C4 Row E wrote:Why would I throw in an attractive weekend game when I can attend it or make twice face value as you stated? I'm offering them at cost and not trying to make money. The lowest cost to the buyer on ticket exchange would be around $115 per ticket. I'm simply trying to put a dent in the $6000 I owe and do someone else a favor.
With the paypal fees, ill actually be losing money.
pcmforless wrote:I bought a five pack of games from C4 Row E last year and these were great seats and the kids and I really enjoyed them. Even though some of the games I may have been able to get at a cheaper price on the exchange (maybe) it was nice to know we had the same seats each time. I am considering these once again, but have to check. I do have to say the game selection was a bit better last year team wise, but it may just be these are the teams that they are playing on a lot of the Monday/Tuesday games.
C4 Row E wrote:I wont have a problem getting rid of them once the season starts. I'm just trying to deflate my upfront costs that I'm paying right now. Most people don't realize sth have payments due nearly year round.
socket wrote:I don't get why people come in to a thread and attack people selling tickets at STH price. If you don't want them just don't buy them. And yeah, the last two payments hurt. I completely forgot it starts so early ever offseason.
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