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    Default Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    I finally got some extra cash to cough up for the TV on the Radio gigs at the Fonda and now they are sold out...anybody know of a way to get tickets at the Fonda through a box office or through another affiliate. They don't have any contact numbers except for some vague company directory/voice message line. I just want to avoid giving my money to vicious scalpers...anybody have any ideas???

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    Default Re: Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    I think sold out means there are no tickets left. so maybe just try showing up the night of the shows and seeing if anyone has an extra ticket because their friend flaked or something like that.
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    Default Re: Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    You can try Craigslist when it gets closer to the show. Sometimes nice people who can't make it will sell their tickets for face.

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    I think EBAY is a good source to buy tickets for sold out shows, but the ticket agencies seem to sell tickets for higher prices. I heard websites like stubhub charge high fees in addition to the cost of a ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kroqken View Post
    I think EBAY is a good source to buy tickets for sold out shows, but the ticket agencies seem to sell tickets for higher prices. I heard websites like stubhub charge high fees in addition to the cost of a ticket.
    i think its a little too late

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    Default Re: Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    It is not too late to use ebay for any upcoming concert, just too late for the concert described in the top thread.

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    Default Re: Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    stubhub is legit but VERY expensive.
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    Default Re: Frequent LA concertgoers...HELP!!!

    It's now also a subsidiary of eBay.

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    I did not know that EBAY bought Stubhum? Damn that EBAY is one rich corporation.

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    Doesn't eBay own paypal as well ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Funkaho View Post
    Man, the Beatles were overrated like gravity is overrated. ......... Say what you want, but statements like "the Beatles were overrated" make me much less likely to listen to anything you say afterward.

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