Last edited by tshile; December-17th-2012 at 09:24 PM.
My $99 seats in section 219 are now $171.40/piece. I'm a little pissed off to say the least.
Premium seats are actaully "cheaper" if not the same price as regular season ... clubs start at $250 and suite tickets at $450. Of the 4 my buddy and I get for the regular season we're likely only getting two for the playoffs and leaving the wives at home ... should anyone have any interest of purchasing the other tickets at invoice let me know and we'll reserve them (will need 100% payment up front).
$39.95 upper SRO.
That's pretty hard to beat.
Redskins Season Ticket Holder 2002-2008, 2012-
Yep, I used to have endzone seats, but my seats only moved 2 sections over to the corner of the seats. Apparantly they aren't honoring the $48 price for the playoffs and looks like those seats will be $86.90 a piece next year and not worth that. I would have been fine with a $70.40 price tag.
---------- Post added December-18th-2012 at 08:58 AM ----------
I agree! $86.90 a ticket is way to much for upper level that isn't even close to the 50 yard line. Hate to let my tickets go, since we are now getting to be a good team, but don't think I have a choice.
Last edited by Mr_Scotch; December-18th-2012 at 08:03 AM.
Does anyone have a green pass they are willing to sell. I don't have parking attached to my account and I am way to fat to walk from the gray lot.
Weird about all these increases my tickets were $.60 cheaper per ticket
I have $99(+tax) tickets in section 104, $79(+tax) tickets in 218 and $29(+tax) tickets in SRO 411. The lower levels were the same price as the regular season but they raised the SRO tickets to $39.95 with taxes included. Definitely no complaints here. I could have sworn that the last home playoff game in 1999 we had to pay higher than regular season prices.
The thing that annoys me is that parking isn't included in the invoice and in order to get parking I have to pay an additional $5.25 per parking pass for a surcharge. Seems to me that it should be in with your regular invoice and included under that "convenience charge".
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