Monday, August 3, 2015

Fan buys 18 Sixers tickets for less than a buck

Remember when you used to be able to get a free Phillies ticket just by buying a pack of hot dogs? Well, it appears that Sixers tickets aren't worth anything even close to the cost of a hot dog these days.

Fan buys 18 Sixers tickets for less than a buck

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h/t @mleif
h/t @mleif

Remember when you used to be able to get a free Phillies ticket just by buying a pack of hot dogs? Well, it appears that Sixers tickets aren't worth anything even close to the cost of a hot dog these days.

Hundreds of tickets for tonight's Sixers vs. Pacers matchup at the Wells Fargo Center are selling for less than a nickel on StubHub

One enterprising Sixers fan on Twitter decided that with prices that low, he may as well buy an entire row. 

 

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I'm about to buy an entire row. You can sit with me, @sixersceoadam. twitter.com/mleif/status/2…

— Sixto Lezcano (@mleif) February 6, 2013

 

There's no word on whether Adam Aron, the Sixers' CEO will in fact join @mleif at the game. 

 

The follow-up tweet is the best part: all 18 tickets didn't even amount to a full dollar. 

Why buy the whole row? "It seemed like a funny idea, and the extra space to stretch out was a plus," said @mleif via text message. Can't argue with that.

In case you're going to the game tonight, @mleif shouldn't be too hard to spot: he'll be the guy sitting all by himself in a row in the upper levels of the WFC. And, yes, he's going alone; his girlfriend turned him down when he asked her to go with him. Does that say more about the state of the Sixers or the state of his relationship? 

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