AntiM wrote:I saw a few Utah burners last year who could not find last minute tickets. On the other hand, even after the sellout, I managed to facilitate tickets into the hands of four burners through generosity and gifting which I was able to be the middleman for. Both perspectives are valid at this point.
Although it is true, demand outstrips supply. I predict a good number of last minute can't goes in addition to those who must throw in the towel. And I am going to keep on alert to find tickets for eplayans I know are ticketless at this point in time.
Positive thing: volunteers this year will work their butts off for next year's tickets.
Oh, and that lovely weather we had last year? The wonderful hard packed surface? Not this year, it will be epic dust, the playa didn't get enough water over winter, not enough for the hard freeze. That will make 2013 be less in demand. Huzzah!
AntiM wrote:Positive thing: volunteers this year will work their butts off for next year's tickets.
The difference between buying a ticket from a scalper and prostituting yourself for one is, if you suck dick for a ticket and brag about it, burners will still respect you.
vacuumbed wrote:I also HAVE to go. What is the risk in buying from stub hub?
If there really are many more than 56,500 people who want attend, then ticket prices will likely exceed $1000
lucky420 wrote:If there really are many more than 56,500 people who want attend, then ticket prices will likely exceed $1000
only if people buy and support the blood sucking scalpers...
mama g wrote:i think my hubby and i are all done pouting, biting our nails, and generally fixating on the problem. it's solution time! somehow we will make it happen.
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