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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2018-03-11, 20:41

By-Tor wrote:$200 is the get in price on stubhub just for the night session on Friday. Pass.

Wow, I had pulled up a pair at $168/each in Row G, behind the hoop, 100 level. Gone like the wind. I wasn't about to buy them but seemed like a decent deal.
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2018-03-11, 20:42

Travis of the Cosmos wrote:How much were they at the palace a couple years ago? I only know I was there for all six games and I couldn’t have paid more than like $100

I paid like $60 for Friday for 2 and I think even less for Sunday.
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Post by Cameron on 2018-03-11, 21:05

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Really?

Maybe. I don't know. Are they up north?

South of the bridge, so no, they're not up north.
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-11, 21:07

Is the play to watch Friday’s game at a bar/Home then go all out for Sunday’s game?
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Post by Cameron on 2018-03-11, 21:14

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Is the play to watch Friday’s game at a bar/Home then go all out for Sunday’s game?

If you're going, go Friday. Or both days. Or none. We don't know your budget man.
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2018-03-11, 21:15

I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.
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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-11, 21:16

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.
Also offer to have sex with them
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-11, 22:07

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.

It doesn’t matter if cheaper or not, but you can pocket the $150,$200 and splurge on Sunday. Probably will be a better game.
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Post by Turtleneck on 2018-03-11, 22:10

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WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.
Also offer to have sex with them

That will make them happy and then the world will love again.

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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 00:45

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.

Who knows someone that donates 50k?
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Post by NigelUno on 2018-03-12, 08:43

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Is the play to watch Friday’s game at a bar/Home then go all out for Sunday’s game?

Far away schools who might have extras...

1. Call the Cal State Fullerton ticket office.
2. Root for Arizona State in the play in game, and then call their ticket office if they win.
3. You could try Bucknell's office today.

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Post by By-Tor on 2018-03-12, 10:26

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WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:I doubt tickets will be much cheaper for Sunday to be honest. I'd say the play is to watch CL/SH/Seatgeek and reach out to any donor contacts you have to let them know if they have extras you are interested.

It doesn’t matter if cheaper or not, but you can pocket the $150,$200 and splurge on Sunday. Probably will be a better game.
Dont forget that on Sunday you will be battling Purdue fans for the same ticket. And possibly Butler. A Purdue/Butler game will attract the Jimmy Chitwoods north.
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Post by Tim Wakefield on 2018-03-12, 10:55

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Is the play to watch Friday’s game at a bar/Home then go all out for Sunday’s game?

You'll run up a huge bar tab anyway. Put that money towards a ticket/pregame hard

OR come to GR Friday night, steel neal is getting a hotel room downtown and we're gonna go out
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 11:00

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It doesn’t matter if cheaper or not, but you can pocket the $150,$200 and splurge on Sunday. Probably will be a better game.
Dont forget that on Sunday you will be battling Purdue fans for the same ticket. And possibly Butler. A Purdue/Butler game will attract the Jimmy Chitwoods north.

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.
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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-12, 11:04

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By-Tor wrote:
Dont forget that on Sunday you will be battling Purdue fans for the same ticket.  And possibly Butler.   A Purdue/Butler game will attract the Jimmy Chitwoods north.

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2018-03-12, 11:08

OTPT just make your own media credential and sneak in. It's not that hard, I know someone who did it.
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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2018-03-12, 11:11

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:OTPT just make your own media credential and sneak in. It's not that hard, I know someone who did it.



This guy?
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 11:17

Watch Out Pylon! wrote:
WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:OTPT just make your own media credential and sneak in. It's not that hard, I know someone who did it.



This guy?

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Post by NigelUno on 2018-03-12, 11:20

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By-Tor wrote: Dont forget that on Sunday you will be battling Purdue fans for the same ticket. And possibly Butler. A Purdue/Butler game will attract the Jimmy Chitwoods north.

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.

Write this down:

Get a cheap ticket for Session 1. You can do it now for $50 or wait it out and buy one outside the arena on Friday. I'd wait and get it on Friday.

Then when Fullerton loses the first game, go to the Fullerton section and buy someone's tickets for Session 2 and 3. They are going to want to dump them.

Gold, OTPT. Gold.

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Post by LooseGoose on 2018-03-12, 11:25

Go to loading dock C. Ask for SalG. Tell him the Goose sent you. Profit.
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2018-03-12, 11:30

I'm gonna watch the game no matter where they play it.

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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-12, 11:33

Robert J Sakimano wrote:I'm gonna watch the game no matter where they play it.

They’re playing it in Detroit bob
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2018-03-12, 11:36

Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
Robert J Sakimano wrote:I'm gonna watch the game no matter where they play it.

They’re playing it in Detroit bob
awesome - that's a shorter drive to my TV.
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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2018-03-12, 11:42

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Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
They’re playing it in Detroit bob
awesome - that's a shorter drive to my TV.
The signal will get to your TV quicker than it will to mine. You'll know the outcome before the majority of the country does.
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 11:44

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Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.

Write this down:

Get a cheap ticket for Session 1. You can do it now for $50 or wait it out and buy one outside the arena on Friday. I'd wait and get it on Friday.

Then when Fullerton loses the first game, go to the Fullerton section and buy someone's tickets for Session 2 and 3. They are going to want to dump them.

Gold, OTPT. Gold.

I dig your style nigel but when I’m visiting friends i haven’t seen in a few months i can’t see the entire group willing to do this. I think the play will be call these ticket offices, keep an eye out on Sunday. At least Sunday on stubhub/seatgeek they are under 200
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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-12, 11:46

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:
NigelUno wrote:

Write this down:

Get a cheap ticket for Session 1.  You can do it now for $50 or wait it out and buy one outside the arena on Friday.  I'd wait and get it on Friday.

Then when Fullerton loses the first game, go to the Fullerton section and buy someone's tickets for Session 2 and 3.  They are going to want to dump them.  

Gold, OTPT.  Gold.  

I dig your style nigel but when I’m visiting friends i haven’t seen in a few months i can’t see the entire group willing to do this. I think the play will be call these ticket offices, keep an eye out on Sunday. At least Sunday on stubhub/seatgeek they are under 200
Are you sure? I mean, you’re only going to have so many opportunities to take advantage of the swath of Fullerton fans expected to make the trip who will be so detracted by their team not fulfilling their extremely high expectations, instead crashing out in the first round that they are willing to give their tickets away for free. After all, they can’t wait to explore the rest of Detroit and really just need someone to take the burden off of them.
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2018-03-12, 11:48

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Robert J Sakimano wrote:awesome - that's a shorter drive to my TV.
The signal will get to your TV quicker than it will to mine. You'll know the outcome before the majority of the country does.
don't worry - I don't have Snapface or anything like that so I won't leak out the results before the rest of the country knows about them.

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Post by By-Tor on 2018-03-12, 12:10

NigelUno wrote:
Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.

Write this down:

Get a cheap ticket for Session 1. You can do it now for $50 or wait it out and buy one outside the arena on Friday. I'd wait and get it on Friday.

Then when Fullerton loses the first game, go to the Fullerton section and buy someone's tickets for Session 2 and 3. They are going to want to dump them.

Gold, OTPT. Gold.
I think this is good strategy to use with Butler fans if they lose. Cal State will have less than 100 people in attendance and that includes the staff and administrators.
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Post by Nordic on 2018-03-12, 12:49

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By-Tor wrote: Dont forget that on Sunday you will be battling Purdue fans for the same ticket. And possibly Butler. A Purdue/Butler game will attract the Jimmy Chitwoods north.

Still doesn’t change the fact that paying $200 to get in the door to watch us blowout bucknell is probably not worth it. Sunday could be.

Did you book the trip thinking we we're playing Duke?
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Post by Nordic on 2018-03-12, 12:52

Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
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I dig your style nigel but when I’m visiting friends i haven’t seen in a few months i can’t see the entire group willing to do this. I think the play will be call these ticket offices, keep an eye out on Sunday. At least Sunday on stubhub/seatgeek they are under 200
Are you sure? I mean, you’re only going to have so many opportunities to take advantage of the swath of Fullerton fans expected to make the trip who will be so detracted by their team not fulfilling their extremely high expectations, instead crashing out in the first round that they are willing to give their tickets away for free. After all, they can’t wait to explore the rest of Detroit and really just need someone to take the burden off of them.

What if Fullerton wins?
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Post by LooseGoose on 2018-03-12, 12:59

Before No. 3-seed Michigan State takes on No. 14-seed Bucknell, MSU fans will get a chance to see inside their team's preparation.

The Spartans will have an open practice beginning at 3:25 p.m. ET Thursday at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. Fans can attend the open practice, which runs until 4:05 p.m. ET, for free.
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Post by NigelUno on 2018-03-12, 13:00

Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
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I dig your style nigel but when I’m visiting friends i haven’t seen in a few months i can’t see the entire group willing to do this. I think the play will be call these ticket offices, keep an eye out on Sunday. At least Sunday on stubhub/seatgeek they are under 200
Are you sure? I mean, you’re only going to have so many opportunities to take advantage of the swath of Fullerton fans expected to make the trip who will be so detracted by their team not fulfilling their extremely high expectations, instead crashing out in the first round that they are willing to give their tickets away for free. After all, they can’t wait to explore the rest of Detroit and really just need someone to take the burden off of them.

If Fullerton doesn't use all their tickets, he can buy them from their ticket office.

I kind of doubt their fans are going to go to Session 2 and 3, if they lose the first game on Friday. That's kind of how it works at NCAA sites...teams lose and fans sell their tickets. I think OTPT used this strategy before.

Thanks for your insight though.

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Post by NigelUno on 2018-03-12, 13:05

By-Tor wrote:
NigelUno wrote:

Write this down:

Get a cheap ticket for Session 1. You can do it now for $50 or wait it out and buy one outside the arena on Friday. I'd wait and get it on Friday.

Then when Fullerton loses the first game, go to the Fullerton section and buy someone's tickets for Session 2 and 3. They are going to want to dump them.

Gold, OTPT. Gold.
I think this is good strategy to use with Butler fans if they lose. Cal State will have less than 100 people in attendance and that includes the staff and administrators.

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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 13:09

I got tix through the duke ticket office before. Think it was Lucas oil sweet 16. Left a voicemail for the cal state TO.

$200 for one Friday session is asinine.
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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-12, 13:26

NigelUno wrote:
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Are you sure? I mean, you’re only going to have so many opportunities to take advantage of the swath of Fullerton fans expected to make the trip who will be so detracted by their team not fulfilling their extremely high expectations, instead crashing out in the first round that they are willing to give their tickets away for free. After all, they can’t wait to explore the rest of Detroit and really just need someone to take the burden off of them.

If Fullerton doesn't use all their tickets, he can buy them from their ticket office.

I kind of doubt their fans are going to go to Session 2 and 3, if they lose the first game on Friday.  That's kind of how it works at NCAA sites...teams lose and fans sell their tickets.  I think OTPT used this strategy before.  

Thanks for your insight though.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2018-03-12, 13:50

Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
NigelUno wrote:

If Fullerton doesn't use all their tickets, he can buy them from their ticket office.

I kind of doubt their fans are going to go to Session 2 and 3, if they lose the first game on Friday.  That's kind of how it works at NCAA sites...teams lose and fans sell their tickets.  I think OTPT used this strategy before.  

Thanks for your insight though.
Settle down Nigel I was just joking around. It’ll be ok

It pains me to see you in all these confrontations.

Know that your friends are all here with you as you work through your anger issues.

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Post by Travis of the Cosmos on 2018-03-12, 14:06

LooseGoose wrote:
Travis of the Cosmos wrote:
Settle down Nigel I was just joking around. It’ll be ok

It pains me to see you in all these confrontations.  

Know that your friends are all here with you as you work through your anger issues.

Once you get straightened out your future is very bright indeed my friend.
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2018-03-12, 14:14

Guys no fighting find me tickets
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Post by tGreenWay on 2018-03-12, 14:19

It’s not a popular opinion, but I maintain we are still a lock for Detroit.
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