All of that said, rules are still rules, and no amount of snide
jabs at the NFL will change the fact that bags can’t come in.
Fortunately, there are some innovative people out there, and a
couple of them — Saints fans Beth Saacks and Rachael
Couvillion — have turned the bag ban into a money-making
According to CNBC, Saacks, a dentist and
25-year NFL season ticket holder, and Couvillion, a mortgage
appraiser, teamed up to create “Aunt Fleaux’s Gameday
Packs,” hand-sized purses that fans can bring into games.
They are so named because they give women a discrete place to keep
feminine products, among their other items.
The women created a Facebook page and a Twitter
account and started selling the 1,000 initial bags they
ordered, with prices ranging from $9.99 to $14.99: