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Old 02-13-2007, 03:27 PM   #466
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Well gee look what else $ting, $tewart and Mr. $ummer$ have to offer:

http://www.ticketmaster.com/auction/01003E4902E2F378/1/
I believe I predicted this.
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But I ended up with floor seats, Row 12

Expensive, but holy crap that would be exciting.
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Yes, happy but poor...

The total cost is $479

$225 x 2 (tickets)
$2 x 2 (facility charge)
$11.25 x 2 (convenience charge)
$2.50 (order processing fee)

I need an overtime shift
Congrats, your the first person at interference it appears to have purchased tickets for the new Police tour! Last Police show in Vancouver was on August 31, 1983.
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OMG....

I got tickets

I kind of messed up...

I wanted to get the $90 tickets...

But I ended up with floor seats, Row 12

Cool I feel theres hope for the general onsale
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Congratulations Fah Now just buy some cheap tix on the general sale, and sell your floor seats to the highest bidder & make out like a bandit
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Congratulations Fah Now just buy some cheap tix on the general sale, and sell your floor seats to the highest bidder & make out like a bandit
heh, no kidding. Have you seen the prices people are asking on ebay? Out of all the notices, I counted only 2 or 3 that were under $1,000.

Of course, most of them have no bidders at the moment. I wonder how much the prices will drop after the general sale?
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I couldn't do it...omg

Row 12
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Well done fah on getting tickets.
I'm officially getting excited now. I saw them play a couple of times around 1980/81 and never thought I'd get the chance to see them again. I haven't seen anything announced yet for outside North America. Has anyone heard when/where they'll be playing in the UK?
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The Police message board only has about 1,000 posts so far on it, with about half of that coming from the members only section. I would have thought it would be higher, but then again, the average age of a Police fan who saw them in concert back in the day is 45, and less likely to be very engaged with the internet to the degree that a 15, 20, or 30 year old would be.
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the average age of a Police fan who saw them in concert back in the day is 45, and less likely to be very engaged with the internet to the degree that a 15, 20, or 30 year old would be.


Although it's true.

Still
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Browsing another board, I found out that I'm among a group of early thirtysomething women who find Stewart Copeland quite attractive .

Seriously, I think there are a lot of people in their late 20s/early 30s who remember The Police from Mtv and on the radio, but never got to go see them in concert because they broke up before these fans could go to concerts. Which sucked. Until now .
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Although it's true.

Still
Its just the nature of new technology and gadgets. Its always easier for the younger crowd to adopt it.
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Browsing another board, I found out that I'm among a group of early thirtysomething women who find Stewart Copeland quite attractive .

Seriously, I think there are a lot of people in their late 20s/early 30s who remember The Police from Mtv and on the radio, but never got to go see them in concert because they broke up before these fans could go to concerts. Which sucked. Until now .
So you would go for Stew over Sting? What about Andy?
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Andy was always my favorite.

I saw Stewart a couple of years ago at a function. He looked as damn fabulous as a rich, rich man can.
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