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I would assume every game except EMU and possibly Iowa due to weather--although it was homecoming and many people may have bought tickets ahead of time.
Look, if you buy family plan season tickets (lower endzones), it costs roughly $300 per ticket including the required donation. That is seven games, totaling roughly $45 per game. Face value, alone, for BSU, ND, OSU, Iowa and Nebraska was $80.
Based on demand, especially for BSU, ND and OSU, he could have easily got $100 or more per ticket, per game. Those three games alone would pay for the season ticket package. Then, anything sold beyond that would be profit. Even if he only sells the remaining games for $100--which is pretty conservative--he is looking at a 33% ROI. And those aren't even premium seats.
This post was edited by Gus Chiggins 18 months ago
All but Eastern and NW
Thanks Triton! Had a good time at the bball game last night. Nice Store!!
I thought they did away with "family plan".
Yeah, you're right. I forgot about that. But the point remains, those tickets are $333 with the $25 donation. So $47 dollars a game.
Seems as though trcmb may have finally figured out the economics on being a ticket broker, lol.
The guy doesn't just buy low and sell (very) high , all day... He has to take losses and risk capital--- Duh.
Too easy to take pot shots at the high (market driven) prices for premium events.
This post was edited by Droppedbyadime 18 months ago
triton: how much for tickets to the Minnesota game?
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