Who is renewing their tickets?

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VolBricks

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I quit buying season tickets 4 years ago. Until the university (and its big money boosters) put a winning team on the sideline and on the field I will buy my tickets off the streets for the few games a season that I go to. This is not a "political" statement I just choose not to spend my hard earned money on other vices (like whiskey, it makes the losses easier to withstand).
 
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I've been a season ticket holder for 35 years. I will not renew this year. Not because I don't still love the Vols, not because I have no confidence in the team, not because of the price. Because the mask policy will likely still be in place. Not gonna spend 3 hours outside on a sunny afternoon wearing a mask.
 
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I’m on the fence about renewing this year. How does everyone else feel? Will we have a normal season?
I typically buy 4 seats and sell a pair for a few games. Will I actually be able to sell them? So many questions for the 2021 season.
I'm renewing my pair and plan on buying 4 extra to a couple of games.
 
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I’m on the fence about renewing this year. How does everyone else feel? Will we have a normal season?
I typically buy 4 seats and sell a pair for a few games. Will I actually be able to sell them? So many questions for the 2021 season.
I would think most people just rolled 'em over from last year.
 
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I've been a season ticket holder for 35 years. I will not renew this year. Not because I don't still love the Vols, not because I have no confidence in the team, not because of the price. Because the mask policy will likely still be in place. Not gonna spend 3 hours outside on a sunny afternoon wearing a mask.
The only time a mask was required in 2020 was when not at your seat. And they weren't total Karens about it. Most games I didn't have a mask on as I exited the stadium after the game and no one ever said a word.
 
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Blessed be the little children all full of blind faith knowing not what they do.
and the people all said...Go Vols!
I certainly understand your perspective and know many, many others with that perspective. I am fully aware of what is going on and the state of the program. But my 64 years of following UT is loyalty and not blind faith.
 
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