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I purchased "Preferred" Loge Box Tickets. Because my son & I have Muscular Dystrophy, we arrived early to get our seats from Will Call. I had called the day before to ask if I could pick up the tix the day before, due to my handicap, but they refused, so we arrived when the Will Call opened at 1:30. When I got to the window, I explained to the guy I was disabled and in a very bad way now, wearing a heavy leg brace and using a cane, and requested tickets up at the top of of the loge section, so I wouldn't have to go up and down the stairs a lot. He said to me, "you'll take what I give you", and gave us tickets way down the stairs...and out beyond the foul pole!?! Those were "Preferred"??? It was like being in the outfield bleachers. I will never buy tickets this way again, and I am taking this up with Dodger Stadium in person. I've had no problem buying Will Call tickets for any of the many concerts I go to. Dodger Stadium still has problems apparently. You would think losing 2/3 of their fans last year would have caused a sea change in customer relations. Not yet.
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