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December 20, 2004

Cubs Convention Tickets

I have found an individual selling Cubs Convention tickets, who is willing to sell up to 6 tickets for $125 a piece, with no shipping and handling, you just have to show up to the Hilton and pick them up. Here is the email he sent me...

Byron,

Here is what I could suggest. I have reserved two rooms at the Hilton in order to get the tickets. Only my wife and I attend, so this leaves me with 6 tickets to sell in addition to the 4 that I was lucky enough to get through the Cubs telephone sales. The 4 tickets from the Cubs are being mailed this week, and the tickets from the Hilton I will not get until Friday of the convention. In order to save shipping costs you could purchase one of the tickets I will pick up at the Hilton on that Friday. I have done this in past years and it works out well. You pay me for the ticket, I give you my home, work, and cell phone numbers and we meet at the hotel on Friday for me to give you your ticket.

I usually wait to post the hotel tickets until mid January (prices on e-bay go higher, and pick-up vs. last minute delivery is better) but I am willing to pre-sell at the $ 125.00 price if you or your inquirers are interested.

This is the email I sent him...

Hi, I run a cubs fan website and am interested in getting a pass to the convention. I also have had several people email me looking for passes. I was wondering if we could work out some kind of a package deal, and get the price down a few bucks each? My budget is $125 total for my ticket, including shipping and handling. If I give you the email addresses of those who have asked me about tickets, would you sell it to me for $125 total?

This individual has a very good track record on eBay, with a 99.3% positive feedback, and enough A++++++++'s to make me feel confident in the guy. Of course, I don't know him nor can I guarantee anything, but if you wish to buy tickets from him, please send me an email in the next few days, and I will pass along his email address, and ebay profile.

Posted by Byron at December 20, 2004 12:27 PM | Bookmark and Share

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