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Selling your kidney on the black market for Hannah Montana tickets

Posted By on Mon, Sep 17, 2007 at 5:15 PM

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Well, not quite, but if the secondary ticket market here is anything like Florida's, you might have to forfeit a year of Lil' Suzie's college tuition for a ticket to the sold-out Alltel show on Dec. 1.

Now desperate parents are at the mercy of brokers, who are already advertising on their websites that they've got the goods. The going rate on Saturday afternoon, according to several websites ranged from $65 to $3,700. The face value of the tickets ranges from $26 to $66.

For $15,860, is offering a luxury suite that seats 20 people.

Miami Herald (via Idolator)


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