$147.50 Good God!
Gary Dean |
December 14, 2012 at 09:59 AM
Ya know the sad part Gary, after seeing Stones tickets at $800.00-$450... they did it... they really made $147.50 seem like a deal.... but it isnt, it is too damned high.... but i am afraid like whne The Stones ruined "it" with their $17.00 TOO HIGH tickets back in 1981, they did it again.
I think I will go over and look at what is available... not goona buy.... heck $147 today buys me lunch at Okla Joes, a massage, a case of beer, a couple of new CDs, some socks and 3 jars of peanut butter
December 14, 2012 at 10:13 AM
I just used the DREAMS presale thing and they offered me row 1 section 4(back floor section)... or some crap seats in the balcony.
Yeah, I done going to big time, SC type of shows... this is stupid.
December 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM
You can probably just go down to the box office on Monday afternoon and pickup a better ticket than that. That's what I did for Springsteen. Saves you all the crap up charges as well and you physically pick out your exact seats. The computerized, best available option is ALWAYS a joke. Unless a show is selling out in minutes or hours or you simply can't get down to the venue to purchase, you should always avoid on-line purchases to any arena show.
December 14, 2012 at 11:42 AM
"" you should always avoid on-line purchases to any arena show.""
Best advice of the year,
and that could be a permanent banner on this website.... and facts be known, it might be best to just wait until day of show, and see what the box office releases, or check CL for lowerthan face tickets... I just dont see people continuing to pay big dollars for rehash shows.
One of the best concerts I ever went to was TUSK tour at kemper, and I think it cost $9.00 a ticket... and we were 3rd row center on the floor, Stevei was still skinny and... anyway.... there is no one this show tops that, esp at 20 times the price.
December 14, 2012 at 11:50 AM
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