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What is the most money you would pay for a scalped ticket?

Asked at Hy-Vee, 3504 Clinton Parkway on March 19, 2013

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“I might pay like $50, but I’d rather just watch it with my friends at a local watering hole and spend the money on nachos.”

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I’d probably just watch it at home.””

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“Probably about $150.”

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“I have never bought a scalped ticket. I’ve talked about it. Maybe I’d pay about $150. ”

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riverdrifter 1 year ago

"I know T_O_B will pay top dollar for Sean Penn tickets..."

Yeah, but not in Venezuela...

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jhawkinsf 1 year ago

It depends on the quality of the seats. Upper level in a super dome to watch a K.U. championship game, not a whole lot. But great seats at the same game? A whole bunch.

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CWGOKU 1 year, 1 month ago

Well, that depends. For Liza Minnelli or Justin Bieber tickets... Nothing. For my favorite team in a Superbowl, or Final Four, maybe face value plus 10% for the seller's profit margin. Most likely, nothing, I've been to a Final Four and I'd just as soon stay home and watch with friends and family on the big screen with surround sound and my favorite beverage I know T_O_B will pay top dollar for Sean Penn tickets...

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The_Original_Bob 1 year, 1 month ago

I was just offered tickets for $66 which were purported to be face value. I shall stay home and enjoy the game on the tv.

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Roland Gunslinger 1 year, 1 month ago

$0. I like my tickets with a scalp.

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g_rock 1 year, 1 month ago

Don't you get in free if you become a player's babymama? Hmm. Too bad I'm not into younger men...

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BABBOY 1 year, 1 month ago

Depends on the event. I would pay quite a bit to get into NCAA Championship game if my team was in it. Football only. Would not pay more than face value on basketball.

Would pay some over face value for World Series as I have never seen one and with the Royals it probably is not much of an issue as they are still my team for reasons of loyalty alone....

Would pay quite a bit to get into last round of the Masters if Tiger Woods was in the hunt and on the prowl to win.... The Masters is cool because players can still attack the course and make birdie/eagle.

I would do the same for the British Open as it is interesting with the bizarre old course....

But not the US Open nor the PGA.... Actually, someone would have to give me the ticket (pass) to go to the PGA..... Both events worry too much about the rough and fast greens and it is boring to watch players play for par when they should be trying to make birdies and eagles….

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