I was browsing Twitter last week and saw an article that Garth Brooks was coming to Seattle. For shits and giggles, I clicked through and saw this “This will be the last Garth Brooks World Tour concert on the West Coast, and the first time Brooks has performed in the Seattle-Tacoma area in 19 years.” My eyes lighted up with dollar signs. I was then all prepared to buy the tickets last Friday only to find out in the last 10 minutes that the tickets would actually go on sale THIS COMING FRIDAY, SEPT 29 AT 10AM PST.
I usually don’t write about ticket flip opportunities mostly because I’m not the one finding them, but since I stumbled this one on my own, I’ll gladly share with you guys. A few things to watch out for:
- All tickets seem to be priced at $75 all in, which means GET THE BEST SEATS!
- There is a slight chance he may open up another showing. If he does, there’s a good chance you lose money.
- Also make sure the concert isn’t checking ID’s to match the tickets. Doesn’t look like this is happening with this concert, but if it it, ABANDON SHIP!
- Don’t go over ticket limits
This ticket flip is like you having a 17 in blackjack while the dealer is showing a 6. You’ll most likely win, but if he flips over a 5, you’re gonna get burned. If a 5 gets flipped over, don’t blame me. Only make this play if you won’t cry if a 5 is flipped over. Damn that Viet gambling blood!