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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4695 on: September 10, 2021, 08:10:05 pm »
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4696 on: September 10, 2021, 08:23:27 pm »
I do not count that as reopening


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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4697 on: September 10, 2021, 08:25:48 pm »
And Seth very much so got on here all the time and told us the sky would fall and concerts would become astronomically high if FSS opened and there was more competition in the area. Youíre parroting this line. 

i realize you're quick to dismiss everything seth says out of hand, but basic market theory is undeniable.  just because you don't like the speaker doesn't mean you can ignore supply and demand.

And the reality is, that was ass. DC was consistently much higher than other comparable markets for tickets 15 years ago and now: not so much. A DC show (especially ones at The Clib) much more look comparable to other markets now. Prices did not inflate in DC any quicker than they inflated in Philly just because now IMP had to bid vs someone else. The market doesnít contain that sort of elasticity.
 
there is a pandora's box of variable that contribute to the historical trends of concert tickets (a highly localized product).  pointing to a single variable and saying it proves why the price of a ticket here is (or isn't) comparable to the price of a ticket somewhere else isn't insightful. you look at philly and see that trend, i look at NYC and i don't see it.
Im going to reply to this when Iím in front of a real keyboard and not on a phone. Youíre very much being dishonest about what Iím saying and you donít understand the natural financial constraints to supply and demand, bro. Now if youíll excuse me, boarder favorites Julian Baker and Lucy Dacus gotta rock Richmond.
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4698 on: September 10, 2021, 08:33:11 pm »

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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4701 on: October 06, 2021, 01:52:29 pm »
Brooklyn Steel is 1800 capacity so if you think you can move 36,000 tickets that is impressive

These shows will sell out on the first day of onsale. Now accepting wagers.

presale tix sold out immediately.  these are the most rabid fans so you'd expect even higher demand than for the public onsale, but it certainly bodes well for my prediction.  apparently three of the shows are exclusive AMEX cardholder-only shows, all tickets were available this morning, and all sold out.  sounds like a sizeable portion of the tix went on sale today.
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4702 on: October 06, 2021, 01:54:32 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter



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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4703 on: October 06, 2021, 03:10:59 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter
Calculating the Marriott Bonvoy points you have accumulated with the ticket purchase while listening to Losing My Edge is classic losing of one's edge.
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4704 on: October 06, 2021, 04:37:44 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter
Calculating the Marriott Bonvoy points you have accumulated with the ticket purchase while listening to Losing My Edge is classic losing of one's edge.

As a platinum member, I completely relate and totally object.

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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4705 on: October 06, 2021, 06:56:14 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter
Calculating the Marriott Bonvoy points you have accumulated with the ticket purchase while listening to Losing My Edge is classic losing of one's edge.

As a platinum member, I completely relate and totally object.
As Titanium, please donít you dare make eye contact with me.
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4706 on: October 06, 2021, 07:33:39 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter
Calculating the Marriott Bonvoy points you have accumulated with the ticket purchase while listening to Losing My Edge is classic losing of one's edge.

As a platinum member, I completely relate and totally object.
As Titanium, please donít you dare make eye contact with me.

platinum  >> titanium... whatcha talkin' about, plebe?
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4707 on: October 06, 2021, 07:55:08 pm »
Talk about corporate selloutÖ. Thatís a bit gross for meÖ.shows specifically for AMEX holders? Might make for some great preshow banter
Calculating the Marriott Bonvoy points you have accumulated with the ticket purchase while listening to Losing My Edge is classic losing of one's edge.

As a platinum member, I completely relate and totally object.
As Titanium, please donít you dare make eye contact with me.

platinum  >> titanium... whatcha talkin' about, plebe?
Titanium and Titanium Ambassador are the highest publicly accessible levels in Bonvoy. Only surpassed by Cobalt (which requires CEO approval) and 5-Star which requires Mr Marriott himself signing off.
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Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4708 on: October 06, 2021, 09:50:16 pm »
What about my Cracker Barrel Large Gut Club Card.  I got points, baby.

Re: Just Announced Commentary - 2011 Edition
« Reply #4709 on: October 06, 2021, 09:51:44 pm »
Isnít there a thread for this
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