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    How early does Nissan Stadium Open before Football games?

    I haven't been to an NFL game in awhile and typically when I go and try for autos I go where the team bus comes out after the game, but I've seen people have success when the stadium is fairly empty before the games start. Does anyone know when the Titans stadium opens up prior to games? I'm taking my son to his first game when our Raiders play there week one. Any help is appreciated thanks in advance!

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    Gates Open
    Nissan Stadium entrances open two hours prior to kickoff. There are ten main entrances and two separate entrances for the Club and Suite areas. There are 100 turnstiles available for entry. We suggest arriving early for each game. Nissan Stadium parking lots open 4 hours prior to kickoff.

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    Awesome thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by joshs1 View Post
    Gates Open
    Nissan Stadium entrances open two hours prior to kickoff. There are ten main entrances and two separate entrances for the Club and Suite areas. There are 100 turnstiles available for entry. We suggest arriving early for each game. Nissan Stadium parking lots open 4 hours prior to kickoff.

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    I'll be there for a pre season game---never graphed NFL IP before--anyone have any tips?
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    I've had the most success getting autos after the game where the visiting teams bus leaves the stadium. Typically players come out to talk with family or friends that came out to the game, but many will sign autographs too. It's been a few years since I last attempted autos after a game, but I'd guess it still is a good option. The hardest part is figuring out where the bus actually comes out so I'd figure that out beforehand if possible. Last time I tried for autos at the team bus was 2009 at ATT stadium in Dallas and I had to make 3 trips around the stadium before I figured out that the buses kinda go underground a little bit. By the time I got there most of the buses were already leaving, but I've gotten a few autos after games at the old colts stadium in 2000 2001 and 2004 and some at the broncos stadium in 2007.
    Quote Originally Posted by Atlantaman View Post
    I'll be there for a pre season game---never graphed NFL IP before--anyone have any tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobreaker50 View Post
    I've had the most success getting autos after the game where the visiting teams bus leaves the stadium. Typically players come out to talk with family or friends that came out to the game, but many will sign autographs too. It's been a few years since I last attempted autos after a game, but I'd guess it still is a good option. The hardest part is figuring out where the bus actually comes out so I'd figure that out beforehand if possible. Last time I tried for autos at the team bus was 2009 at ATT stadium in Dallas and I had to make 3 trips around the stadium before I figured out that the buses kinda go underground a little bit. By the time I got there most of the buses were already leaving, but I've gotten a few autos after games at the old colts stadium in 2000 2001 and 2004 and some at the broncos stadium in 2007.
    Awesome I will definitely check that out---thanks for the help!

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