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[VIC] Australian Open Men's Singles Tennis Final $262 @ Ticketmaster

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25% discount for the cheap seats at tonight's final.

Who do you think will win?

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  • +1 vote

    Free on tv and I don't have to wear a mask at home. No thanks.

    • +2 votes

      Not too sure why you have been downvoted. It's true.

  • +6 votes

    Who do you think will win?

    OzBargain will win with free Maccas from Uber Eats 😋

  • +6 votes

    Still don’t feel safe attending big event like this, too many people so I will skip this year

    • -5 votes

      🙄🙄🙄🙄

    • +4 votes

      You've probably got more chances of catching Rona from supermarket shopping (still close to zero).

      Of course, nothing wrong with being safe than sorry.

      I just hope we get enough vaccines before flu season starts, so we can hopefully leave this virus behind us, if that's even possible.

    • -7 votes

      Y there has never been any virus crowded shopping centres prove that

      • +2 votes

        wot

      • +1 vote

        Consider English

  • +8 votes

    Winners are people smart enough not to be gathering big crowds…

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      its open air, bars and restaurants, public transport, are the higher danger areas.

  • +12 votes

    Who do you think will win?

    Ticketmaster

    • +1 vote

      Ozbargain because we’ll be eating when the score is love. ❤️

  • -3 votes

    Cheap seats.. ? $262…? What's cheap about this…

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      Usually they're like 3x the cost.

      • +1 vote

        Hopefully after this pandemic, one of the really good points to come out of it is that things like commercial rent, concert and event tickets are not charged through the roof anymore! I hope it keeps being that way.

        I know its a first world problem complaining about ticket prices, but money is seriously hard to come by in Aus compared to other countries simply cause we're so backwards. So little has been invested in infrastructure until only recently.

        • +3 votes

          You should take a look at the US at some point…

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            @mickeyjuiceman: US has a massive amount of ways to get rich simply because they are a superpower with a population, market, infrastructure and technology to match. Lets just put it this way, Warren Buffet said him that he would not be where he is if he wasn't born in the US. he certainly wouldn't be if he was a master investor in the ASX.

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              @fuzor: What's that got to do with people not having money for tennis prices? Not a single thing. Most people in the US are worse off than people here.

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    Already all sold out. Nothing available. I actually had good tickets for a Ash Barty game last week but lockdown happened, and ticket got cancelled 🙄

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      Did your refund come yet?

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        Yeah it did. Maybe like around 3 days after cancellation.

        edit: Just checked. Cancelled Sat. Got money back Monday (paid via Paypal).

  • +3 votes

    Tbh if you wanted to see some of the big names and your were local this year was the ideal time to go. Small crowds, less people and cheaper tickets.

    But I guess the majority (non Ozbargainers) are always concerned about FOMO.

  • +1 vote

    I saw both Russians at ATP cup couple of weeks back when tickets were $25

    also went to see Djokovic play on the night lockdown was to start - was it $70?

    that's the price I am ok to pay

    but $260 or let alone $900 ffs I would rather get a good lens for me mirrorless camera, mates

    if they were $70 tonight I would go

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      all about supply and demand. if they were priced at $70, many tickets would be sold onto scalpers.

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        There's no difference for scalpers, it just depends on the risk they are willing to take to sell.

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          Well, the amount of risk (and the initial outlay) are pretty obvious differences…

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        in the grand scheme of things Ticketmaster or scalpers it doesn't make a big difference for the final user

        if scalpers bought it at 70 and listed for 500 I still wouldn't buy it, so it's just a question of who swallows the loss of unrealised profit, I didn't care either way

        if Ticketmaster sells 4 tickets for $900 or sells 400 tickets for $9 it's the same kind of money for them, just a starting thought

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      One they don’t give a `^ about . The other they would die for .
      I wonder which is which ?

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    refund pls