This sounds like a really bad idea to me. From the Sun-Sentinel-
So you decided not to buy a ticket Saturday and missed Roy Halladayâ€™s perfect game, the 20th in baseball history. Thanks to some outside-the-box thinking in the Marlinsâ€™ front office, you can still obtain proof that you were there!
The Marlins are selling tickets to Saturdayâ€™s game at the Sun Life Stadium box office and through Marlins.com. No discount prices just because you already know the outcome either. The Marlins figured they might sell a couple hundred. Theoretically, since 25,086 were on hand Saturday, they could disperse another 13,474 tickets. Baseball seating capacity at Sun Life Stadium is listed as 38,560.
These tickets aren’t going to be worth more than their face value at this. Some time in the future they could be worth more money. Some people collect all sorts of weird shit. A person who has bought one of the tickets may be able to fool a collector with the tickets.
Another possibility is a person using these tickets as a possible alibi for their real whereabouts. All of this sounds like a twisted television crime drama or novel but successful crooks are some of the most imaginative people around
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