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Tickets from Friend of Friend:

Discussion in 'Tickets and Travel' started by timBUCK2, Jul 29, 2006.

  1. timBUCK2

    timBUCK2 Tim the Enchanter... WOLVERINE SLAYER!!

    I know similar questions have been asked, but this situation may be slightly different.

    I have a "friend's friend" that gets 4 contiguous tickets to home games each year. They always give/sell 2 of them to our mutual friends. This year, they are going to be selling their other pairs.

    My friend is brokering the deal, and says that I have first dibs at the tickets. (They want us to go so we can sit together)

    I haven't spoken to the guy with the tickets yet, but they want me to make them an offer on the games that I'm interested. I'm trying to not insult them with a low offer or get ripped of. Hopefully, they cut me a small break since their friend wants us to get the tickets.

    So here goes. In % of face value, what should I offer them for the following games:

    * vs Northern Illinois - 9/02
    * vs Cincinnati - 9/16
    * vs Penn State - 9/23
    * vs Bowling Green - 10/07
    * vs Indiana - 10/21
    * vs Minnesota - 10/28
    * vs Michigan - 11/18

    Also, if you have any recommendations for strategy on my initial/final offer strategy, please let me know.

    I'll give 500 vcash to anyone that helpfully responds in the next two weeks. I'm leaving for Hawaii tomorrow, but I'll make sure to get the checks out when I return. :)

    Thanks!

    tb2
     
  2. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    Check the eBay thread for the going rate of each game...then go a little under that for the "friend discount". The eBay rate is usually a little cheapter than the stubhub.com or other ticket broker rate.
     
  3. timBUCK2

    timBUCK2 Tim the Enchanter... WOLVERINE SLAYER!!

    I looked at that earlier, but those were all auctions in process. Furthermore, they seem to have unmet reserves, so it's kinda tough to tell what the real selling rate is. The "Buy It Now" listings are quite a bit higher (hence them still being listed)

    Is there a way to see what the finished auctions actually went for on eBay?
     
  4. hawaiianbuckeye

    hawaiianbuckeye Where's YOUR Gold Pants?

    j


    FIRST OF ALL Where are the tickets?

    Have a safe flight over here!

    HAYN
     
  5. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    Well I check tickets on eBay daily, so I get to see the winning prices or near winning prices.
     
  6. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Check your PM...
     

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