Did you want to go to one of the Browns’ first eight training camp sessions this year? If you blinked, you may have missed out. Registration for the team’s first eight practices open to the public began Wednesday at 10:00 AM for the general public (season ticket holders were able to register two days earlier).
According to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, the team stated that all tickets were claimed by about 11:00 AM.
From #Browns: All tickets to first 8 free training camp practices (made available in 1st of this year's 2 waves) have been claimed after 2-day early registration for season-tix holders & today’s public release that opened at 10 am. All tickets were claimed by approximately 11 am.— Nate Ulrich (@ByNateUlrich) June 26, 2019
Here is how my experience went: I was visiting the registration link for up to ten minutes prior to 10:00 AM, in case it opened earlier. I checked about every minute, and then at 9:59 AM, the page went “live” for me. Already, 7 of the 8 practices said “sold out.” The only date available was Monday, July 29, which was coincidentally the date I wanted to secure heading into the process. I claimed my tickets for that date by 10:00 AM.
For the next few minutes, and then the next hour, I would visit the page every so often to see if more dates opened. A couple of dates in early August showed availability now, but every time I went to actually secure the tickets, an error message popped up saying that no more tickets were available for that date.
Wave 2 tickets become available to the general public on July 10th at 10:00 AM. Did any of you have luck with the ticketing process?