In 1966, both my father and my father-in-law invested in season tickets for the new team in town: Atlanta Falcons. Tuesday, it was my turn, yet the stakes are much higher now.
Now, two stadiums later, one has to buy a Personal Seat License for the opportunity to then buy tickets, which are 2.5 times more expensive than they are this year.
Call me crazy, but I’ve invested nearly 50 years as a fan in this franchise and this new stadium is awesome, even if the team isn’t – yet. I’m convinced it’s going to pay off soon. I bought two.