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08-19-2010, 07:43 PM
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westy51
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Originally Posted by westy51 View Post
Yes the law was not extended

That article is from June 2009, Broadway Blue posted before

"You can sell them on any site you want. The only question is what will we be allowed to sell them for (particularly on TE) now that the temporary law ending ticket scalping has expired. Haven't heard much about this lately"

Here is one of the articles it was mentioned in back in May 2010

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010...lping_law.html

Found an article that looks like it was extended another year in July 2010

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.s...ing_cross.html

"Gov. David Paterson signed the bill permitting a continued open market in entertainment and sports ticket resales for another year, spokesman Morgan Hook said. He will review the others when they reach his desk. "

"The ticket scalping measure extends for another year resales without price restrictions. It requires a transferability option for even paperless tickets. It outlaws using automated ticket purchasing software to move ahead of others waiting to get tickets. "

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