Have you ever noticed the empty seats at sporting events that are supposedly sold out? This week’s Jefferson Award winner did, and it gave him an idea.
World Series tickets are some of the most sought after sports tickets in the world and fans will pay almost anything to get them. Tickets are not cheap and never will be, but even the most ardent fans are looking for the best deal. So, here are some suggestions to avoid getting ripped off when buying tickets for the 2012 World Series games.
They haven’t even made it there yet, but the San Francisco Giants are already putting some World Series seats up for grabs – albeit online, and only a very limited supply of tickets to the theoretical championship game were initially being made available.
While the Oakland A’s fan’s optimism was raised after Tuesday night’s win over the Detroit Tigers at the O.co Coliseum, dozens of them were feeling down in the dumps after confusion over tickets sales left them out in the cold.
Fans were lining up in droves for tickets after the A’s clinched the AL West on Wednesday.
Baseball fans are buzzing at the Oakland Coliseum over a prospect that most, back in April, thought was a highly unlikely scenario for the Athletics: true, the team has yet to clinch a spot in the playoffs, but the players were clearly on a roll and still had 16 regular season games to go.
Police are investigating the theft of about $12,500 worth of tickets for this weekend’s Gilroy Garlic Festival, which runs from Friday through Sunday.
A former Bay Area Rapid Transit station agent who gave a needy teenager $300 of unused transit tickets has lost his appeal to keep his job.
For a fifth time, the U.S. Open Championship will be held at the Olympic Club in San Francisco starting June 14th through the 17th.
The Office of Traffic Safety is hoping technology will put an end to the dangerous practice of distracted driving.