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My boyfriend and I recently went to an aztec game (THEY WON!!) the facility itself is old, but they made sure the bathrooms were clean and the stadium seats didn’t have trash everywhere. All in all it was a pleasant time!
It’s a bitter sweet tragedy that this stadium is dying a slow death. It’s a great location for concerts and games, but has lost pace with the big and expensive places. It will be interesting to see who wins the battle for redeveloping the area!
We came to the game not realizing before hand that it was to be played in the Old Q. It’s not called Qualcomm anymore, I think it’s San Diego county credit union or something like that. At any rate, I can’t blame the Chargers for...More
Nice older stadium. Easy to walk up & down graded ramp. It would have enhanced my experience if they offered WiFi. They could also benefit from offering more variety in food choices like Dodger Stadium....
America finest city, has the worst stadium venue in the USA. Not talking about Petco a world class facility, Qualcomm is outdated, difficult venue to reach when traffic at peak, installations are deplorable to say the least, concession stands make you want to cry, sad...More
Wt went to see U2 here... what a great show !
Ample parking after paying $20. No attendants to direct in lot at all.
We were up in nose bleed territory, and you have to go up a LOT of ramps to get there.
This stadium is ancient. I attended a concert at the stadium and had floor tickets (general admission, on the "field" of the stadium). We were told the the gates would open at 5pm, but no one got in until after 6pm. Then, to get to...More
Went to the Aztecs-Aggies game last Saturday. It was my first visit to Qualcomm, and I was impressed, despite it being a 50 year old stadium. Sure, it has seen it's better days, but it's still a useable place to watch sports. The place was...More