gyre wrote:Watching the Louis CK interview, it seems that they hunt down as many scalpers as possible and void tickets.
However, they do not tell anyone which tickets are voided until they try to use them.
'Death From the Skies' sort of approach.
I didn't include the complete list. Please check it yourself...Q: How can I know that the ticket I am buying is valid?
A: The only real way to know a ticket is real and valid is to buy it from someone you know and trust. Before you buy a ticket from a third party, check to make sure it is not listed below as a ticket number that has been canceled or voided.
Below is a list of ticket numbers that have been voided. Tickets listing these numbers are not valid for entry to Burning Man 2012 and will not work when scanned at the front gate of the event. Tickets can be canceled for various reasons, including (but not limited to) being reported as stolen and being sold at a price inflated above face value. Please note that just because a ticket number does not appear on this list does not guarantee its authenticity & validity.
I didn't include the complete list. Please check it yourself...[/quote]stretch80 wrote:The list of tickets that have been voided is published on the Burning Man ticket website:
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