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Tickets Are More Valuable When People Have Options

Imagine that you were considering buying a car for $25,000. It’s a car you like, and the payment fits your budget. You’re about to sign the paperwork when you notice a little provision at the bottom that says, “I hereby agree that I may not sell this car to a third party at any time.” In other words, you own this car ’til the wheels come off or blue smoke starts rising from the engine while you’re going down the …

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Consumers Getting Wise to Primary-Secondary Market Shenanigans

A man in New Jersey who bought some pretty expensive tickets to the Super Bowl is suing the NFL for not releasing more tickets to be sold to the general public. His claim is that, according to New Jersey law, at least five percent of tickets must be available for regular people to buy. I don’t know anything about the merits of his case, but it shows that consumers are getting savvy to the idea that the primary market sellers …

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