so, uh

Jun. 23rd, 2013 10:42 pm
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 remember that whole "i'm playing a game of roulette with stubhub and waiting for cheap fall out boy tickets" thing? yeah, it's still going on. and my show is.... let's see. friday. 

instant download tickets right now are $79 + $5, so $84. and jesus. i seriously cannot pay that much. i mean, i would pay $74. but not $84. i just can't afford it. i owe my dad tons of money and i'm also considering all of the cash i'm going to blow at Warped. 

the cheapest thing right now is a UPS ticket which is $50 + $17, so $67, which is a lot better. but it says it would arrive on thursday. should i do this? like, there's a super high chance that it (A) is fake and (B) won't arrive by thursday, and in both cases i would be royally fucked. 

my mother is encouraging me to keep waiting for the instant download tickets to get cheaper. there are 13 instant download GA tickets left. and now i'm getting to anxious about it that i'm fucking crying and i feel sick. not the best way to start out a week, especially one that's supposed to be great. 

advice? 

x

Date: 2013-06-24 04:42 am (UTC)
bunniewabbit: (these are the lives you'd love to lead)
From: [personal profile] bunniewabbit
I wouldn't risk the UPS one, personally. It's hard to know whether the prices will drop before the show, or not, but it might be worth waiting another day, maybe two.

Have you tried Craigslist? Sometimes people will sell tickets they can't use on there. Also, do an occasional Twitter search, because sometimes people will offer to sell tickets on there. And I know there were a few people selling tickets outside the venue at my show, but that's really leaving everything up to chance. Sorry I can't be more help than that!

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