When do early bird ticket sales release? Nov 25, 2012 17:31:14 GMT -8
Post by wonk on Nov 25, 2012 17:31:14 GMT -8
Nov 23, 2012 13:45:51 GMT -8 @tj said:I was going to write out an entire post mocking your understanding of economics and point out that your supply and demand graph would result in a cost approaching free if you wanted a private 1 on 1 show from the 100+ Sasquatch artists, but then you implied that Spicy Pie is Slop.
This would have easily been the most interesting post in this discussion. The fact that TJ can associate supply and demand with economics already makes me like him.
I know rookie hazing is something regulars default to, but if I was being picked on by romanticizer, and Daver defended her, I would first delete my account, then delete my life.
Although long drawn out arguments when dealing with internet people who don't know what they are talking about can be fun, sometimes an abbreviated rebuttal is more prudent. For example:
Nov 23, 2012 17:17:59 GMT -8 @doorlopen said:Camping and shipping aside, the base invoice price for Coachella presale tickets has been $349 for 2 years. Sasquatch tickets have gone up steadily making a $10 jump from $290 to $300 which is unprecedented for Sasquatch as it has never climbed passed $299. In 2012, Coachella's ticket prices were 18% higher, this year it is only 15%, that partnered with upgrades to Sasquatch's usual program tells me that the gap in prices is closing and Sasquatch is trying to be a bit more competitive with larger festivals despite being smaller with less activities and amenities. If there is going to be $10 price increases every year, I better be seeing a Bigfoot Carnival Ride.
Coachella three day passes were $269 in 2010. Sasquatch is a four day festival. Therefore, whatever comparisons and price increase points you are trying to make are invalid. Now shut the fuck up.