@unoclay said:Ouch. Stubhub scalped tickets? Paying over face....if possible, I recommend to ask your dad to try to avoid that in the future. Paying over face value isnt a good thing for anyone--the band asks us not to do it, and makes efforts to ensure all seats cost the same, in the interest of fairness. It also instills the scene with a sense of "everyone is equal", not "pay to play" like everything else in life.Sounds like a good time. I'd note for accuracy purposes or just to clarify, tickets to section 116 dont cost any more or less than seats in section 400 or whevever. Same price for all seats, Phish maintains this so the ticketing is as fair as possible. Maybe your mom was just surprised the seats were better than she expected?
He bought then via Stubhub some time in December, our original tickets were in the 200’s
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