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There are plenty of tickets to the BCS National Championship Game, but ordinary fans don’t have a shot at scoring any.
While fans have a shot at purchasing tickets to events like the Super Bowl, World Series and college basketball’s Final Four, college football fans who hoped to pay face value ($300-$350) for one of the 72,000 seats inside the Superdome on Monday night had no chance to do so. There is no internet sale. No lottery. Nothing…
If the average fan wanted to buy a ticket to the game, they would have to go through a secondary outlet. Yesterday, the lowest price on TicketCity.com - an official sponsor for the BCS title game – was $1,285, a 400 percent markup. The highest price was $5,200.
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