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whoyouare72whoyouare72 Chicago ILPosts: 1,657
I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
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  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 8,239
    I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
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  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522
    I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
    :rofl:
  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522
    I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
    All kidding aside, You don't have to transfer your +1 if they are walking in with you do you?
  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 9,262
    Ray J. T. said:
    I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
    All kidding aside, You don't have to transfer your +1 if they are walking in with you do you?


    No if you are entering together you can keep both tickets together on the ticket holder's phone.

    The question is, once inside what about the guest going to the bathroom or concession stand and then getting back to seats. Will they issue little paper seat location receipts like they do for credit card entry shows or do we have to show our phones to get back to our seats.

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  • SmallestOceansSmallestOceans Posts: 12,688
    edited February 2018
    :lol: Got my Fenway outfit all set.
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  • I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
    solid advice. thanks
  • sometimesicringesometimesicringe Vancouver, BCPosts: 55
    Poncier said:
    Ray J. T. said:
    I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
    All kidding aside, You don't have to transfer your +1 if they are walking in with you do you?


    No if you are entering together you can keep both tickets together on the ticket holder's phone.

    The question is, once inside what about the guest going to the bathroom or concession stand and then getting back to seats. Will they issue little paper seat location receipts like they do for credit card entry shows or do we have to show our phones to get back to our seats.


    I'm assuming a screenshot of the ticket sent to the other person should work once  it has been scanned and you are inside the venue?
    Anyone have any experience with other bands using a similar system?

  • Thanks PeteThanks Pete Kefalonia, GreecePosts: 565
    Poncier said:
    Ray J. T. said:
    I am not going to transfer my +1 ticket until right before we go in to Wrigley. That way if your +1 cannot make the show for whatever reason you can still transfer it to someone else at the last minute if you need to. Just some friendly advice I just thought of.
    All kidding aside, You don't have to transfer your +1 if they are walking in with you do you?


    No if you are entering together you can keep both tickets together on the ticket holder's phone.

    The question is, once inside what about the guest going to the bathroom or concession stand and then getting back to seats. Will they issue little paper seat location receipts like they do for credit card entry shows or do we have to show our phones to get back to our seats.


    I'm assuming a screenshot of the ticket sent to the other person should work once  it has been scanned and you are inside the venue?
    Anyone have any experience with other bands using a similar system?

    I hope there are paper slips for the people that will lose their cell or run out of battery 
  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 16,267
    Won't paper slips slow down entry?
  • I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
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  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522
    edited February 2018
    I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
    2013 Wrigley Tee, Green cargo shorts, orange sunglasses, Cubs 2016 World Series Socks, Orange Saucony Shoes.
    If you see me on the Metra or the down in the Bars before the Wrigley Shows, come say 'Hi".
    Later,
    Chris.
    :rofl: Hey whats up Chris?  You should be pretty easy to spot given the very specific details of the wardrobe. We definitely have to catch up this go around. We missed each other back in 2016. Hopefully you are going to be at both shows again this year in Chicago. 
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  • shetellsherselfshetellsherself New JerseyPosts: 8,396
    Recently attended an NBA game.  I had 5 tickets in my TM account on my phone.  I wanted to get all of us in quickly so took screen shots of the barcodes.  When it was time to enter I just quickly scrolled through the screenshots as the entry person scanned each one.  I was then given paper seat-finder receipts.  It was super quick.  I can’t imagine that we won’t get those receipts at the concerts.  Once inside, just make sure everybody has the correct receipts and you go on your merry way to your seats. Not complicated. 
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  • rummyrummy Ontario, CanadaPosts: 2,531
    Recently attended an NBA game.  I had 5 tickets in my TM account on my phone.  I wanted to get all of us in quickly so took screen shots of the barcodes.  When it was time to enter I just quickly scrolled through the screenshots as the entry person scanned each one.  I was then given paper seat-finder receipts.  It was super quick.  I can’t imagine that we won’t get those receipts at the concerts.  Once inside, just make sure everybody has the correct receipts and you go on your merry way to your seats. Not complicated. 
    Yep. That's what they usually do for anyone who uses e-tickets. These slips of paper now act as one's "stubs" to add to the collection. 
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  • Thanks PeteThanks Pete Kefalonia, GreecePosts: 565
    rummy said:
    Recently attended an NBA game.  I had 5 tickets in my TM account on my phone.  I wanted to get all of us in quickly so took screen shots of the barcodes.  When it was time to enter I just quickly scrolled through the screenshots as the entry person scanned each one.  I was then given paper seat-finder receipts.  It was super quick.  I can’t imagine that we won’t get those receipts at the concerts.  Once inside, just make sure everybody has the correct receipts and you go on your merry way to your seats. Not complicated. 
    Yep. That's what they usually do for anyone who uses e-tickets. These slips of paper now act as one's "stubs" to add to the collection. 
    I always lose my movie ticket stubs 5 seconds after.  Anyway, if you get there before the show, security seems to remember who belongs where
  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,820
    my2hands said:
    Won't paper slips slow down entry?
    Recently attended an NBA game.  I had 5 tickets in my TM account on my phone.  I wanted to get all of us in quickly so took screen shots of the barcodes.  When it was time to enter I just quickly scrolled through the screenshots as the entry person scanned each one.  I was then given paper seat-finder receipts.  It was super quick.  I can’t imagine that we won’t get those receipts at the concerts.  Once inside, just make sure everybody has the correct receipts and you go on your merry way to your seats. Not complicated. 
    I only had tickets one time for a concert and they gave me a paper ticket, almost as soon as they scanned my ticket on my phone. 

    Like shetellsherself said: super quick and not complicated(except for me as i have no clue how to do screen shots on my phone>LOL>though, no problem with the ticket on my phone to be scanned).

    It will all work out We will all find out how this goes after the Seattle shows.
  • Ray J. T. said:
    I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
    2013 Wrigley Tee, Green cargo shorts, orange sunglasses, Cubs 2016 World Series Socks, Orange Saucony Shoes.
    If you see me on the Metra or the down in the Bars before the Wrigley Shows, come say 'Hi".
    Later,
    Chris.
    :rofl: Hey whats up Chris?  You should be pretty easy to spot given the very specific details of the wardrobe. We definitely have to catch up this go around. We missed each other back in 2016. Hopefully you are going to be at both shows again this year in Chicago. 
    Yeah, doing Chicago again.  Not going to stop going now.  We'll def have to get together.  It's always a blast.
    Later.
    There's no need to say goodbye
  • South of SeattleSouth of Seattle West SeattlePosts: 10,703
    Also if your ticket is for GA you'll probably just get a wristband vs. a paper slip.  That's how it was at Key Arena a few weeks ago.

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  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522
    Ray J. T. said:
    I'm guessing you already have your outfit picked out.
    2013 Wrigley Tee, Green cargo shorts, orange sunglasses, Cubs 2016 World Series Socks, Orange Saucony Shoes.
    If you see me on the Metra or the down in the Bars before the Wrigley Shows, come say 'Hi".
    Later,
    Chris.
    :rofl: Hey whats up Chris?  You should be pretty easy to spot given the very specific details of the wardrobe. We definitely have to catch up this go around. We missed each other back in 2016. Hopefully you are going to be at both shows again this year in Chicago. 
    Yeah, doing Chicago again.  Not going to stop going now.  We'll def have to get together.  It's always a blast.
    Later.
    August can't get here fast enough. We will definitely link up. Can't wait till all the meet up threads start popping up. 
  • I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
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  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522


    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    +1 Lets hope for a repeat of 2016 with clear skies. Night 1 in 2016 had a 20 minute rain shower about an hour and half before the show, and that was the end of that. Everybody still has the nightmare of 2013 stuck in the back of their minds. 
  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,522
    I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    :lol: Very detailed. 
  • wall232wall232 New YorkPosts: 1,144
    I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    Most mornings I don't even know what I'm going to wear to work let alone a concert in 6 months. lol

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  • mpedonempedone Posts: 337
    I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    Not set in stone yet, but pretty sure for the Fenway shows I'll be wearing brown Keen hiking/walking shoes, brown cargo pants, and compression socks. Not sure about the t-shirt yet. We might make our own
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  • shetellsherselfshetellsherself New JerseyPosts: 8,396
    I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    Hmmm.   I’m sure I could dig around and find something you’d trade that soccer jersey for. :wink:
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  • Thanks PeteThanks Pete Kefalonia, GreecePosts: 565
    I was hoping more people would share their wardrobe choices.  I know I'm not the only one who has a specific "Concert Outfit" section in my closet.

    For Wrigley Night 2, I'll probably do jean shorts, Yellow Binaural Soccer Jersey, Black sunglasses, white north face socks, and White Nike Vapor running shoes.

    Hopefully I don't need to match a raincoat to any of the above outfits.
    Regarding your Binaural soccer jersey:
    "Don't be that guy..." Can anyone finish this quote from an early '90s college movie?
  • MP59559 said:
    Not set in stone yet, but pretty sure for the Fenway shows I'll be wearing brown Keen hiking/walking shoes, brown cargo pants, and compression socks. Not sure about the t-shirt yet. We might make our own
    Oh, Yeah, I love the custom Tees.  So fun.  We made Custom Tees for PJ20 that we still wear around.  It was the the PJ20 rectangle and said:
    PJ20
    MT21

    It was my brothers 21's birthday right before the shows so we used PJ20 as an excuse to get together and celebrate.  Epic weekend for sure.
    There's no need to say goodbye
  • Regarding your Binaural soccer jersey:
    "Don't be that guy..." Can anyone finish this quote from an early '90s college movie?
    I for sure am "that Guy" most of the time.  Someone's got to do it. =)

    The tacky thing that I just started doing is wearing PJ tees to EVERYTHING.  Lana Del Rey concert....PJ Tee.
    Meet my wife for lunch at the library where she works.....PJ Tee.
    Coach my sons basketball team....PJ tee.
    Dad's night at the elementary school....PJ tee.
    Date night with wifey....PJ Tee.

    Don't worry, I have a unique one for each occasion.
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  • Hmmm.   I’m sure I could dig around and find something you’d trade that soccer jersey for. :wink:
    It's a size Medium if your interested.
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  • There are 5 of us in GA for the Seattle shows, we need custom tees sorted I reckon... 
  • What's this? You're wearing the shirt of the band you're going to see? Don't be that guy.
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