I agree with "tech-savvy." I was out of the country during the
basketball on-line renewal and missed out on the new lower bowl seats forever,
as they are lifelong seats. I should have had someone do it for me, but I
forgot. My fault? Yes. Would they make an exception for me? No. I donated $10k
to the atheletic department last year and have traveled to several home and away
games a year for the last 10 years. But even I know when I'm not wanted. I
will enjoy future games from my home.
Lifelong Republican - It was kind of funny.... But hey, at least
you don't have to donate 10k a year to get seats. Just Sayin'. I
think having to make an appointment online to get your tickets is far less
hassle than was staying all night to get in the lottery for stunt card seats
back in the day when I went there. But hey - we made an event of it back then,
and had lots of fun in the processes.The hassle of having to go to a
web site to buy something. What will they think of next to make us endure?
Yet the LOL "open minded mormon" chose to not only read the letter but
comment about a subject that "most of us could careless about..."Nice.
Shouldn't this tech-savvy 31-year-old's complaint be in the BYU
Universe, and not the Deseret News?Tell you what
"tech-savvy", Why don't you create a FaceBook page, or
Website for complaints like this...Most of us could careless about
BYU football, let alone the recent changes in their ticket policies...
Event ticketing, whether BYU football, the olympics or a vegas show, seems to
always have an air of corruption and chicanery about it.