Too many 12s traveled to Arizona thinking they had tickets waiting for them only to find out hours before the game that tickets they had purchased for the game were not available. Geoff Baker has written two stories since the game about fans who either went through well known ticket sites or purchased “options” to buy tickets at face value. He talks about why prices rose to an artificially high rate and why some fans might have been willing to pay extraordinary prices to salvage the weekend.
- Super Bowl ticket brokers reneged on orders even while selling nearby seats for far more
- State sues Super Bowl broker that sold tickets it never had
- Seahawks move to limit season-ticket sales by brokers
- Fans still reeling from Super Bowl ticket nightmare
- Super Bowl tickets disappeared in an imperfect storm
- Ticket shortage ruins Super Sunday for many fans
- Super Bowl dream becomes nightmare for Seahawks fans after shortage of tickets
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