Help us keep going to OKC Thunder games!
Now you maybe wondering why now? If you paid for it before why can't you pay now? Life is full of ups and downs full of unexpected trials, tribulations, and expenses. Garrett has made a career change to save his sanity which has had a negative impact on his savings. Nauzi has taken a step further into adulthood rather than continue to work multiple jobs, she has tried to focus on building a career.
All money raised will be used toward paying off their upcoming season tickets, and any subsequent playoff tickets. Both Thundor and Thunder Princess only own one seat each, no seat upgrades will be made the donations will only pay for the two single tickets for Thundor and Thunder Princess. Should we raise more than our target amount, a donation will be made to the Thunder Cares Foundation. Any and all help would be appreciated no amount too small and no amount too great. Thank you for your consideration and assistance in keeping a dream alive.
I'm not donating because I'm saving for when my number comes up in true blue and i finally get season tickets. I don't come to see you guys, but I thinks it's fun to see you at the games. Good luck!
This is ridiculous. I've lost myvoice at thunder games before and it is absabsolutely my favorite thing to do, but guess what I don't get season tickets and if I do they will be in loud city. Also I sat next to "princess" before and she was ruuudddeee. Ill pass. Smh. Shame on you guys.
I need a new truck. Life has been hard for me too. I won't dare ask ANYBODY for a handout. Pitiful.
Explain to me why you are asking for $10,000 when both of your tickets combined don't add up to even half of that (I know, I sit 1 section over in 102) and I'll donate.
I'm not trying to be hateful, but I work hard for my money and I only get Loud City season tickets because it's what I can afford. I can't afford courtside or baseline, therefore, I don't try to buy them. I would NEVER stoop to begging for money to pay for my tickets if I can't afford them any longer. Sorry if I offended you Ms. Panda, but I don't think I'm alone in my feelings on this.
Hasn't the renewal deadline passed? This smells.
The only thing that's sad or pathetic on here or about this is the hateful comments that people are leaving. If you don't like what they are doing why are you even here looking at the page?!
If you cant afford to pay for self, dont go. Im not handing any money to you.
Quite possibly the most sad and pathetic thing I've ever seen. I guess it's no wonder you can't afford the tickets, you've never learned to live within your means. Ridiculous.
Can I donate debt to this worthwhile project?
I'm trying to figure out why they need 10 grand for 2 season tickets. Are they going to do this every year? How about I donate a TV and you can watch it for free, like I do, with my 2 kids.
A bunch of haters on here... These two are part of what makes going to a Thunder game entertaining. They simply don't watch the game... They are part of it! If every fan was half as spirited as these two just think of how loud and crazy the CHK Arena would be. Never hurts to ask... If you don't agree with it then just troll on
This is utterly pathetic. You people should be ashamed of yourself. Asking for handouts to watch a game?
I dont know you guys but to and to my family that is a want not a need. Needs are taken care of. Not your wants and i can think of alot better things to give money to. Your a fan and this is not something you need if you need to do this then great but it is not our jobs to make sure you have your wants taken care of. This is where i tell you to find a better JOB to fund your wants. Food, clothes, roof over your head shoes on your feet are needs not tickets to a game. I like the Thunder also but you need to know your limits and live with-in-your means.
Keep kicking ass you guys.
I do not know either of you personally, so I'm hoping this is not a sincere attempt to solicit donations for professional basketball tickets. I agree that life is full of trials and tribulations. However, some situations are far more dire than the inability to pay for season tickets. For example, one in four children in Oklahoma risk going hungry every day. $10,000 could go a long way in assisting the fight against childhood hunger. This is only one example, but I felt compelled to publicly express my fundamental opposition to this solicitation.