" Gus Wrote"
I tried that for 3 years and just this year gave up.
Geez I know their is no conspiracy but your getting screwed Gus. Their are people relocated to other cities all the time, that give up their tickets. Sincerely don't understand why you have not been moved? I meet new ticket holders all the time who have come from other cities. Even on Tv tonight all those "buy 2 games tickets can't be terrible"?
my issue is buying affordable 'wheelchair accessible' tickets....
I would have no problem otherwise. Here's the deal: the Ga Dome has set aside ( legally required to ) say 500 'handicapped seats', which are located in the lower levels ( which are pricey)..Most folks in a wheelchair dont travel alone to the game, they almost always have a companion.
Back before Ryan, you could buy cheap season tickets, go down to the ticket office before the season started, and trade them in for 2 handicapped seats. Hell, during Petrino they were downright happy about it. In 2008, they did it again, but told me to request a seating change during the offseason. I did just that: but they said there was a 'waiting list' for available handicapped seats.. Then after we went to the playoffs, that stopped. They basically said 'all right, we worked with you before, but there is a limited number of handicapped seats, and we no longer will exchange cheaper Season tickets straight out. You can come down to the ticket office, trade in you upper level season tickets and pay the difference.'
I tried numerous times to get them to work with me, but finally I just gave up.
It just sucks because it's 300$ to go see one freekin game
with my buddy, and then when we do go: we see all these people sitting in the accessible sections that aren't even in a wheelchair!
But, I can go see a Braves or Hawks game relatively cheap.