Marlins turning to Groupon to sell tickets to home opener
Of course the Marlins are turning to Groupon in order to put people in the seats for the home opener at Marlins Park.
There's nothing particularly unusual or condemnable about a team turning to flash-mob discounter Groupon in order to sell tickets. But damned if we won't use that as a cudgel with which to beat on the hapless Marlins!
Yes, the Marlins, in the service of a non-humiliating turnout for the home opener, are turning to Groupon in order to get people
on the dancefloor to the ballpark. Action-news photographic evidence ...
Now, now: Let's not all crash the server at once.
On the upside, you get a merchandise voucher and refrigerator magnet as part of the package. So there's that.
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