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    My dad ordered tickets for the Rams/Vikings game in July and they said they would be shipped August 1st and we still haven't gotten them. We're from Kansas City. Are any Rams fans still waiting for there tix too?

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  • general counsel
    rams vikings tickets ROW 1
    by general counsel
    for any rams fans in minnesota, there is a guy on ebay with perfect feedback that is selling 7 seats (in pairs or up to all 7) rams vikings preseason tix in row 1 on about the goal line to the 10 yard line on the visitors side of the field for 40 each. preseason or not, thats a heck of a deal for a chance to get that close to the squad. selllers name on ebay is raaraae.

    ramming speed to all, hope someone can use the tix tip

    general counsel
    -06-27-2007, 08:44 PM
  • RamsInfiniti
    Tickets that must be sold ...
    by RamsInfiniti
    Here's what I have, all in 440, EE, 50 yard line, four in a row on the aisle ...

    (4) for Chiefs
    (4) for Packers
    (4) for Vikings
    (4) for Colts

    I will be out of the country for all of those games ...

    (2) for all other home games

    PM if interested ...
    -08-25-2009, 12:29 PM
  • NFLTopGun
    Rams-Ravens tickets
    by NFLTopGun
    Hey Rams' fans. I have Rams-Ravens preseason tickets available for over 50% off the face value. Here's what I have:

    Section 137, 12th row, 3 tickets. Face value is $99 each. Selling for $45 each.
    Section 125, 4th row, 3 tickets. Aisle seat. Face value is $77 each. Selling for $35 each.

    I live in West County of STL, so I can meet. Or I can mail the tickets if you're out of state. I believe Rams has a website where I can transfer tickets to you if you prefer to do it that way. Let me know if interested.

    You can contact me here or email me at [email protected].

    GO RAMS!
    -08-15-2013, 05:48 AM
  • AvengerRam_old
    Mike Tice: "Who needs two?!!?!"
    by AvengerRam_old

    Minnesota head coach Mike Tice is being investigated by the NFL for allegedly heading up and profiting from a Super Bowl ticket-scalping operation within the Vikings organization, a violation of NFL rules that league sources say has been going on for years.
    Two investigators from the league's security staff, Larry Sweeney and John Keenan, were in the Twin Cities on Tuesday, questioning Tice in his office and speaking with Vikings running backs coach Dean Dalton, as well as other club personnel. The pair left the team complex in the afternoon to meet with the team's director of ticket sales, Phil Huebner, at the Metrodome, where Minnesota's ticket operations are headquartered.

    The league requires all players, coaches, and club personnel who buy Super Bowl tickets to sign a release stating they will not re-sell them at a profit. Still, the practice of scalping Super Bowl tickets is widespread within the league and is an open secret in many NFL locker rooms. Yet the practice in Minnesota is unique, league sources say, because it has been orchestrated by the head coach. And, according to people familiar with the scalping operation, Tice began facilitating the reselling of Super Bowl tickets long before becoming the Vikings' head coach in January 2002. Tice coached Minnesota's tight ends and then offensive line beginning in 1996.

    "This started when [Tice] wasn't the figure he is now," said one team source. "I can't believe how rampant it's been. Stuff like this has gone on a long time. There's a pretty good amount of people involved. There could be a lot of people affected by this, not just in the NFL's view, but with the IRS as well."

    Tice acknowledged to that he met with league security officials Tuesday at the team complex, but said he told them he had nothing to do with the re-selling of players' tickets.

    "They were in here talking to me and others about how we deal with our Super Bowl tickets, and how they're distributed,'' Tice said. "I'm confident when the league finishes looking at this, everything will come out fine. It's a shame assumptions are being made about my role in this. I did not approach any player about Super Bowl tickets as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings.''

    However, in mid-January, after the Vikings were eliminated by the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC divisional playoffs, a team source said Tice organized the re-selling of Super Bowl tickets for players and club employees. (Each NFL player has the right to buy two Super Bowl tickets at face value, which this year was $500 and $600 depending on the location of the seat). Those who gave their tickets to Tice received $1,900, a mark-up of at least $1,300 per ticket, sources said. Last season, individuals brokering tickets through Tice received $1,100 per ticket, a former Vikings player said.

    "Tice has been turning around tickets...
    -03-09-2005, 07:52 PM
  • AvengerRam_old
    Jaguars @ Rams: Tickets Still Available
    by AvengerRam_old
    Want to watch the Rams play the Jaguars in Week 5 with your fellow Clan members?

    Its not too late!

    We still have tickets remaining in our block.

    Join us!
    -08-27-2013, 10:04 AM