- Oct 5, 2010
You have to put down a $50 refundable deposit. Free money if you get selected. The park is tiny and the fans are bandwagony. Perfect combo. Cubs.com/playoffs
Is anyone who spends time and effort (and $) procuring something ethically bankrupt? Is a retailer who buys wholesale and sells at retail ethically bankrupt? Is the +ev gambler chasing steam ethically bankrupt?
Troner. Have you ever sold tickets where the buyer paid over face value. For example, couldn't go, bought too many, sold so YOU could break even which caused the buyer to eat the SH, tmaster or eBay markup? Have you ever paid below face for tickets to anything?
boner could have bought season tickets and been guaranteed playoff tickets. He could have scalped 81 games plus playoffs. There must be some sort of money in it, probably a third of Cub season ticket holders do it, including a guy who is a customer of mine. Thanks to the scalpers, we now have dynamic pricing on tickets.When it comes to concerts and sporting events, the fact that you may be denying a die hard fan access to tickets so you can line your pockets is in my opinion shitty. Yeah, there are surely some wealthy bandwagon Cubs fans who only give a fuck about games during the playoffs, sure. But those aren't the people I'm talking about.
I have never sold tickets above face value. I ended up with an extra 2 tickets to Atlanta United over the summer and all I did was recoup what I paid for the ticket.
I rarely find myself in a situation where I have to sell an existing tickets.
Paid below face for a ticket. Never, pal.