Wednesday ticket exchange

My apologies for forgetting and leaving this feature on the back burner until this morning.  Anyway, here it is for this week and Vanderbilt.  Lay out your needs in the comments.

Also, while we’re talking about buying game related items, I have a personal request.  For some reason, my group is finding it much harder than usual to buy parking passes for the Cocktail Party.  Does anyone know if there’s a general problem and what that might be, along with some suggestions about where to find some passes?  TIA.


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20 responses to “Wednesday ticket exchange

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    Looks like ticket prices are coming down fast for Vandy. Hotels were the problem for our last minute trip, but that opened up yesterday too. So we’ll be there doing our part for a red out.

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    • stoopnagle

      hotels looked ridiculous – Nashville getting all that attention from brides to be has really fucked up this trip.

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      • Pilgrimage is also happening in Franklin this weekend. That’s going to have some effect on Nashville hotels as well.


      • W Cobb Dawg

        Not sure if you do the credit card points thing, but Hyatt @ Vandy was a flat rate of 12,000 pr nt – a very good deal. If u have ultimate points they can be transferred to Hyatt. Free breakfast too.


  2. Castleberry

    Got a pair in section R. Row 71, 25 & 26. Paypal or Venmo. Face is $95. Make offer. This will be my first time missing Vandy since the Ray Drew incident. Hoping to send my pair up with a DGD. In all day meeting so may be a touch slow.


  3. I used ParkWiz last time I went to the WLOCP. Granted, that was 2012, but it worked like a charm. I think I paid around $40 for parking off Talleyrand on Swift Street, east of the stadium. I think it was 1816 Swift St, Jacksonville, FL 32202. It was a grassy lot with about 10-15 GA and FL RV’s mixed in, and we had a good tailgate there with some UGA fans we didn’t know. Easy in that morning around 9-10a, easy out after post-game partying because the Gator fans departed many hours before Dawg fans.


    • Remember the Quincy

      I used ParkWhiz for the Clemson game and it was great. I just checked it out for the Cocktail Party and see a few options for less than $60 fairly close by.


  4. practicaldawg

    Should be plenty of tickets and parking in Jacksonville. I doubt UF fans will even care to show up since it’s a forgone conclusion that they will win easily after losing to Alabama better than they lost last year.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      FU’s goal is to lose the game. If it’s close, it’s a moral victory. If it’s a blowout, like Oky in the bowl game, it’s because of players opting out or being injured.


  5. G. Parker swift

    Senator, according to UGA ticket office, physical parking passes being mailed to eligible Hartman fund donors the first week of October. Imagine you will begin seeing some availability on secondary exchanges soon, thereafter.


  6. uga97

    Grantham’s parking spot should be open. .he never shows up.

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  7. coachemup78

    ISO 4 tix for Vandy game.

    Looking to take 2 kids to first Dawg game. Finding 4 is likely a longshot.

    Assuming I can’t get them quickly enough here, any ideas what buying 4 outside stadium of game day will cost?


    • ugafidelis

      My cousin waits until about kick off time and then offers the seller next to nothing. And they usually take her offer because they know that in about 10 minutes they’re just going to be holding worthless pieces of paper.

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  8. Briggy1981

    I’ve always used Tailgaters Parking for GA/FL.
    If they have parking available, you can get your passes at


  9. whendawgsfly

    Can’t make the Vandy game this week but looking to take my wife to the Arkansas game. Will be the first time she’s been up for a game in 15 years. Anybody got two? Any suggestions on best places to sit for a noon game?

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