So a group of 4 of us had season tickets in the middle of the drought, like 09-16 or something. 1 guy moved away, one guy had a kid and F'd up his priorities and the third guy I honestly would not hang around with without the other two. Just a complete fool. We usualy meet up at our dear old Hammers once a year to tailgate away and laugh about old times though.
Last year there was no way I was missing the Pats playoff game and drove out solo because everyone else said it would be too cold (which it really wasn't if you were prepared) There was no way i'd miss it I found that I actually really enjoyed the experience. In fact in previous years I've made one or two solo late season/cheap ticket trips out as well. I get leave Rochetser later and listen to WGR, have wings at a bar, go to the game; able to concentrate fully and drive home with no Monday hangover. It was suprisingly enjoyable when I began doing this and the social interaction is always still there when surrounded by mafia. I'm getting older I guess.
This year i am thinking about getting a solo season up in the cheap seats. I'll probably only use it 4 times or so becuase I will still go to a couple games with groups. Thus my question. Har difficult will it be to unload a single ticket on the secondary market? By no means am I looking to profit or even break even, but can i expect to still sell? or am i gifiting it? (I know, depends on opponent/time).
Also anybody else ever do a solo season? Seems I'll be able to get one. Already talking to a ticket guy.
part of me is just screaming to be a season ticket holder again, it's a badge I always wore proudly