Brewers tickets: Available for cheap
Find some loose change under the cushion of your couch and you just might be able to buy a ticket to watch the Milwaukee Brewers.
|Hey brother, can you spare a dime for a baseball ticket? (original by Getty Images)|
As CBSSports.com colleague Matt Snyder recently observed, the Brewers are playing darn good baseball of late and are even clinging to playoff life. But you wouldn't know it by the prices of certain tickets.
To be sure, the secondary-ticket market produces some thoroughly strange results from time to time, but, as Time points out, this is something else altogether ...
Lately, however, it looks like the fans snatching up those early-season deals were overpaying. Earlier this week, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel noticed that tickets to Monday night’s Braves-Brewers game were being offered for as little as 27¢ apiece at the resale site StubHub.com.
A more recent look at Brewers tickets available at StubHub showed that through Tuesday afternoon, tickets were priced starting at a single penny each for the game that night, and just 8¢ each for Wednesday night’s game, both versus the Atlanta Braves. These ultra-cheap tickets are being offered even as the Brewers still “have a slim chance of making the playoffs,” as the Journal Sentinel mentioned.
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