BBadger wrote:It appears that "hoarding" is the new "scalping" this year, and this forum will be bombarded with every last person's idea on how to avoid "hoarding", most of which will not be feasible or reasonable. Case-in-point: the above post.
As for that post above, I don't want to wait a week or two to find out whether some schmuck has decided to actually buy the ticket that was reserved for him or her. Can you imagine that process going on and on and on as the next eligible schmuck gets his week to decide? And say that we just drop that ticket back into the pool after the first person is MIA: is that just a wasted cheaper-tier ticket?
No it won't work.
Just buy your damn ticket, and if you miss out, wait until June when there are spare tickets from the glut available.
Ha ha ha! You are SO predictable BBadger! I've already got my tickets from the Pre-Sale, so I'm bored now ... winding you up is a fun pastime!
And yes, it would work ... very efficiently actually.
Are you seriously suggesting we all shut the fuck up and be good little boys and girls? That surely would spoil your fun of posting on here?!
As it happens (see my other posts), I happen to agree with you ... just enter the draw - if you don't get a ticket, do the open sale, then the open market. My prediction is that a large majority will get the ticket they want ... maybe not at the price they would like, but hey ...
I am just suggesting a few tweaks to the existing system (which I really like by the way) that may help. Yes, I guess I'm just batting my gums.
My suggestion was just "hanging it out there". I've had experience of tickets for events using my suggested system that worked well for me.
Oh and by the way : with an "account" system, it also gives the account holder the opportunity to change the name and address of a ticket holder - say up to 6 weeks before the event. This would really simplify the after market.
Parting shot : Are you the guy who posted that nobody should ever go into debt on their credit cards? What fucking planet are you on mate? I agree, but that is not the real world!