Tuesday, May 21, 2019

TUESDAY COMPLAINT: KANSAS CITY CHIEFS RIP-OFF BROKE-ASS FANBOYS!!!

The Mahomes hype has cost locals on the lower end of the pay-scale spectrum dearly. The upshot:

"The Kansas City Chiefs have eliminated a low price season ticket option. Yet another way they are alienating every day fans and preventing attendance."

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The Kansas City Chiefs are disregarding their fans with ticket changes

The Kansas City Chiefs had offered a great deal the past couple years called the Bud Light Game Day Pass. This pass allowed fans tickets to every home game (including preseason) for $200. If you bought two or more tickets, you were also given a $10 concession credit (total) at each game.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used this ticket the last two years and it came with a lot of limitations, for instance you can't sell or transfer the tickets so if you couldn't make it to the game no one can use the ticket at all

This year I bought season tickets...the cheap ones and it was $400 a ticket. Seems like a much better value considering I can resell it or give them to a friend if I'm not able to make it. I was mad at first but now I think it's actually a better deal

Anonymous said...

$400 per ticket? Are you insane?

Anonymous said...

$400 for the season ticket...so 10 games. $40 a game. Guess that was a little unclear

Anonymous said...

Most people didn’t know that when king Carl was here 55,000 of the seats were sold to corporations, leaving 25,000ish to individuals. I wonder how many still are corporate vs individual??

Anonymous said...

Should they have a free admission day like the zoo?

Common Sense said...

So you spend $400 on cheap junk seats you can barely see the uniform number on. As they say a fool and his money soon part company.

A sane person would have taken that money and bought a kickass big screen and sound system to enjoy all the games at home with.

Anonymous said...

$400 for 10 football games is worth it to me. Brings me together with friends I don't see too often and hang out and grill. Plus, the resale value leads to making money. True common sense would be buying 10 sets of season tickets because the resale value on the Sunday night game against the packers is $175 a ticket for the cheapest seat.

Sell that and the total is $225 for nine games total. Basically you can resell these tickets on the secondary market and end up making a few hundred bucks without going to a game

Anonymous said...


I wouldn't give two cents and free food to go to a chiefs game or any other NFL game.

Anonymous said...

^^^That's because you have zero friends, are broke, and stink like shit!

Anonymous said...

I couldn’t care less how much tickets go up. It’s not the price of the tickets that kills me. It all the money I spend on drugs and alcohol before, during and after the game. Plus lap dances and extracurricular services at the strip joints after the game. It’s expensive but well worth it.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who can afford tickets to the Chiefs is not poverty-stricken. They aren't checking the couch for loose change to buy their kids' lunches. If the Chiefs want to charge BIG BUCKS and then jack the prices even more, the fans can and will suck it up.