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06-23-2014, 03:52 PM
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preseason tickets

Hi all,

planning on checking out the sept. 24th preseason game. Hoping to buy Lu a beer Anyway, what's the best way to get 2 tickets to this?

Stubhub has a couple now, i'm assuming there will be more showing up as time goes by. Is there a better way? Would love to get my hands on hard tickets for this, but now i'm being picky...

Thanks!

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There's a misconception that for every Panthers game there are 10,000 empty seats and you can get from row tickets for 10 bucks. While not true for regular season games, it is true for preseason games. There won't be more than a couple thousand people and you'll get good seats cheap. Have a good time.


If you want to avoid paying for parking, park at Sawgrass Mills across the street, it's free and only a 5-10 minutes walk.

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There's a misconception that for every Panthers game there are 10,000 empty seats and you can get from row tickets for 10 bucks. While not true for regular season games, it is true for preseason games. There won't be more than a couple thousand people and you'll get good seats cheap. Have a good time.


If you want to avoid paying for parking, park at Sawgrass Mills across the street, it's free and only a 5-10 minutes walk.
Agree with everything posted here. Especially the parking park.

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I'm totally up for free parking

Will there be scalpers for a pre-season game?

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Dude, you won't have a problem getting preseason tickets. I think I got tickets last year on stubhub for like $2.

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Dude, you won't have a problem getting preseason tickets. I think I got tickets last year on stubhub for like $2.
Yeah I went to a preseason game last year vs Tampa. I sat just behind the visitors bench for 7 bucks a ticket or something like that.

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Stop worrying about it and go to stub hub an hour before you leave. You will have your pick of $5-10 seats in the lower bowl. It's going to cost you more to park then it will to get in the arena.

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