Can't get tickets to that crucial concert or essential sporting match — or need to get rid of tickets you can no longer use? It might be worth checking out TicketChoice, a fan ticket exchange for selling unwanted tickets. (eBay would be another obvious option were it not for its apparent willingness to block sales any time a sporting body kicks up any kind of fuss.) There weren't too many tickets on sale when I checked it out (though you're set if you fancy a little Coldplay), but presumably that will vary depending on time of year. There's no commission if you do sell tickets, but be cautious; some events specifically bar any form of resale.
TicketChoice Offers Fan Resale Of Tickets
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