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LOCATION: Alto Bar (Caesars)
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Dave B. says
I’ve been a listener/viewer since the beginning. Enjoyed most shows. I did want to correct you on your interpretation of the “Knights Vow” on playoff tickets. I am a full season ticket holder and I must agree that the implementation of Flash Seats was less than stellar, however Wayne was closer on the actual implementation of the “Knights Vow”. I was offered my playoff tickets for a 25% discount if I took the “Knights Vow” If I accepted the vow I could not sell my tickets on Stub Hub. That option would be disabled. Also as part of the vow, if they determined I sold the tickets in some other way they reserved the right to cancel any future tickets and season tickets for next year. If I payed full price I could sell tickets on Stub Hub but nowhere else. I’ve sold several tickets during the season and in fact have made enough to pay for my season tickets. If you didn’t opt out you were automatically entered into the “Knights Vow” I opted out as I want to be able to sell my tickets.
Thanks for the comment, Dave!