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    I hope somebody can help me.I live in PA.and would like to vacation in St Louis,obviously to catch a home game.I always see the the Rams when there close to me either in NY or Philly & Pitt,but it is my dream to see them in the TWdome,I've seen them in Anaheim and also been to the LA Coloseum.It would be nice to see them home against the 49rs because thats my wifes team,but any home game would be great.I am already going to the season opener in Philly,but the crowd really gets nasty.It would be really nice to see the boys in friendly enviroment.Anyone who could help please post or e-mail me,you may make a friend for life. thanx

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  • sarmcl
    I come in peace.....
    by sarmcl
    Hello Rams fans

    Some friends and I were thinking about coming to St Louis for the Browns game October 28th. I was hoping you could help me out.

    Do you have any recommendations of hotels near the arena? I would prefer something within walking distance

    Also--as far as tickets go. Does the team put single game tickets on sale? Or am I going to have to go through a scalper or Ebay.

    Thanks in advance and good luck in the upcoming season
    -04-11-2007, 11:03 AM
  • RamFan_Til_I_Die
    What will it take to get RAMS fans to go to home games?
    by RamFan_Til_I_Die
    The team went 11-5 last season and made the playoffs. They just spanked the Faiders on the road. They are predicted by many to go to the Super Bowl this year.

    Yet somehow tickets for tomorrow's home opener are selling for less than EIGHT DOLLARS on Stubhub! WHAT IN THE WORLD?!?! If you look at every Rams home game, with the exception of the Packers game (which will be just like a Packers home game btw) the tickets for every game are selling for below face value.

    I really don't get it. I understand tens of thousands of tickets were bought by investors, but they are reselling them for so cheap, if you live in L.A., why would you not go?

    And if people won't go at these prices, what is going to happen when the face value of tickets more than doubles at the new stadium?
    -09-15-2018, 05:35 PM
  • MoonJoe
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    by MoonJoe
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    July 12th, 2016

    Sam Farmer

    The Rams will inform fans Tuesday that they have completed their season-ticket sales process for this fall and now will turn their attention to distributing a limited number of single-game tickets.

    After getting approval from the NFL to move from St. Louis to Los Angeles, the club spent two weeks collecting $100 deposits from people interested in buying season tickets for 2016. Each deposit holder was permitted to buy as many as eight season tickets.

    Those deposit holders were contacted in waves on a first-come, first-served basis, and roughly 24,000 of them bought the entire allotment of 70,000 tickets. By the time the franchise got through the first six hours of deposits, the season tickets were gone.

    The Rams will play their next three seasons of home games at the Coliseum while their $2.6-billion stadium in Inglewood is being constructed.

    “To sell out of season tickets in the first six hours upon our return to Los Angeles is both humbling and a reminder of how excited Angelinos are about the return of the Rams and the NFL,” Kevin Demoff, Rams chief operating officer, said in an email to The Times. “As both Los Angeles’ first pro sports team and its newest sports team, the bond between this team and the community is evident and strengthening each day.” This week, the Rams will begin selling single-game tickets, making those available first to the deposit holders on the list who have yet to be contacted, again in the order they placed their deposits earlier this year.

    Jake Bye, Rams vice president overseeing ticket sales, said “a very limited number” of single-game tickets will be released to the general public on July 28.

    “At the outset, we were committed to providing the opportunity for all of our initial deposit owners to purchase a ticket to a Rams game, working to ensure the tickets ended up in the hands of Rams fans, and creating the best home-field advantage in the NFL this fall,” Bye wrote in an email that will be sent to deposit holders.

    The team will stage a Fan Fest on Aug. 6 as an opportunity for Rams fans — particularly those who didn’t get the chance to buy a game ticket — to watch an open practice at the Coliseum and see the team live. The Rams said more details on that event will be released later this month, but that the event will be free....
    -07-13-2016, 06:57 AM
  • bruce4life
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    by bruce4life
    I put down my $100 deposit to reserve a spot for season tickets but have yet to.receive an update on when the actual date will be for the season seats to be sold

    Does anyone have an update on this?
    -05-10-2016, 04:14 PM
  • Tony Banks
    Rams Season Tickets
    by Tony Banks
    I just paid off my season tickets for this season! Lets go Rams 2008!!!

    -03-14-2008, 08:21 AM