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5-21-2011 @ 1:41PM
I hate people who just buy them to sell them on ebay or something >.>
5-21-2011 @ 2:50PM
Pretty sure those tickets will get turned away at the door. Blizzard doesn't make money on this con- they use it as marketing, and that means keeping the price lower than it could go otherwise. Everyone trying to sell one on ebay is basically taking 500ish dollars out of blizzard's wallet.They have a name attached to them, no?
5-21-2011 @ 3:01PM
@Basil: Yes, they do. And evidently no one learned their lesson from last year. Blizzard trawled ebay and craigslist for those tickets and had them all pulled so all those people were stuck.
5-21-2011 @ 7:06PM
why would you hate them? theyre not selling YOUR ticket and blizzard has made money off their original ticket price either way.
5-22-2011 @ 2:58AM
Iroquois, actually they ARE selling someone's ticket.Scalpers buy all they can and sell them at a profit. Those tickets would have (not might have, definitely would have) been bought legitimately at Blizzard's price by someone who wanted to go.Every scalper transaction means 4 tickets yanked out of the reach of legit buyers.
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