Girl Talk Tickets and Info

The Douglas Cannon has seen fit to grace Wesleying with another e-mail regarding the upcoming Girl Talk concert:
Where: Bacon Field House, Freeman Athletic Center
When: This Saturday, December 6th at 11:30pm
Key Info:

  1. Be there on time! The show will start without you and won’t last long.
  2. “Wesleyan ONLY” really does mean Wesleyan Students ONLY. There will be an I.D. check at door. So, stop hoarding tickets for friends. Instead, please sell them to Wesleyan students that do not have one.
  3. This is a fundraiser for Financial Aid Scholarships. Thus, Scalping for profit = really messed up.
  4. Need Tickets/Have Extra?? Visit WesGirlTalk.Blogspot.com if you NEED/HAVE Girl Talk tickets to BUY/SELL.

18 thoughts on “Girl Talk Tickets and Info

  1. Anonymous

    Hey maybe the money I’ll make by scalping my extra tickets is going to help fund MY tuition. Think about that, jerks.

  2. Anonymous

    Hey maybe the money I’ll make by scalping my extra tickets is going to help fund MY tuition. Think about that, jerks.

  3. Anonymous

    FOOLS. I PAID $10 for a legit ticket because I like Wes and I support Financial Aid. Scalping is pure and stupid profiteering, because this was sponsored by alumni who matched 4x whatever we paid for our tickets. I would have paid $30 a ticket for that ticket to go $150 to financial aid. Think about that math, fuckers.

  4. Anonymous

    FOOLS. I PAID $10 for a legit ticket because I like Wes and I support Financial Aid. Scalping is pure and stupid profiteering, because this was sponsored by alumni who matched 4x whatever we paid for our tickets. I would have paid $30 a ticket for that ticket to go $150 to financial aid. Think about that math, fuckers.

  5. Anonymous

    Scalping in this scenario isn’t technically “messed up”, since the person selling the ticket for $10 has already paid $5 for the ticket, and nobody’s going to say “Ok, give me five dollars for this, but you gotta promise to donate five dollars to FinAid.” It’s messed up in the sense that students are willing to screw other students, but not in the sense that students are screwing financial aid.

  6. Anonymous

    Scalping in this scenario isn’t technically “messed up”, since the person selling the ticket for $10 has already paid $5 for the ticket, and nobody’s going to say “Ok, give me five dollars for this, but you gotta promise to donate five dollars to FinAid.” It’s messed up in the sense that students are willing to screw other students, but not in the sense that students are screwing financial aid.

  7. Anonymous

    Why is scalping messed up you ask? Better question, why are some Wesleyan students incredibly generous in how they give back to Wes, while others remain unnecessarily indignant and individualistic? Why can’t we all rejoyce in the fact that our collective $5 paid for close to two Wesleyan scholarships. Why do we always have to think about ourselves so damn much?

  8. Anonymous

    Why is scalping messed up you ask? Better question, why are some Wesleyan students incredibly generous in how they give back to Wes, while others remain unnecessarily indignant and individualistic? Why can’t we all rejoyce in the fact that our collective $5 paid for close to two Wesleyan scholarships. Why do we always have to think about ourselves so damn much?

  9. Anonymous

    ah, gotcha. that scenario seems pretty unlikely, especially since the concert is already sold out. but i see the point.

  10. Anonymous

    ah, gotcha. that scenario seems pretty unlikely, especially since the concert is already sold out. but i see the point.

  11. Anonymous

    I think that idea is that if you are willing to pay more than 5 dollars (which you would be if you were buying a scalped ticket), in theory you could have donated that extra money to the financial aid effort if you had just gotten a normal ticket instead. For example, if you bought a scalped ticket for 10 dollars, it would have been better if you have just bought a normal ticket for 5 and then donated 5 more, since the concert was worth 10 to you after all. Scalping decreases the chance that this donation scenario will happen.

  12. Anonymous

    I think that idea is that if you are willing to pay more than 5 dollars (which you would be if you were buying a scalped ticket), in theory you could have donated that extra money to the financial aid effort if you had just gotten a normal ticket instead. For example, if you bought a scalped ticket for 10 dollars, it would have been better if you have just bought a normal ticket for 5 and then donated 5 more, since the concert was worth 10 to you after all. Scalping decreases the chance that this donation scenario will happen.

  13. Anonymous

    wait, why is scalping for profit messed up? the same amount of money is raised for fin aid no matter what price you resell tickets at. if you think people are buying tickets only to support the fundraiser, you are sadly mistaken. i’m paying 5 bucks to see girl talk. the fact that my money is going to support a good cause is just a bonus. not the other way around.

  14. Anonymous

    wait, why is scalping for profit messed up? the same amount of money is raised for fin aid no matter what price you resell tickets at. if you think people are buying tickets only to support the fundraiser, you are sadly mistaken. i’m paying 5 bucks to see girl talk. the fact that my money is going to support a good cause is just a bonus. not the other way around.

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