YESSSSS! As I've seen people breathe/blow fire form atop their Rv's. Chicks with dreads continually fall from the Redbull truck,walking party lines of 50 people crash through campsites yelling Sasquatch, and that one time the group took the unparty wanting folks in their tent, picked them up and moved their tent 50ft away from it's original location... PREPARE FOR THE GOLDBEARD AND ALL THE NOOOOISE!
Goddamn, this makes me wish it were Sasquatch right now!
So, I have decided to take Gramma's advice and sell these gold and premiere camping passes. However, I am in a bit of a quandry. If I leave this thread up until I sell these to a board guest - at face value mind you - then how likely is it that they will sell? It seems like righteous boarders never upgrade, so that means the market is limited to guests on this board.
If I post on craigslist or some other board, are there consequences if I get more than face value?
My feeling is that if I post somewhere else and get more than face value, then that both removes a potential campground snob from the rest of us unwashed dress wearing primates, and provides some extra change for a towel warmer, which I hear is one of the prime perks of upgraded camping. Anyway, how would anyone from the board really know what I do, unless I show up with said towel warmer, and then I will just buy you off with a warm towel to keep your mouth shut.
So, I am updating the top post in the thread to indicate price and availability. I will also update the post when the passes are sold. You are welcome to continue to comment on Sasquatch fashion, magic couches, and the astronomical anomaly that is the gorge as you see fit. That at least will keep the thread busy.
I may also just call Livenation and sell the passes back to them, but where's the fun in that?
"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain"
Post by Professor Pancakes on Feb 19, 2014 13:26:15 GMT -5
My advice: Just sell them on Craigslist. Not only are the odds of someone on here actually buying them very slim, there are those among us who would see you drawn and quartered for trying to recoup the "service fee" (and I really don't want to see that debate again). Having said that, if you sell them at an elevated price on Craigslist, we will find out and we all own torches and pitchforks.