Friday, September 26, 2008

F1 Tickets Found on Ebay

Just a day before the F1 race flags off on Sunday, there have been cases of tickets sold online at prices as high as S$2,000 for a three day pit grandstand package. The official price of it is at S$1,400. Guess some are determined to make a quick buck knowing that the F1 is something that is much sought for and also the first time in Singapore history. The tickets that are also sold below the market prices are those that are on other spots whereby you probably will see the race car for some few seconds before it speeds away.

Some of those who are selling their tickets online claims that they are selling it because those were gifts and they will not be able to attend it. Reselling of tickets is prohibited based on the F1 purchase terms and conditions.


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