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This news story on the Indianapolis Colts is one more good reason to demand a guarantee when spending money on tickets, or making travel plans.
"'Sometimes the tickets are good and you can't tell without getting it scanned. With some of the printing technology out there, they can make pretty good counterfeit,' said Sgt. Jeff Duhamell with the IMPD. [...] 'You're not going to be able to get a refund from the Dome. You won't be able to get inside because it's already sold out. You're better off going through a ticket broker,' said Duhamell."This is a common story. You might get tickets a couple dollars cheaper on the street, or even online at open peer-to-peer marketplaces like Craigslist, but where's your protection when you get to the game? How do you get your money back if you've been scammed? If the person who sold you your tickets doesn't want to be found later, it's very unlikely you'll find them, and even more unlikely you'll get anything back.
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