I've been trying unsuccessfully to post this for a few days but I thought I would give you a run down on your game day experience. I'm going to break this into several parts:
Danny Snyder Stadium (aka Fed Ex Field).
Every since our young (some would say juvenile) owner of the Redskins took over the stadium, the key focus for Danny Snyder is to separate you from your money as quickly and effectively as possible. The stadium itself is not the most attractive stadium. In fact, it's kind of like if you were looking at catalog of stadiums and you started with the cheapest model with the least charm and amenities. Then young Danny discovered every new and innovative way to charge people for services. If you want to park at the stadium, it's going to cost you. If the cash lots are full then you can park across the DC Beltway in Landover and buses will bring you to the stadium. However, parking at Landover will cost you and so will the bus ride. Some people found that they could park in some neighborhoods close by the stadium and they walked to the stadium. Danny got the local authorities to outlaw walking to the stadium as a safety hazard (this was overturned in court).
Every bit of the stadium is adorned with advertising. Every available space including the bottoms of the urinals. The beer's are $8. So be prepared to pay the price to the Danny.
Another great thing about the stadium is it's location. It's located in Landover MD which is kind of the place that the urban sprawl forgot. It's a very tough place to get to so if you are driving to the game, plan on waiting to get in to the stadium from the Beltway or from any other points. Honestly, the best and cheapest way to get to the stadium is by the Metro. However, no dillydalling after the game, you better head to the Metro station real quick because they are probably only going to stay open until 1 am.
Good luck Broncos. Hope everyone has a good time.
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