Tical21 wrote:Off-topic, is there any way to predict the days and times of the playoff games?
Sort of. The Championship games are always both on Sunday. If one is on the West Coast, it's quite likely that the later game is the one played out West, because of the time zone situation.
The Divisional round typically has an afternoon Saturday game, an evening Saturday game, an early Sunday game, and an afternoon Sunday game. Again, the West Coast games have to be any of the three later games i.e. they won't kick off in Seattle at 10 AM Pacific.
Wild Card round has the same structure as the Divisional, but that doesn't really matter, as the Seahawks aren't going to be playing in the Wild Card round...
SeaTown81 wrote:It was only LAST YEAR that I had to give away a ticket to the AZ game. LAST YEAR. A friend bailed at the last minute. I stood outside Safeco trying to sell it for $10 by the end of my trying to get something for it on the street. Ended up giving it to a bartender at Temple.
I feel your pain. I've had season tickets since 1998 and on numerous occasions have walked into the stadium with an extra ticket or two, rather than sell them to scalpers for $5 or $10, as I couldn't find any actual buyers... I had a few games last year where I ended up inviting people last minute because other people couldn't make it... which is kind of amazing, all things considered.