Radiohead Live in Taipei

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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby DiveAsia » 19 Jan 2012, 13:26

Well, that was kinda pointless. I don't know how anyone could have gotten tickets, I was unsuccessful and will most likely have to resort to scalpers.
Can anyone tell me where these Section A tickets are being scalped?
Thanks
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 19 Jan 2012, 13:37

DiveAsia wrote:Well, that was kinda pointless. I don't know how anyone could have gotten tickets, I was unsuccessful and will most likely have to resort to scalpers.
Can anyone tell me where these Section A tickets are being scalped?
Thanks


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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby cake » 04 Feb 2012, 13:28

the bear wrote:
cake wrote:Is it standing or seated/standing?


it's a radiohead concert, not kenny g.

And this is Taiwan not London.

From past experience of that venue it will be seating that is not used as everyone will stand anyway.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby citizen k » 04 Feb 2012, 13:38

cake wrote:From past experience of that venue it will be seating that is not used as everyone will stand anyway.


You may be thinking of the TWTC on Xinyi Rd which used to be a popular venue for international acts. I've been to see Oasis and Massive Attack at the WTC in Nangang and both were general admission.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby trubadour » 22 Feb 2012, 08:29

scalps a'scalping at $7000-7500
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby adguy » 22 Feb 2012, 09:38

trubadour wrote:scalps a'scalping at $7000-7500


whereabouts?
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 22 Feb 2012, 09:55

adguy wrote:
trubadour wrote:scalps a'scalping at $7000-7500


whereabouts?


http://tw.search.bid.yahoo.com/search/a ... 1&ei=UTF-8

I'm seeing different prices but they may be minimum bids.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby trubadour » 22 Feb 2012, 13:57

who would sell for the same price they bought it at?
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 22 Feb 2012, 15:58

trubadour wrote:who would sell for the same price they bought it at?


I've bought tickets for sold out concerts before from people with comped tickets (sponsors etc.) Apparently they prefer to sell them at face value since they didn't pay anything for them. Ethical people, who knew?
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