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    StubHub Ticket Question

    As many of you know, StubHub is often the cheapest way to go to a Mets game these days. I've noticed since the start of last season (or maybe even before that), all the StubHub tickets disappear about two hours before the start of the game. One second there will be around 700 tickets remaining for the game, and the next second there will be 0 for sale. Does anyone have an explanation for this? Does StubHub not sell tickets that close to game time?
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    yes it is a stubhub thing, but that only happened to me when I tried to get Mets tickets

    maybe its a baseball thing? I don't have the same problem with Magic tickets

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ5382:28342507
    As many of you know, StubHub is often the cheapest way to go to a Mets game these days. I've noticed since the start of last season (or maybe even before that), all the StubHub tickets disappear about two hours before the start of the game. One second there will be around 700 tickets remaining for the game, and the next second there will be 0 for sale. Does anyone have an explanation for this? Does StubHub not sell tickets that close to game time?
    The Mets will often dump their unsold tickets on Stub Hub. My guess is they remove them after a certain time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanofclendennon View Post
    The Mets will often dump their unsold tickets on Stub Hub. My guess is they remove them after a certain time.
    Is that true? I didn't know that was even legal. I thought Stubhub was for resale only.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ5382 View Post
    As many of you know, StubHub is often the cheapest way to go to a Mets game these days. I've noticed since the start of last season (or maybe even before that), all the StubHub tickets disappear about two hours before the start of the game. One second there will be around 700 tickets remaining for the game, and the next second there will be 0 for sale. Does anyone have an explanation for this? Does StubHub not sell tickets that close to game time?
    Why would you care about going to games? Weren't you making threads about how the season is lost and this franchise is pathetic after game one? Guess all hope is restored now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradHolt4CYoung View Post
    Why would you care about going to games? Weren't you making threads about how the season is lost and this franchise is pathetic after game one? Guess all hope is restored now.
    No, I never did that. Get your facts straight before you lash out at someone. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Magoo:28343995
    Quote Originally Posted by fanofclendennon View Post
    The Mets will often dump their unsold tickets on Stub Hub. My guess is they remove them after a certain time.
    Is that true? I didn't know that was even legal. I thought Stubhub was for resale only.
    Last I checked there are no laws against selling products on a secondary market. Dont have any links for you, just something ive heard through the years.
    "Mr. Martin Tanner, Baritone, of Dayton, Ohio made his Town Hall debut last night. He came well prepared, but unfortunately his presentation was not up to contemporary professional standards. His voice lacks the range of tonal color necessary to make it consistently interesting. Full time consideration of another endeavor might be in order."

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    Just go to Stubhub's office on 1440 Broadway. They'll accommodate you with last minute tickets either way.

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