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.
Fort Worth- based American Airlines has escalated its legal fight with a leading ticket-reservations system by accusing Sabre Holdings Corp. of organizing a boycott of American by travel agents.
Following its first bowl appearance in 17 years there’s been a bit more excitement over Baylor football this offseason then in years past.
Thousands of Mavericks fans pinned their hopes on a lottery last week for the chance to buy an NBA Finals ticket. But a few dozen people just got in line at the American Airlines center a few hours before the game Sunday and were able to nab tickets.
The Dallas Cowboys football team is reminding season ticket holders that most of them have until May 1st to pay for their seats at Cowboys Stadium.
Coming off their first World Series, the Rangers increased from 19 to 29 the number of home dates considered premier games with higher prices.
105.3 The Fan is giving away Texas Rangers playoff tickets!
If you don’t already have your World Series tickets, your out of luck.