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8-13-2008 @ 5:33PM
I think you might be lost. You do understand WoW Insider isn't a human rights blog, right?Either way, my friends and I all independently attempted to get tickets for Blizzcon. All 4 of us failed. I wanted to go, did everything I could to get tickets, but there were only so many tickets, and I was one of the unlucky ones. That's how it goes. One thing they could have done is to make the tickets so expensive that fewer people would be willing to pay for them. I also think this would have lowered the number of people trying to scalp tickets. The problem is that they'd be kind of screwing over certain fans who wanted to go, but couldn't simply couldn't afford $200 tickets. I don't know. I'll let you decide which is more fair. Giving it to people who had fast browsers or people with lots of money? Either way, I'll be reading about it on WoWInsider. Maybe I'll get a ticket from the undoubtedly large segment of people, who just want the in game pet, but don't want to actually attend.
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