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Old 08-21-2012   #1
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Default Parking Policy

So, how did everyone like being asked for game tickets in order to enter their assigned lot with a valid parking pass?

Me? It just pissed me off.


One- My tickets were in the trunk with the rest of my gear (where they have been for 11 seasons now). Along with my jersey and my cooler, I felt no need to have them handy when I drove in.

Two - My parking pass is a license to park in my assigned spot for the duration of the game.

It's not implied, it's explicit. It doesn't entitle me to enter the stadium, but it damn well entitles me to park in the spot I'm paying $45/game for. I have to show tickets for everyone in the vehicle, or a tailgating pass? Really? How was my car supposed to get to that paid space...teleport?
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