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    Game tickets on ebay...



    I see some nosebleed tickets on ebay for 200 to 250...are these legit prices? As in, are they realistic prices for playoff tickets...?




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    I was scanning Ebay last night to see what the market was and you are looking at about $$225-250 for nosebleeds (row 29 or 30). I saw some closer to midfield going for way more even in those high rows.




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    Lower bowl tix are 180 face and 250 for the afccg. FWIW




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    eBay is the wild west when it comes to tickets.

    Use the Ticket Exchange -- guaranteed to be a legit ticket.
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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    Stubhub is pretty solid as well. They add a 10% fee though which always adds another $25-$30 to the final cost.




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    Quote Originally Posted by Knox Harrington View Post
    Stubhub is pretty solid as well. They add a 10% fee though which always adds another $25-$30 to the final cost.
    Stub Hub is eBay. eBay bought them out.

    They don't guarantee the ticket is legit. It probably will be, but if it ends up being fake, all they will do is give you back your money.
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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    Lol @ Wild West. That's the only place I use to get ravens tickets. I'll check Ticket Exchange though, thanks.




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    I disagree with ebay being the wild west. They've really clamped down on the false auctions over the years. I've never had problems buying Ravens tickets there and generally speaking most products on ebay are at the price the market set for them.




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    Compared to the Ticket Exchange, it's most certainly the wild west.

    I've been burned as have a few friends.

    There is a reason eBay won't guarantee the transaction. It's because fakes slip through often.
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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Stub Hub is eBay. eBay bought them out.

    They don't guarantee the ticket is legit. It probably will be, but if it ends up being fake, all they will do is give you back your money.
    That's what scares me. Merely getting your money back doesn't help you with airfare, rental car, hotel, food, time off and the fact that you probably missed the game while trying to contact them. I haven't had issues with StubHub yet but I can imagine the scammers come out more in the playoff and Superbowl.




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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    I've bought many of tickets on eBay before and never had a problem. Just make sure the person's feedback is close to 100% and they have a good amount of transaction history. Beats paying that ridiculous ticket fee.
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    Re: Game tickets on ebay...

    And pay with paypal. Even more protection that way.




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