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Georgia baseball NCAA Super Regional sells out in 5 minutes, NCAA controls pricing, distribution

SystemSystem Posts: 10,768 admin
edited June 6 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia baseball NCAA Super Regional sells out in 5 minutes, NCAA controls pricing, distribution

ATHENS — The Georgia baseball NCAA Tournament Super Regional sold out in less than five minutes on Wednesday morning and 24 hours later a pair of $15 face value general admission seats are going for $100 or more each.

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    GBALGBAL Posts: 768 ✭✭✭✭ Senior
    edited June 6

    so how do the stubhubs get all their tickets to then mark up in that market?

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    ShaneHShaneH Posts: 4 ✭ Freshman

    Guess all those season ticket holders and donors are trying to recoup some of their money. We've been to every series and most midweeks this year, so it's disappointing to miss out on Supers so people who haven't been to game all season can make a buck.

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    BackHomeBackHome Posts: 54 ✭✭✭ Junior

    It would be interesting to have a logarithm that took into account attendance as a factor. It would almost function like a rewards/frequent flyer system. Should be tied to the individual not the ticket somehow. Ah, but money is king!

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