Be aware of scams on craigslist though. Buyer beware
I agree but if you are smart about it you can protect yourself(meet at sellers house with cash watch them transfer tickets to you, have them send you an invoice through paypal, Never accept hard tickets only from a STH, ect)
I got scamed in 2010 playoffs vs Buffalo. Sent paypal payment, and never heard back from seller. Id stay clear unless its face to face, or your able to talk over the phone first
I hear what you're saying. But if you are dealing with a reputable person with references, I wouldn't hesitate to paypal money.
Especially now since there are no hard tickets. Sellers are not going to travel to meet someone with paper tickets that are the same exact ones they can email...or at last I'm not going to.
I have done several transactions through paypal in the last 48 hours. The key is trying to establish a seller as being reputable...not always easy. This said, at some point I am expecting the Globe and herald to come out with articles showing a rise in bruins tickets scams. Going entirely print@home isn't going to be without a few headaches for the B's.