10 Aug 2005
Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse as a Redskins fan, Off Wing Opinion points us to this story from the Washington Times:
"The Washington Redskins are revoking season tickets belonging to fans caught selling them for profit on the Internet auction site EBay. Redskins Vice President Karl Swanson yesterday confirmed the club's policy of canceling the season tickets of fans who sell any tickets for more than face value, a common practice for getting rid of unwanted seats."
If the Redskins were to make a to-do list, I'm guessing rampant ticket scalping is right up there with answering fan complaints about exorbitant beer prices. Instead of alienating fans, maybe they should worry about things like, you know, winning football games.
13 comments, Last at 12 Aug 2005, 7:48am by Stiller Fan in Cle
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