I don't think those 150 tickets have anything to do with the secondary market prices this year. I don't even think they really exist.
It makes no sense to put a bunch of tickets up at a price that high, they simply will never sell. The only reasonable thing I can think is that some dude just put that up there without having that many tickets and if by some magical fluke someone buys one, he would just sell them one.
No, rustuuu is right, it's a tactic used by scalpers to trick people into buying those same tickets for a higher rate over face. "OMG, people are charging $10,000 per pass, that guy charging $500 doesn't seem so bad. I'll pay $500." They don't know it's the same guy. It must work, because it happens a lot.
I could see that working if someone was charging say, $800 or something, but $10000 is a joke. Most people probably don't even see them because they are all the way at the end of the list.
I still don't think they exist. I don't know exactly how stubhub works, but I bet anyone can just make up a price and number of tickets and they only have to actually sell them if someone buys them. Since that will never happen, I don't expect those to ever drop in price.
I don't understand why it's four separate wristbands. It seems like scammers heaven. Did you notice that add only had one wristband pictured for $400?
The takeaway for anyone lurking the Sasquatch Message Board is this: Don't pay $400 for a single day wristband. It's already happened, I can feel it. What a waste of a drive to show up finding out you are only allowed in one day, AND you paid $400.
Post by annibonanni on May 22, 2013 1:15:59 GMT -5
not sure that this is the place to express my need for a ticket, but i'm looking for 2, so if anyone reads this and has to sell, please contact me.! i can't believe all the amazing bands that are playing this year and hope to find some tickets.