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Dieter Krap
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Since: 14.9.03
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I suppose it's NOT alright to sell things here, so I won't. However, maybe someone can give me some advice. I have two wrestling tickets that I need to sell. I tried to sell them on E-bay but my auction was ended early, because (well I haven't really got an explanation from them but they found something wrong with my credit card, and said I could appeal to have it reinstated, but I figured that would just take too long). Anyway, are there other services similar to E-bay that anyone can recommend?
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WHY. . .WHY DO YOU TORTURE ME BRIAN HENDERSON OF 12 MAPLE LAAAAAAAAAANE????
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Oh, you are EVIL for showing me this.

I wasn't paying attention when tickets went on sale for the local Blink 182 - No Doubt show (both favorites of my wife), which sold out in a heartbeat. There are tickets on StubHub that are so close that she could probably hit Gwen Stefani with a spitball, and they'd make a perfect anniversary present... if I feel like paying $175 a seat. AAAAIIIIGGGHHH!

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Dieter Krap
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Thanks for the advice. It looks to be a good site, but it seems that you have to be from US, UK, Canada, Australia or Germany to register there. If I was Chris Jericho, I'd be yelling conspiracy.
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