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Apr 5, 15, 10:18 PM #16
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pay as much as I paid for the tickets as just a souveneir. I bought them to have just for that fact but also to see the game. No way people will pay $600 for the tickets after the fact, even as a collector item.
to give you an idea how much championship game tickets or ticket stubs go for. I did some research on eBay. Looking at past NCAA championship game ticket stubs are going for $5 - $15
Not a lot of money.Advertisement
Last edited by Hellbird; Apr 5, 15 at 10:38 PM.
Apr 6, 15, 06:59 AM #17Darren Rovell had a few tweets yesterday and it looked like people were getting about 25% of what they originally paid.
Apr 6, 15, 07:33 AM #18I guess that surprises me since getting to the Final 4 is not always certain and sometimes rare for some schools (e.g. Wisconsin). My target audience was intended to be alumni with big bucks and not college students with empty pockets. @Hellbird, I have been to plenty of homes in the NKY area which have dens and bar areas which could double as hall of fames or sports museums. I am not one of them. For some people, price is not an issue when they get a chance to stick their chests and brag about some of their memorabilia to friends, family, and other visitors.
Apr 6, 15, 08:44 AM #19
I just bought 2 tickets for $50. Looking forward to rooting against Duke.
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