Spoken like a true Rangers fan. All the "real" fans decided to turn a profit instead of going to see the team play.
A lot of the real fans sold their tickets. We did. We got 200 apiece. For fans, it's a choice between going and getting money back on your investment. Most knew they were winning this series. We went to 1 game. With so much demand because some people "have to be there," you can get 2-3 times worth the price. I spoke to a guy last night at a bar and he said he made big money last year on Stanley Cup tickets and was able to basically pay for this season. The secondary market has become a big factor due to the new arenas. Especially if there's high demand. The Rangers are a hot ticket. Same for the Islanders if they find their way past the Capitals. That will be an expensive ticket.
thecoffeecakeMember Since 31 Aug 2008
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