I assume this is a early indication of what kind of crowd might be allowed for the Georgia-Virginia game, should it still go off.
The devil’s in the details, of course.
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Only 10-20,000 people there – how will anyone notice the difference between now and all the prior Falcons’ seasons (other than the masks)???
(sorry had to get fruit hanging this low…)
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I knew somebody would. 😉
Will MB stadium allow Saints fans in should they opt for the “who dat” bag look….
I’ve seen Saints fans sans bag. That brown paper is a blessing and public service.
Liquor/beer/wine brown bagging is working, cause baby production is thriving…no matter the relative objections
We used to sell them at Falcon-Saints games going back to old Fulton County stadium (season ticket holder since inception I was a kid and took over dads seats – until I gave them up when they moved to the benz. I refuse to pay the high costs to get seats comparable to what we had at the stadium and dome). I have a million stories……
“Paper bags for who saints fans ! $5 each or 3 for $10. Get ’em while they’re hot !” We’d stop at Kroger and get a handful of bags, then draw frowny faces on them to take to the stadium.
Boy that really pissed off the saints fans……
Based on previous experience entering MBS…. best to line up now.
I thought Masks solved most everything if you can’t be 6 feet apart. I guess not so much.
Your schtick is tiresome.
I have a 100 questions. But I guess we’ll just see how it plays out.
Rest assured, everything’s fine. We’re still planning on a full schedule with full stadiums.
Does this mean the $250 per ticket price is going to $600 each on the secondary market? Asking for a friend;-)
BTW, my bet is the Dawgs don’t play in the CFA opener even if there is one.
#AtlUtd has been selling out the Benz. They will miss those seats.
“... Shoot, why does anybody who’s ever won something do it again? Because it’s cool. So, let’s go do it again. Let’s see if we’ve got what it takes.” -- Stetson Bennett, The Athletic, 3/22/22
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