$100 for a Bogus Concert Ticket

My absolute favorite thing to do for fun is go to concerts and sporting events. I always get my tickets well in advance and purchase directly from the box office or trusted sellers. Loved ones of mine like to live on the edge and bet on getting tickets right before the event. It isn’t a terrible idea if the show or game has plenty of seats to fill. But what fun is an event like that anyway?

We want to go to the best game matchups and see our favorite artists. Those events often get sold out and therefore leave fans no choice but to try to get tickets from independent sellers. This is most definitely going to happen during Bronco season this year and not just during the division games. As long as Peyton Manning is our quarterback, I predict every game will sell out.

Even if you’re not a sports fan (you must not be from Denver), almost everyone loves to go to a concert every now and then. Recently I bought tickets for a show at Comfort Dental Amphitheater (which I still nostalgically refer to as “Fiddler’s”). I encouraged my friends and family to buy tickets when I did because they were general admission “on the lawn” tickets.

They didn’t listen.

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