Season ticket holders have begun putting their personal seat licenses – the price you have to pay for the right to buy season tickets – on sale on the secondary market, and many of the listings are actually below the original price paid before the 2014 season.
About 200 Silicon Valley software engineers hacked into the Burning Man ticketing system Wednesday to jump in front of 80,000 others waiting in line from all over the world.
Visiting Mickey and Minnie just got more expensive.
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Watching the big game on the big screen is great. But seeing it from the grid iron is priceless. Well… not exactly. Getting up close and personal at Super Bowl 50, is going to come with a steep price tag.
Folks looking for tickets to Tuesday night’s Foster Farms Bowl at Levi’s Stadium can find resale tickets for less than $50 bucks, but finding a place to park your car could cost you more than that.
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You may have bypassed season tickets to the 49ers this season thinking you could get the best deal on seeing the Niners when they play in Oakland. If you waited until the seats were on the secondary market, you were wrong.
Fans who snapped up San Francisco 49ers season tickets with an eye toward turning a profit on the secondary market are likely out of luck.
Fans hoping to see the Raiders take on the Chiefs Thursday night in Oakland won’t have to pay very much for seats.