He's got every right to sell the ticket for as much as he can if that's what he wants to do. I just though it was ironic he wasn't capable of selling it on Stubhub himself, but would feel much better if he sold it on Stubhub.
And you don't understand what ironic means, but that's ok.
"But letís see if the Cyclones can give everyone a nice big ****burger to eat. Opportunity awaits." -Brent Blum
So in other words, he would feel much better making as much money as he can off of this ticket instead of helping you out, cause you really aren't that great of a guy. And he's so great, he needs people to help him every step of the way in doing this.
At least have the balls to put this in the thread instead of putting it in a rep comment.
FYI - don't discredit yourself, you get banned of your own accord.
I'm a season ticket holder looking to sell a ticket and would prefer not to mail them if possibleLooking on Stubhub at KSU tickets for this weekend and seeing a bunch of tickets that are marked as instant download or electronic delivery. My understanding is that you can only do that if the tickets are in PDF format originally. Stubhub has multiple warnings saying you can't just scan them and create a PDF.So my question is am I missing something? I'm a season ticket holder, is there a PDF version I can get a hold of?
I bought two tickets to the ISU game in IC earlier this year on CF. Just sent a private message to the seller and we worked it out flawlessly. Great seats. Great day. I paid the prices as listed on StubHub and was fine with it.
Last edited by leroycyclone; 10-08-2012 at 05:35 PM.
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