Is this even legal?

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from fourjays30. Show fourjays30's posts

    Is this even legal?

    Just heard on WEEI that donkey's management is limiting credit card ticket sales to those that only live in eight states that are the nearest to CO.

     
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    In response to fourjays30's comment:

    Just heard on WEEI that donkey's management is limiting credit card ticket sales to those that only live in eight states that are the nearest to CO.



    If there are doing it I am sure it is...  (I am not sure if I am going to waste my time going on a Ticketmaster, probably just better to stay home!)

    “@ColleenFerreira: Price range AFC Championship game: $90-$300 for reserved seats. $300-$600 for club seats. Tickets are thousands on stubhub #9newsmornings”

     
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    They'll sell out the game regardlessly, doubt the league cares past that.

     
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    easy to get around,  either change your car address on-line to your hotel/friend's house in Denver and call the hotel to expect a package for you and to hold it.  After purchase, change the address back.  My on-line address updates almost immediately for card verification.

     
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    Shouldn't be legal, but the Pats could've avoided all this if they had taken the Dolphins to school in the second game.

     
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    In response to fourjays30's comment:
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    Just heard on WEEI that donkey's management is limiting credit card ticket sales to those that only live in eight states that are the nearest to CO.

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    It's really funny how you call them the "donkey's".  It shows a great level of maturity when someone assigns an condescending nickname and continues to use it over and over.

    Reminds me of when people use "Gomer" or "Mankie".

    So funny.

     
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    There were talking about it here in Denver on the radio about the playoff game where there were more Steeler fans, than Bronco fans.... That could be the reason 

     
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    In response to fourjays30's comment:
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    Just heard on WEEI that donkey's management is limiting credit card ticket sales to those that only live in eight states that are the nearest to CO.




    It's really funny how you call them the "donkey's".  It shows a great level of maturity when someone assigns an condescending nickname and continues to use it over and over.

    Reminds me of when people use "Gomer" or "Mankie".

    So funny.

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    I couldnt agree more. All this "Gomer" stuff is incendiary, and highly disrespectful to one of the greatest qb's of all time. Which, is why I choose to be certain I use his full and proper name when I talk about him: Mr. Gomer P. Horsehead. Much better........

     
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    Just heard on WEEI that donkey's management is limiting credit card ticket sales to those that only live in eight states that are the nearest to CO.

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    It's really funny how you call them the "donkey's".  It shows a great level of maturity when someone assigns an condescending nickname and continues to use it over and over.

    Reminds me of when people use "Gomer" or "Mankie".

    So funny.

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    Yeah, real men take passive aggressive shots at strangers on a message board to make themselves feel smart.

     
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    I heard that the concession people at Mile HIGH expect to sell a million buritos on Sunday. 

     
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    Maybe the Patriots and 49ers front offices can Institute a "No Seahawks/broncos" gear permitted at next years game in retaliation and to support anyone screwed by this stupid policy. It completely legal.

     
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    Seattle is doing the same thing.

     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from TheExaminer. Show TheExaminer's posts

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    One of these two home teams will lose Sunday. Bank on it. Maybe both, but at least one will lose.

     
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    I dunno, seems a bit petty to me.

    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2014/01/13/broncos-selling-afc-championship-game-tickets-only-to-fans-living-in-rocky-mountain-region/

     

     
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    I tried to by tickets this morning (I live in Denver) and couldn't anyhow.  At the moment, upper deck tickets are goign for $400.  No thanks.

    I bet there will still be plenty of Pats fans there.  Tons of us out here.  The downtown sports bars were full of Pats jerseys Saturday night for the Colts game.

    Everybody, including sarcastic/bitter Broncos fans, local media, and all of the non-natives call them 'the donkeys'. 

     
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    It's really funny how you call them the "donkey's".  It shows a great level of maturity when someone assigns an condescending nickname and continues to use it over and over.

    Reminds me of when people use "Gomer" or "Mankie".

    So funny.



    Says the man who coined the nickname "Rusty Trombone"

    So funny!


     
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    I don't see a problem with it but it does seem like a desperate kind of move. 

     
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    One of these two home teams will lose Sunday. Bank on it. Maybe both, but at least one will lose.

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    SF is going to beat Seattle, I think.  Pretty hard to sweep a division opponent for 3 wins in a season.

     

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    We then lets hope its both who lose, because I dont want to see Gomer in NY.

     
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    In response to TFB12's comment:

    Seattle is doing the same thing.



    You are correct:

    According to SF Chronicle Sports , the Seahawks are limiting ticket sales to just six states and the Canadian provinces for the upcoming playoff game. Only credit cards with addresses from Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, Alaska and Hawaii will be allowed to buy tickets for the game at CenturyLink Field.

    Yes, California is among the states excluded from the list.


    They are afraid of any slight opposing noises to compete with their 12th man. 49ers getting ahead by a couple of scores would be sufficient silencing !!! Denver too is a very noisy stadium and the same is true of the Pats' silencing them.

     
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    The chargers tried that a few years back and all you have to do is go to stub hub and sit pretty much anywhere you want. I think I'll wait and maybe go to Metlife in 3 weeks instead;)

     

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