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So you are a season ticket holder and as such if you purchase the playoff tickets pre public sale, they do not have any accessible seating ? Do they have an accessible seating for any handicapped persons at any of the events?
Oh, I see. Well, according to the law they are required to have a certain amount of seats available. As long as they meet that quota, they can sell them pre public. It is dependent upon their Policy. The Fedex Forum's policy is they need at least a day's notice. But there is no law that says those seats need to be held for the general public if all accessible seating was sold out pre public.
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