Maybe the AD/SEC will stop pretending people are ok to see these kind of games.
I would have loved to attend the game. However, face value was $55. For me to go, that would be $110 on tickets. Then, I have to add $50 on gas and probably another $50 for food during the entire trip. Not worth spending $200 on a scrimmage.
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$45 face value. i couldn't give away 4 tickets, and the school was running specials that gave you free food and drink with tickets
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I attended, but decided to leave right after we got to 49-0 (kind of glad we didn't sit through another 1.5 quarters of no scoring).
With some legitimate exceptions, such as some mentioned above, people didn't go because they are lazy. They just want to go to "big" games. Think of all the great fans who would love to be able to go, but can't. Not don't want to, but can't for real reasons. Too many don't want to be engaged when Alabama has lost or may not have a good shot at a NC. They are hot stuff Bama fans until there is a slip up or adversity then they are all mouth. Just listen to a radio talk show last week. There are too many casual, good times fans out there. I wish they would latch on to another team with their wishy washy allegiance, maybe dust off the orange side of their closet.
And yes, I was there yesterday.
I mean...how much money do some of you people spend on this? I'm a diehard fan and alum, but geez.
I often wonder how many of the people who complain were actually there... I was and I also will say.
there were tix for sale as cheap as $5 outside.
so finance should not be a big concern if you really wanted to see " your" Tide play.
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