jim m wrote:
I don't know if it is a scam. Conorb vouching for the guy is good enough for me. I don't think he was making fun of where you are from more logistics would prevent you from making the purchase. He already has made arrangements to redeem the tickets in Phoenix. So it is his call whether he chooses to sell them or not. I don't think it matters what he does with the money. They are his to do with what he wants. Selling above face value is frowned on here. That would be my only concern. He posted the availability of his tickets and contact info. Nothing more needs to be said.
Voice of reason.
See that's the thing, Jim. These tickets were part of the litho purchase which was I believe $500 plus $75 shipping. Now the seats have a value but I will not have the tickets in hand till day of show to see what's printed on them, if anything. Maybe someone knows what the face value would be from Ticketmaster and could post it here. The meet and greet? Well that should have value too. I'm not looking to make a fortune here, that's why I decided to donate some of the proceeds. (Let's say, $100). The rest would offset the cost of the litho. AND two fellow Joe fans can have a concert experience that they will never forget for the rest of their lives. No scam here.