Over the past year, the Los Angeles Rams have received feedback from ticketholders about how to improve the gameday experience at the Coliseum. The team is grateful for this and is working with USC to implement some of these suggestions. More information will be rolled out in the coming weeks, but here are some updates.
Changes to Gamedays at the Coliseum
The Coliseum is undergoing the first year of renovations to improve the in-stadium experience. The first change this year is new video boards in the east end zone corners that will greatly enhance the in-game features and entertainment.
Using learnings from last year, the Rams will implement better concession operations including a new food and beverage area for all fans at Gate 28, opposite the Corona Beach House at Gate 1, as well as sourcing more of the most popular food and beverage items in more locations throughout the Coliseum.
Fans may still bring two factory-sealed water bottles per person into the Coliseum.
Additionally, in response to fan feedback, guests may now bring in seat cushions for Rams games, as long as those seat cushions have no metal, pockets or compartments.
Ticket Exchange Price Floors Removed
Previously, tickets sold on the Rams official resale marketplace, NFL Ticket Exchange, were subject to a minimum price equal to the season ticket member price. Given marketplace fluctuations, fans have asked that the price floor be removed so that they can sell at any price as they do on other ticket resale marketplaces. In response to this feedback, we made the change for the 2017 season. NFL Ticket Exchange is the safest place to resell Rams tickets and ensures that if someone using your tickets does something to deserve ejection from the stadium, that we know it was not you.
Please visit TheRams.com/Tickets to purchase seats.