Posted: Sep 28, 2010 7:33 AM by Bea Karnes, News First 5
Updated: Sep 28, 2010 7:34 AM
Tickets for a concert benefiting the victims of the wildfire near Boulder are being offered for hundreds of dollars despite efforts to prevent scalping.
The tickets officially went for $60 a piece and sold out in two minutes.
The Daily Camera reports that bidding for one pair of tickets reached $610 on eBay. Someone else offered to trade four tickets for a room in Mexico on Craigslist.
The tickets are paperless and concertgoers must swipe the credit card used to purchase the tickets to get in. One person selling a ticket is offering to walk in with the buyer but others aren't mentioning the rules.
The concert will be held Oct. 9 in Broomfield and will feature bands including The String Cheese Incident and Phish.