Husker fans who initially came up empty-handed for spring game tickets have another chance to attend Saturday’s football ritual — at a price now less than in the weeks after they sold out.Some tickets were being offered Thursday for less than $20 on sites such as StubHub and Ticket Express.That’s still more than the $10 face value. But that price hike doesn’t carry as big a sting as some of the prices on the secondary market when tickets first went on sale. Husker fans in February swarmed for spring game tickets, which sold out in just over 24 hours — a first in school history.Some tickets on the secondary market were then offered for hundreds of dollars.Chad Carr, president of Omaha-based Ticket Express, said tickets on his website Thursday started at $17.The majority of tickets were priced from $20 to $40, he said, but topped out at $149.He said that in early February, his ticket prices ranged from $40 to $195, with the bulk of them in the $40 to $65 … [Read more...] about Still looking for Husker spring game tickets? Now might be time to buy
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Sports by Rick Maese by Rick Maese Email the author April 25 at 7:00 AM Email the author U.S. Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.) publicized the fact that she gave up her Titans season tickets. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP) Football jumped off the sports pages last fall, as protesting NFL players and contentious national anthem debates prompted rhetoric from elected officials, fodder at political rallies and grist for social media feeds. Now, as an important election season nears, the sport is being used as a political football to charm pliable voting blocs. Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.), in the midst of a race for the Tennessee … [Read more...] about A Tennessee gubernatorial candidate’s political football? Titans season tickets.
World 2018 World Cup Scalpers are reportedly selling tickets to desperate World Cup fans for as much as $2,300 for one match. Russian organizers and FIFA claimed to be cracking down on ticket resellers. However, the Associated Press reported on Thursday that one of its journalists was approached six times within an hour to buy tickets. According to the report, the tickets were for luxury category 1 seats. One was being sold for $150 above the original price. Online, tickets to the most popular matches were being sold for as much as $2,300, according to the Associated Press. To put that number in perspective, the most expensive original ticket price, which is for a category 1 seat at the final match, is about $1,060 (66,000 rubles). Volunteers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, stand outside the newly opened FIFA main ticket office in central Moscow on April 18, 2018 KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images Recommended Slideshows 51 In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military … [Read more...] about World Cup Tickets Reportedly Sold For $2,300 Per Match By Scalpers
Disgruntled leaders find new platforms to contest upcoming elections 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Hazara division: No party tickets given so far: PTIAsif Zubair Sheikh dispells rumours that the party tickets were awarded to the candidatesGeneral elections: PTI deadline for party tickets now May 14Receives more than 2,900 applications for tickets to contest electionsSenior PTI members disgruntled as party ignores old faces, hands tickets to newbiesTickets are instead being awarded to those who could not even stay sincere to their own parties and jumped ship … [Read more...] about Candidates rejected by mainstream seek tickets from fringe parties
Tickets are instead being awarded to those who could not even stay sincere to their own parties and jumped ship 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Chief election commissioner calls on PM MulkSecond phase of electoral process commencesBNP-M, MMA to jointly contest elections from KhuzdarPledge to continue alliance after elections for welfare of provinceCandidates throng RO offices to submit forms for upcoming electionsElection commissioner says 122 forms submitted for NA’s 16 seats, while 539 for provincial assemblyQadir Magsi announces contesting elections from Zardari's constituencyNationalist leader asks other parties to support him against PPP in NA-213 Shaheed Benazirabad … [Read more...] about Senior PTI members disgruntled as party ignores old faces, hands tickets to newbies