the removal of the seats? The Redskins couldn't simply re-locate them to the Club level without consent. Those fans paid to be right beside the field. There could be other factors. The point is that a few questions would have to be answered before anything could happen. And depending on those questions and answers, it might not be easy.
  10. Here is the first few of many questions. If you opted to use the 2017 ticket system (not digital tickets), how do you get concession discounts? Is it correct to assume that those with digital tickets will have to have some sort of scan of their phone ever time they go to the concessions? -ct
  11. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    The FAQ has changed. It now says: Will I receive physical tickets in the mail? We will not be automatically sending out physical versions of our tickets this year. Instead, we have implemented digital ticketing for all of our home games. For the 2018 Season, you will have the option receive physical tickets in addition to having access to digital tickets via your My Redskins Account. I expect them to go full digital in 2019.
  12. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Now according to the February 2018 Season Ticket Member E-Newsletter, digital ticketing is optional. If true, that would have been nice to include in the FAQ.
  13. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Why would future and potential PSLs (which we have only speculation about) affect your 2018 decision? If that happens in ~8 years, that obviously affects that future decision.
  14. CTennant

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Did you receive an email beforehand?