bradtem wrote:There are ways to do this without putting a name on the ticket (and thus demanding ID to enter.) In fact, much easier is to just use the credit card used to buy the tickets, which can be quickly read and verified with a swipe, though you need a backup method if the card is lost/stolen. Also it can't be a prepaid card as scalpers would just buy lots of those. For those, and for the backup, a jpeg of your face, tattoos or genitals (if you plan to arrive naked) is all that's needed -- not your name.
And, as you will see in discussion of this in other threads, it also is no big problem to let one person have multiple tickets tied to them. The other people don't need to be identified in any way, as long as they enter the gate with the multi-ticket holder. In theory, a very dedicated and expensive scalper could sell you the chance to come into BM with them for a large price, but that doesn't really scale, does it.
gpickard wrote:Can be returned to burning man if one can't attend. BM will refund full or partial... BM can resell to those on waiting list.
Galaxo Magic wrote:If ticket outlets only had $400 tickets then they would not get swamped and those of us that have that kind of money do not mind paying for the convenience of having ticket in hand.
Just some ideas on an otherwise overcast day.
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