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Are "Print at Home Tickets" legit? Looking to by a pair on craigstlist..
Risky, there is always that chance that they print out extras and sell them... First person to the game gets in...
The University of Tennessee Class of 2012
awe very true.
The tickets i got for my son and his friend from uttix are printed from home. Had option of print at home or will call so i thought will call line would be bad because of the late tickets received back from Florida.
This is one of many reasons I usually go with StubHub when buying tickets to sold-out MLB, NFL or NHL games, since StubHub, I believe, basically guarantees that the tickets are legit. If they're not, StubHub either a) refunds your money or b) provides you with equal or better tickets for the same price.
You pay a little extra for the service charges, but that peace of mind — especially for big games like this — sometimes is worth it.
This post was edited by Ryan Callahan 19 months ago
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Agree with Ryan, Stubhub is the way to go if you want to buy right now and not scalp on gameday. I bought all the tix to the SEC basketball championship the year the tornado went through Atlanta, and they had to finish up the games at GA Tech. I ended up getting a refund for all the sessions because of their Fanprotect guarantee; I was pretty surprised
Great advice. However mine should be good since i got them from UT not scalper.
Yeah, I would say so. If UT sold you illegitimate tickets, counterfeiting is a bigger problem than I realized.
LOL you know the athletic dept needs more money...just saying
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