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Look at individual, unsold game seats as your inventory.

Come August, it is crunch time. Once game day passes, the unsold inventory for that game expires and it is worthless. Each seat represents a potential amount of revenue. Real life pricing says that with a large inventory, each day closer to game day the street value of that seat goes into deep decline. That is a fire sale. The dollar value on the ticket isnt what that ticket is actually worth. True worth is what someone will pay for it, either higher or lower. Unsold inventory eventually has zero value.

(In response to this post by turbopir8)

Posted: 04/26/2018 at 10:08AM


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