It’s no surprise to find counterfeit tickets at major sporting events. However, fake tickets for a high school graduation is a whole new ballgame.
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The Texas Rangers open their 2013 home schedule with a three game set against the Los Angeles Angels beginning Friday at 1:05 p.m.
Major League Baseball’s average ticket price rose 2.7 percent to $27.73 this year for non-premium seats, the steepest rise since a 5 percent hike in 2009, according to the Team Marketing Report.
When a Texan buys a concert or sporting event ticket, is it a license to have a great time or does it become personal property that can be sold or traded?
Major League Baseball has agreed to a new five-year deal with StubHub as its secondary ticket market.
Southwest Airlines Co. has announced discounts of up to 40 percent on some fares through mid-February.
It seems fans aren’t the only ones who like it when the Texas Rangers get in the playoffs; police say criminals like it too. Now police in Arlington are issuing a warning about buying counterfeit tickets.
Starting tomorrow, Tuesday September 4th at 9:00 a.m., fans can log on to the Rangers website and register for a lottery to purchase up to two tickets for one of the three possible 2012 ALDS games.
If you are avoiding paying a ticket in Dallas, then you are part of what the city sees as a multimillion dollar problem. Of the $43 million worth of fines and ticket charges handed out last year, only $13 million was collected.
Early Monday afternoon, fans leaned against counters outside of Rangers Ballpark in Arlington talking to ticket sellers through the thick glass. Almost every window in the long line of ticket vendors had someone waiting to spend money for a ballgame. This is a regular-season buzz unlike anything Texas Rangers management has seen before.
Today is a good day to think back and try to remember if you have an unpaid traffic ticket, because tomorrow is the sixth annual Texas warrant roundup.