Hi all, I apologize in advance if this has been posted before... I am planning to attend Saturday's Metros/Fire game at the Meadowlands. This will be my first MLS game live (go easy...I lived in Philly for awhile when the league started, and worked 80+ hrs a week, so attending games was not an option). Anyway, I called the Metrostars ticket office and was told they are unable to sell any individual game tickets under blocks of 4, which come in a family pack with Burger King coupons and a soccer ball. I only need two tickets, so I either have to go through Ticketmaster and pay their extortionist 33% surcharges ($64.50 total to obtain 2 $24 tickets) or go to the box office the day of the game (I live in Manhattan now, so I can't just swing over there mid-week). I think I will just walk up the day of the game and buy from the stadium, as I loathe Ticketmaster and do not want to pay them the extra $16.50. My question is, do all MLS teams operate their ticket distributions this way? They are making it way too hard/costly for a casual fan to check out a game. Either you pay a lot extra for tickets, or have to motivate on game day and trek to the Meadowlands from the city and buy them there. (editor's note: don't take this as a rant..I am just curious as to the way other teams handle individual game tickets).