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Aside from stubhub and ticket city, does anyone have suggestions for Ohio state football ticket purchasing ?
Ebay has a lot and you can find deals when a bunch of tickets hit at once (august)
bluechiptickets.com they are by far the best. Just go on and compare seats and prices. The reason is simple they are local, right on Kenny road in Cbus. They are able to get the tickets straight from season ticket holders and you can pick them up local to avoid that dreaded 20.00$ S&L charge. They still add on those misc charges like everyone else, but just not as much. They will also work with you. If they don't have tickets in their online inventory, send an email and tell them what you are looking for and they will try to help you out. They also will exchange tickets, that you had previously purchased from them, if you find better seats, on their site, for a like price.
Used to be a ticket broker myself. The market got so saturated that I got out of the biz.
I'll give you the best tip. Some like it but some don't. The main thing you need to execute this strategy is PATIENCE. For any game, you must understand...there are tickets available even after the opening whistle. So be patient and you'll find a ticket I PROMISE.
You go to Craigslist the morning of a game. You find people selling an you ca as many as you need to. With as many tickets that are available, especially for instance at a OSU home game, situations occur EVERY WEEK that somebody can not make the game. Family, work, etc. they will try leading up to the event to make money on the ticket. Some will but some won't since the market is so saturated and there are tickets everywhere. Your job is be patient and find the ones that don't sell due to saturation and buy them. My average price per ticket last year was $33 to go to the games. That includes the Michigan game.
Thank you for all the advice.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
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