The Orem Owlz are a minor league baseball team that play in the Utah Valley University stadium. This is the university I attend, and which I pay handsomely every year for a parking permit. (Pay attention, that's the important part.)
The Owlz charge $4 to park in the parking lot closest to the stadium. At Saturday's game I was feeling cheap, and decided to park in the next parking lot over, which requires a university parking permit to park in. I felt guilty for not paying to park. On the other hand, by parking in the farther lot, I freed up space for someone else to park closer. Plus, I pay $80 a year to be able to park in that parking lot, regardless of what school services I'm employing. But this is $4 less that the Owlz receive - if everyone did this, they'd have to raise ticket prices or something to make up the shortage.
So that's my latest moral dilemma, which comes complete with a poll for you to vote. As always, I'd love to hear opinions in the comments section. Is it wrong to park in a non-Owlz-sanctioned parking lot when I attend an Owlz game?