There are few times in my life that I have scratched my head in confusion about something. One of those times was the other day when I learned that to some in the live entertainment and sports industry, there's an argument that you don't actually own the tickets you purchase for events.
Turns out, a series of industry developments have put airlines firmly in control of prices, in a way they haven't been in perhaps a generation. As a result, fares may be about to rise even more. Fortunately, that doesn't mean travelers have to overpay for their tickets.
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Everyone's NFL season starts differently. For some, football never ends (I envy your stability). For others, the first day of training camp signals the start of football season. Then, there are those who mark the beginning of the best time of year with preseason.
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Assuming that next month does in fact herald the return of America's most popular sport, the secondary market for tickets should see significant growth. It follows, then, that fans can find some deals on seats before the 109-day-old lockout ends.