Why fans at the Nebraska vs. Northwestern game were treated to free beer, NCAA Kid's Clothing concessions at Aviva Stadium
There is usually nothing that people hate more than dealing with WiFi issues, but the fans on hand at Saturday's Nebraska vs. Northwestern Dickinson College Red Devils Jerseys game actually benefitted from them.
The Cornhuskers and Wildcats were in action at Aviva Stadium in Dublin for the long-delayed Aer Lingus College Football Classic Saturday when the stadium's WiFi went down. The stadium's credit card scanners were not operational as a result of the outage and thus, the workers were unable to accept payments from fans.
"The tills are down and we can’t take cash," an Aviva Stadium concession worker explained to the Omaha World-Herald.
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Ultimately, the stadium opted to provide the fans with free concessions. That included fries, hot dogs and alcohol, the latter of which naturally created a massive line at the stadium.
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So, Aviva Stadium — which has a capacity of 51,700 — will likely lose a solid chunk of change by giving away free concessions. Still, they decided to do it, and fans of both teams ap WVU vs. Pitt Rivalry Gear preciated the stadium's choice.
"Nothing is free in Ireland — but this is!" one fan on hand told the Omaha World-Herald.
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Th WVU vs. Pitt Rivalry shirt e stadium's generosity inspired some fans to make a decent gesture of their own. They gave cash to the stadium to try to h College Operation Hat Trick Apparel elp offset the losses Aviva Stadium would suffer with the systems down, Drake Bulldogs Jerseys per Jake Sorensen of 93.7 The Ticket.
It's unclear when — or if — the WiFi will return during Saturday's game. Either way, the fans will be pleased with getting plenty of free food and concessions, and that will help to ensure that the inaugural Aer Lingus College Football Classic is a success.