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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    I can't beleive the blackout rule applies to preseason games?!


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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    Just found out yesterday that the preseason ticket prices are the SAME PRICE as regular season.

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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    It will be televised here in Massachusetts, 8pm est.


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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel View Post
    the price of preseason football tix is a joke. Its clearly not the same product, why should fans be expected to pay the same money?
    I could not agree more GC. The whole preseason thing is rediculous with blackouts and outrageous ticket prices for "exhibition" games. It always pissed me off that when I bought season tickets in Anaheim, I was forced to pay for the preseason games too.

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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    The game should still be on the internet. A lot of those players have a CBS channel thats up all the time, so since it's being broadcasted nationally I would imagine one of these stations would be getting the rams game. YOu may have to download a few different players to find it though.

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    Re: No Show: Local TV viewers won't see Rams preseason opener

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel View Post
    the price of preseason football tix is a joke. Its clearly not the same product, why should fans be expected to pay the same money?

    That being said, this is yet another example that the rams are going to have to win to draw with the elite in the nfl. Its not the packers, giants, chiefs, redskins etc. The rams are an awful long way from having a ten year waiting list for season tickets.

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    thats a great point GC,if you can only attend a couple of games a season,are you going to pay full price to watch 2nd and 3rd stringers play,I doubt it.preseason tickets
    $20,thats it.

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