The following item is from Phil Mushnick's column in today's New York Post. http://www.nypost.com/sports/41457.htm Pats to Fans: Drop Dead . . . Now! It just doesn't end; it's all predicated upon patrons reaching a financial breaking point, surrendering to the next fool in line. The NFL champs, who charge $35 to park, have already raised tickets $10 to $26. Top ticket is now $125, full payment due by March 31. There's more. The Pats will now charge from $2,000-$5,000 per ticket to will season tickets to a subscriber's survivors. Seriously. Otherwise, upon the subscriber's death, his/her tickets become the property of the Pats. Seriously. The Pats call this pass-away plan the Pass It On program. Seriously. Flowers not included. "It's all predicated upon patrons reaching a financial breaking point." Wasn't a lesson learned with the Revolution? Raising ticket prices based on the new stadium, and nothing more. Raising the parking prices based on the new stadium, and nothing more? The Patriots have the benefit of being three time Super Bowl winners with a huge waiting list for season tickets, so they have a seller's market. The Revolution are not a seller's market. The organisation did a positive thing by rolling back the prices of season tickets. We have yet to see if it will have a positive impact, or if only the choir takes advantage of the deal. But at least they are trying something to stay in business. If they try and squeeze every nickel out of Revolution fans, they'll only serve to drive away those that still remain. Anyone Know what parking will cost this season?