I'm about to order my season tix. I am genuinely eyeing some seats on the very top row. Many of the seats closer to the action are already for sale on stubhub or other similar secondary markets. I have never bought more than 2 season tix but they are saying I can order 6. Ironically for several years after coming back from school I did not buy season tix because I never knew how many I was going to bring, and sometimes free or discounted seats would present themselves. Why do some seats require a "donation" and others do not? Why do they call it a donation? A donation is a charitable gift, as if I have a say so in the matter. I'm ok with paying more to sit closer to the 50 yard line, but why not just say that tickets in XYZ section cost more. Call it a servicing fee. I'm sure several will speak up and tell me I'm wrong to feel this way or this is the price of progress or just make some sarcastic comment, but I had to vent somewhere. This lifelong Frog fan is not happy.