Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by stevetaebo:
If I knew I could make 2x-3x as much for these tickets combined with our poor product on the field, I'm doing the exact same thing.
If I'm a season ticket holder, selling these would help pay for the other 7 weeks.
But if this was the playoffs or week 17 where a division title was on the line. I'd give the finger to Cowboy fan and tell them to suck it.
This. You can curse me all you want, but I was unable to attend the game and could not find anyone on here to buy my tickets. So, I sold them on ebay, made a good profit, and may have sold them to a Cowgirls' fan. Gotta try to recoup my losses somehow.
BTW I have no problem with seller your tickets for a profit. I have done this for many many years and the Dallas game is always a huge game to make some $$. My point was this time it was different, and not the same as other years and games at home vs the cowboys.
This time it was horrible, I think that all the crap from the Raiders preseason game and the 49ers/Jed York crackdown on Tailgate before and after get togethers and a host of other reasons, Higher Ticket prices aimed at Long Time Season Ticket Holders in the best seats and higher food and parking and drink costs, may have pushed a lot of season ticket holders over the edge.
A new mind set and a new I DONT REALLY CARE mode is now in place. Get ready for more of what everyone saw on Sunday vs Dallas 49ers fans. Sorry but thats how I see it. The tailgate new rules are a very bad thing for the loyal good faithful 49ers fans. Thats what I picked up from Sundays Great game vs the Dallas Cowboys.
[ Edited by 49erJim on Sep 20, 2011 at 10:05 PM ]