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mfitz804

Member Since 23 Dec 2013
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In Topic: Class Action Lawsuit brought over Devils StubHub Restrictions

27 April 2015 - 07:49 PM

I sold a bunch too, thankfully StubHub added the option not to list your seat numbers so that helps keep their Inspector Javerts at bay for the moment.  I only sold one pair instant download and that was literally last-minute after I ran out of time on Ticketexchange.


If nothing else, excellent Inspector Javert reference. Not anticipated on a hockey site.

In Topic: What were the Devils thinking?

26 April 2015 - 08:45 PM

How is one part of a problem when there was no idea or recollection that there was a problem. Pure ignorance is all this is.


Not recognizing the problem WAS the problem.

In Topic: What were the Devils thinking?

25 April 2015 - 07:43 PM

The issue is not so much the concussion, but the negligence when it comes to the seizure. Pretty sh!tty of the management staff not to send him to a neurologist following that episode.


Honestly, if I had a grand mal seizure following a concussion, I wouldn't be waiting for anyone to "send" me to a neurologist. Maybe the team has done blame, but so does Peluso.

In Topic: Class Action Lawsuit brought over Devils StubHub Restrictions

22 April 2015 - 09:54 PM

I sold 20 games on stubhub this season and didn't have a problem.


There you go. No shortage of tix on StubHub.

In Topic: Class Action Lawsuit brought over Devils StubHub Restrictions

22 April 2015 - 08:49 PM

That is a good question, and StubHub has an interest in proving that. But StubHub didn't agree to the Devils' (or Warriors) terms, they have standing to bring such a lawsuit.

Limitations on your rights can be included in a contract as long as they aren't unconscionable. And since you can still sell your tickets, it's not unconscionable.

And there is no monopoly, obviously, because there's still tons of Devils tickets for sale on StubHub and elsewhere.

Also, is the limitation placed on ALL tickets, or just season tickets? If it's just season tickets, that's even more reason they can limit resale, because you are trading that right for whatever benefits season tickets find with (I assume cheaper price, special events, etc).

If you don't want to be so limited, you could in theory buy tickets to all of the home games and not be limited as to where you can resell them.