Coliseum Survey Update

Here’s the key question:

Assuming the following capital seat donation requirements, in addition to your current season ticket price and/or required Trojan Athletic Fund donation, where would you desire to sit in a renovated LA Coliseum

Tier 1 (Yellow Sections) - $4,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $450 season ticketprice and required annual Trojan Athletic Fund donation)

Tier 2 (Red Sections) - $3,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $395 season ticket price)

Tier 3 (Aqua Sections) - $2,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $295 season ticket price)

Tier 4 (Dark Blue Sections) - $1,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $295 season ticket price)

I would not purchase season tickets

Here’s most of the survey after the jump:


CLUB SEATS
A renovated LA Coliseum could offer a variety of new club seats located in prime areas throughout
the stadium. New club seats could be located outdoors (possibly covered by a roof overhang), have
a wider chair back and provide more leg room than regular stadium seating. New club seat
amenities may include, but are not limited to, preferred parking, private restrooms, upscale food
and beverage service, and access to a private club lounge. The climate-controlled club lounge could
be conveniently located in proximity to the club seats in a large, well-furnished area with a view of
the field, upscale concession areas, private restrooms, TV monitors and common seating areas.
Click HERE for Club Seats & Lounge Images
It is possible that club seats could be located in the following locations of a renovated LA Coliseum
1. Peristyle Club Seats – Could be located on/inside a reconstructed Peristyle of a renovated LA
Coliseum. Peristyle Club Seat holders could have access to a private club lounge located directly
behind the seating area, offering views of the playing field, access to private restrooms, access to
upscale food and beverages, a private stadium entrance, preferred parking, and other such
amenities.
Click HERE for sample seat view
2. Press Box Club Seats – Could be located along the sidelines, directly above the seating bowl in a
new press box facility. Press Box Club Seat holders could have access to a private club lounge
located directly behind the seating area, offering views of the playing field, access to private
restrooms, access to upscale food and beverages, a private stadium entrance, preferred parking,restrooms, access to upscale food and beverages, a private stadium entrance, preferred parking,
and other such amenities.
Click HERE for sample seat view
3. Mid-Bowl Club Seats – Could be located along the sidelines of the seating bowl, approximately 1
to 30 rows from the playing field. Mid-Bowl Club Seat holders could have access to a private club
lounge located at field level, offering unique views of the playing field and player entrance/exit,
access to private restrooms, access to upscale food and beverages, a private stadium entrance,
preferred parking, and other such amenities.
Click HERE for sample seat view
The previous seating chart provides possible club seat locations in a renovated LA Coliseum. On a
scale of 1 to 5, with ’1′ being ‘Not Interested’ and ’5′ being ‘Definitely Interested’, please indicate
your potential interest in leasing club seats at the following locations in a renovated LA Coliseum,
recognizing that the most prime locations would be more expensive. For instance, Mid-Bowl Club
Seats would offer the best sightline location and amenities.
Q23 Peristyle Club Seats:
–Click Here–
Q24 Press Box Level Club Seats:
–Click Here–
Q25 Mid-Bowl Club Seats:
–Click Here–

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GENERAL STADIUM SEATING
Renovations to the LA Coliseum could provide all football fans with an improved game
day experience and new amenities, including wider concourses, more restrooms and
concessions stands, and other such amenities. As a means of assisting in the funding
of the renovation project, the university could require a one-time capital donation per
seat (payable over 5 years) in addition to the current cost of season tickets. Payment
of the one-time capital seat donation would secure your seat location as long as you
continued to purchase season tickets each year.
Q134 Assuming the following capital seat donation requirements, in addition to your current season
ticket price and/or required Trojan Athletic Fund donation, where would you desire to sit in a
renovated LA Coliseum?

Tier 1 (Yellow Sections) – $4,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $450 season ticket
price and required annual Trojan Athletic Fund donation)
Tier 2 (Red Sections) – $3,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $395 season ticket
price)
Tier 3 (Aqua Sections) – $2,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $295 season ticket
price)
Tier 4 (Dark Blue Sections) – $1,000 one-time capital donation per seat (in addition to your $295 season
ticket price)
I would not purchase season tickets

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  • https://www.facebook.com/charles.bucket.3 Charlie Bucket

    Why would you buy season tickets Wolfman? Don’t you get access to the field and the press box?

    • NobisaMan

      My dream is to sit with you and the Wolfman in the front row.

      But like all my other dreams, that one will go bust too.

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        And get a bucket of cream

    • Jethro G Sabbath

      Faux Bucket?

  • NOBSisdaMAN

    Charlie Bucket ‘em.

  • NOBSisdaMAN

    Scott- why don’t you pursue the Galen Center lie?

    • Helen

      You mean how Hadden promised a competitive basketball team? that lie?

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        No, just all the other BS that was promised before Haden got there. And it wasn’t MG either. It was ALL the Assoc ADs

      • Helen

        The real Helen at least how to spell Haden.

  • john wolcott

    The NFL is having difficulty selling tickets because people would rather sit in the comfort of their home and watch games on t.v. And so goes college football

    Now, I have always said that watching it on t.v. versus being at the game is a bit like watching people make love as opposed to doing it yourself

    One other tip– I usually go to games alone because it is difficult enough without trying to hook up with a buddy, and it is easier to sneak into the good seats. I buy a cheap ticket and then find a vacant seat on the 40-50 yard line.

    • Toejam For Life

      Especially when you have seven-win Sark and no hope!

    • NobisaMan

      Alternate theory: you’re a tightwad who can’t find anyone willing to endure your insufferable pontificating for 3 hrs.

      • TrojanFan3.0

        LOL!! Dementia is some nasty stuff!!

        • TrojanFan3.0

          FAKE! Only bucket has dementia!

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        Then don’t read it Mr Tunnel 15. Haha

  • SUCC de trop

    “Clowns are the pegs on which the circus is hung.” – PT Barnum

    • Mike 70

      You certainly are familiar with clowns, being one yourself! Try to come up with a different retort other than supposed dimentia ok s(fucc)?

  • Brad Hutchings

    They’ll fill 1/4 of the allotted seats at these prices. Then they’ll discount them or wave them preferentially. If the best seats in a section aren’t that important to you, there are surely some bargains to be had if you’re patient.

  • Toejam For Life

    The Coliseum is going to look like the Galen Center, except when UCLA plays there and the Kid’s Choice Awards take over! More Seats For the Homeless On!

  • Helen

    This site has more faux posts than real – and just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse.

    • https://www.facebook.com/charles.bucket.3 Charlie Bucket

      I think I like the Faux posts better than the real posts.

      • TrojanFan3.0

        How many of them do you claim?

  • Cheap seats

    Can you at least cite where you copy & pasted this where the code/formatting got messed up? Spend more time on the blog than in the comments section, please.

  • jetman624

    My wife’s step mom, a USC grad, kept the family tradition alive after her dad passed by continuing to renew the season tickets every year since– if Wolfie is right about this, we will no longer be season ticket holders. I am not sure where our seats land in this tier system, but no way we plop down an additional 4k…

    This will be tough for my wife, she wanted to keep her dad’s seat in that stadium forever…

    • Dan Wayne

      My heart goes out to you and your family and all the other family’s who Have supported this program for so many years, and this is the way your treated.