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8-12-2008 @ 7:58PM
nerdrage. This was such a morale dropper in our guild, where 7 of us were trying to go, and 2 of us got their tickets (not from want of trying on all counts). The supply / demand ratio combined with the technical infrastructure to support it was just a complete fail.It's their product, and they have the right to sell it/arrange it as they see fit, but wow- this just doesn't seem like a very positive experience for most people. How many man years were poured into trying to buy tickets by people who failed to get them? There's really no market disincentive for showing such a blatant lack of appreciation of your customer base, but I wish there was...
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