Last week, Sharon Osgood told the San Jose Mercury News she was disappointed that resale prices for tickets to Super Bowl XLVII were averaging more than three grand a pop. The Hayward, Calif., resident kept looking, and eventually she found someone on Craigslist who was offering four seats for $5,900—double face…
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He's got some good leads, though. Glengarry leads. "Some people seem to forget I come from the business environment. So I got contacts at ESPN, USAToday, you name it. So I'm going to work it out." [NOLA]
Yeah, in reality, turns out they're not going for anywhere near that high. And in addition here's some great Super Bowl parties you can crash.
Lower premium box seats for the Super Bowl going for as much as $9,995 with ticket brokers. Good thing the economy is in bad shape or they wouldn't be affordable. [StubHub]