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Titans fail to make tickets non transferrable for first home game with fans.

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"Imo they should strip the PSL owners of their license for selling them" 

 

I agree, but this will never happen....money rules .

 

This is a good way for a city to lose a team..............if the city won't support its own team, why would a franchise want to stay?

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30 minutes ago, OboroTitanFan said:

"Imo they should strip the PSL owners of their license for selling them" 

 

I agree, but this will never happen....money rules .

 

This is a good way for a city to lose a team..............if the city won't support its own team, why would a franchise want to stay?

IIirc the Broncos revoked some PSLs a few years back because they sold too many of their game tickets. 

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1 hour ago, heyitsmeallen said:

Yep... somehow the Titans didn’t make the tickets non transferrable and allowed each person to buy up to 6... they have already popped up on the after market ticket sites for way over face vale... so prepare for 30-50% of our 7000 person crowd to be Steeler fans!!! TitanUp! Imo they should strip the PSL owners of their license for selling them, but since the team allowed them to be sold second hand it’s their fault. When the coach and team complain about the opposing teams fans in the stands, they can blame their own organization for not trying to stop scalpers. 

No they can blame a crappy Fanbase. For many years, the Nashville fans complained that the team wasn’t good enough and that’s why they weren’t going. Well now you’ve got a good team and they were really no excuses. This absolutely does not happen in good NFL markets.I feel bad for the players, coaches, and ownership. They deserve betterI feel bad for the players, coaches, and ownership. They deserve better

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18 minutes ago, BudAdams said:

 

God dammit bud, finally just starting to get over the pain of the move and you throw this shit at me.  My allergies are acting up now and I must have just eaten some diablo hot wings. 

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4 hours ago, heyitsmeallen said:

Yep... somehow the Titans didn’t make the tickets non transferrable and allowed each person to buy up to 6... they have already popped up on the after market ticket sites for way over face vale... so prepare for 30-50% of our 7000 person crowd to be Steeler fans!!! TitanUp! Imo they should strip the PSL owners of their license for selling them, but since the team allowed them to be sold second hand it’s their fault. When the coach and team complain about the opposing teams fans in the stands, they can blame their own organization for not trying to stop scalpers. 

How did they decide who got the tickets?

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If that stadium is full of Steelers fans, it will be a serious insult to the Titans players.  It will also be a huge embarrassment for Titans fans.  Nashville is a funny town.  Football is the overwhelmingly most popular sport in the south.  But in Nashville by comparison to other cities the NHL is the most popular sport.  As much as I love Nashville, this is one of the least things I like.  People talk about Philly, but Nashville was comfortable booing an injured player returning to the game during the teams' first season as Titans in their new stadium.

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