March 22, 2011

When to Buy? Sports Tickets Not Same as Airline

Nat'l Science Found., National Science Foundation


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Trying to buy a ticket to a sold-out game? To get the cheapest price you have a decision to make: when to buy. During a visit to a sold-out basketball game at Duke University, "Science Nation" put the question to some die-hard Duke Blue Devil fans just prior to tip-off. With tickets in hand, many were adamant that the closer to game time, the more costly the ticket.

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TAGGED: Airplane, Sports, Economics

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