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    PSL - Superbowl tix question



    Say I've got two Ravens PSLs. Then the Ravens go to the Superbowl. I'm put into a lottery to get Superbowl tickets.

    Is there any chance I wind up with only one ticket? Or will I get either two or zero?

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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Each lottery selection is for the opportunity to purchase 2 (and only 2) tickets.

    I hope we get this opportunity soon.
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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Cool thanks. Mods you can lock or delete this thread as you see appropriate.

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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    We are not going to the Super Bowl for years




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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    I think somebody is looking to make a sale.




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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    If I remember correctly, & if I'm wrong correct me, but wasn't the lottery weighted more to favor Suite/Club Level ticket holders vs' the regular ticket holder? Sort of like the only esculators in the stadium are between club levels. As just a regular guy owning 2 PSL's in the upper deck, IMO all ticket holders should have the same chance to win in this lottery, regardless of where your tickets are.


    My youngest son Kyle w/ Michael Phelps after the Browms game 12/24/11

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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    I think its a class system, for lack of a better term.

    Meaning, the priority goes to club level, then LL, then LL end zone, then UL .... you get the point.
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  8. Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    yes I think you get one "entry" for each psl seat you own, but if you are in club level you get 2 entrys for each psl seat you own.

    Im not sure but it might not be based on actual seats owned either. Might just be individual. (like if you own 5 seats under one name you get one entry, but if you have 5 seats under 5 different names you get 5 entries)
    Season ticket holder since 1996 Section 148 Tailgate Lot H
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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Why are we even worrying about this? Raven Lisa has it right. We aren't going to the Super Bowl for years.




  10. Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Thats the spirit! This is the NFL, parity and the cap make teams change very quickly. Just as the ravens can go from 13-3 to 4-12 in one year, a team like the browns have gone from 4-12 to a possible 10-6 and the playoffs.
    Season ticket holder since 1996 Section 148 Tailgate Lot H
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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenwoman View Post
    Why are we even worrying about this? Raven Lisa has it right. We aren't going to the Super Bowl for years.
    Agreed..




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    Re: PSL - Superbowl tix question

    Someone ought to cut and paste the original post to the Wikipedia entry for "optimist," even if meaner spirits may prefer "panglossian."

    BS




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