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Radiohead Live in Taipei

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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby clippersan » 20 Jun 2012, 15:27

Hey I've got 6 B section tickets. face value 2500NT. Selling for 4000nt per or best offer. Will only take cash and in person anywhere close to chung xiao area in taipei. PM me if your interested in them.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby kingcommonality » 25 Jun 2012, 22:07

clippersan - tell me you still have those tickets
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby clippersan » 26 Jun 2012, 10:33

Still got them.

kingcommonality wrote:clippersan - tell me you still have those tickets
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby Radiohead2012 » 30 Jun 2012, 10:16

I have 4 more ASection tickets available. PM me if anyone is interested.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby plasmatron » 30 Jun 2012, 18:12

4 Section B tickets available, at the original price of NT$2,500 each. PM me.

Sold. Thanks.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby citizen k » 01 Jul 2012, 01:15

So now all the people who scooped up 10 tickets each at the presale are starting to get antsy??? :raspberry:
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby doggylover14 » 01 Jul 2012, 16:16

can someone explain to me the websites that have a 7/11 in the corner? Like I've found some tickets for sale on Yahoo and they all have a little 7/11 logo in the corner. What is that about? Does that mean I can buy the tickets at 7/11?
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 01 Jul 2012, 19:26

doggylover14 wrote:can someone explain to me the websites that have a 7/11 in the corner? Like I've found some tickets for sale on Yahoo and they all have a little 7/11 logo in the corner. What is that about? Does that mean I can buy the tickets at 7/11?


I'm guessing it means you can wire the funds to the seller via 7/11.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby CanadianTeacher » 07 Jul 2012, 20:37

Anyone out there got two free tickets there willing to sell. Will try and scalp before the show, but thought I'd rather give my money to a stranger on Forumosa, then another random stranger.

Anyone got tickets left?
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby jqka » 08 Jul 2012, 22:26

CanadianTeacher wrote:Anyone out there got two free tickets there willing to sell. Will try and scalp before the show, but thought I'd rather give my money to a stranger on Forumosa, then another random stranger.

Anyone got tickets left?


I have 2 Section B tickets available,

at the original price of NT$2,500 each.

PM me, thanks.
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