Going to a game

Discussion in 'Nashville' started by dtm586, Apr 16, 2019.

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  1. dtm586

    dtm586 The Master Jedi

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    Sorry for making a new thread but I need some advice on going to my first Titans home game.

    Live in Cali and I want a head start on any advice before the schedule comes out tomorrow. I don’t have the money to run out and by tickets online as soon as the dates are official tomorrow.

    So how long can you exactly wait? Do the Titans typically sell out? Prices not too extreme? I assume only if it’s a Primetime game ... stub hub the best place to get tix? Any help is appreciated
     
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  2. Chance9

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    I use stubhub when I get my tickets to games, usually just look for the best deal/value that I find on there
     
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  3. dtm586

    dtm586 The Master Jedi

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    They don’t sell out their home games instantly though right? I was going to wait and look into airfare first and buy a game ticket later down the line
     
  4. JCBRAVE

    JCBRAVE goTitans 2019 Survivor Champion

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    Ticketcity.com has always been my go-to for 2nd market tix
     
  5. titanthakur

    titanthakur Pro Bowler

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    People always sell tix so don’t worry about them being sold out and you get better deals through third party vendors rather than the box office at the stadium. Good luck and let us know what game you’re going to!
     
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  6. CJtheBeast

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    If you buy early you might get a deal on a game you like. If you wait, you never know. I think the Philly game was the only game it was hard to get tickets to, to my knowledge.

    Tickets are reasonable to you shouldn't have to pay out the ___ to get good seats. Fanbase is getting a lot better, more fanatics than families, so should be a good crowd. I have a lot of fun traveling and going to the games
     
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  7. WV2SoCalTitan

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    I like tickpick.com because they have no fees, pay what you see, plus you can usually get a $10 off promo. I've also gotten some great deals on ebay, I paid $40 for a first row seat just in front of the luxury suites. That was in San Diego, so not too many fans bidding against me. Scalpers can offer good deals to, if you wait til kickoff and they have no one left to sell to.

    Chargers are coming to Nashville so that's probably the cheapest ticket this year, Bucs game should be cheap as well.
     
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  8. VondyP

    VondyP Undisputed 2QBeaver Champion

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    Last year the philly and NE games were near impossible to get tix for. Or if you did buy 2nd hand the prices were outrageous.

    If you are trying to go to any big-name team, they will sell out. Just glancing over the opponents for this year I think the Chiefs/Saints/Chargers games will all be high priced if you dont get tickets off the rip. The saints game is supposedly a MNF game as well so that one will be even more expensive. For reference, nosebleeds vs the Pats last year were $300ish in the reseller market leading up to the game.

    I just use the ticketmaster reseller program so that I know they are legit tickets, but I've had success with vividseats. I'm not sure one is really gonna be cheaper than the other though.
     
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  9. dtm586

    dtm586 The Master Jedi

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    Haven't heard of vividseats but ill take a look at everyone's 2nd party recommendations just to be sure

    Thanks for the info - this all helps and everyone else input. If the Saints game truly is a MNF I miswell try for that - go big - but not planning on going until Oct-Nov so has to be in that time frame , guess Ill find out soon here 5 pm
     
  10. Gut

    Gut Pro Bowler

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    I'm a bit of a snob in that...if I am going to a game, I'm GOING to the game. I'll save up for seats between the 45's roughly 10-15 rows off the field. I see the Titans more often out of Ten since I live in NY but I do travel to Ten sometimes. Went to the first game in Tenn and the first game in Nashville at the current stadium.

    My suggestion, get the schedule, see what works for you time -wise and budget-wise and go from there. I do check everywhere for tickets...ticketmaster, vividseats, any ticket seller that guarantees the tix I'll check out to see what's cheapest.

    As some have mentioned, the bigger the game, the bigger the cost...which also means purchase earlier...IMO. No one's gonna give us a ton of love to win the division so tickets will be cheaper now than if the Titans have a winning record and it looks like a huge game.

    Definitely try to hook up with people here and get all the advice you can in terms of where to stay, transportation...anyone partying the night before, tailgating, etc.

    Great time to be had!!! Have a beer for me!!!
     
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