When the Saints Come Marching In

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Posted on July 30, 2007 10:34 AM in Sports
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Seahawks tickets went on sale this morning at 10am. I tried my best to get tickets to the Chicago Bears game in November, but to no avail. Then I moved over the the home opener against the Tampa Bay Bucs, but that didn't work either. The longer I took to find something, the more I noticed that the games' descriptions were being changed to read "standing room only."

Fearing that I might not end up with any good tickets at all, I took a shot at the game that will be played the weekend before my birthday, against the New Orleans Saints. I lucked out and managed to get two tickets way up in the nose-bleed section. However, that's a place of the stadium my fiancée and I have become quite familiar with (the fans up there are great, too), so I'm very happy I was able to get something before all the games sell out.

I can smell it in the air. Winter. Spring. Summer. Football.

Comments

jamie on August 01, 2007 at 2:10 PM:

Fall is the superior season for two reasons: football and Thanksgiving (food + football). The worst day of the year is the day after the Superbowl...no football for 8 months (the pro bowl is ridiculous and doesn't count). During the season (college and pro) I refuse to make any plans in the event I end up with a game ticket; and please try not to bother me on the weekends unless it's to ask if I want to come over and watch the game. Is it clear how much I like football?
Last season (my first season in SEA), I scored some tickets to the Oakland game (friend of mine plays for the Raiders--don't laugh and don't boo me please!). It snowed and snowed and snowed...not nice fluffy Utah snow either...icky sticky sleety Pacific coast snow. Fortunately, I WAS in the rafters and didn't get at all wet. The Raiders lost horribly, but I got to spend some time with my friend, so it worked out nicely. CANNOT wait for someone...ANYONE to kick off!

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