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    I'm looking to buy 1 individual ticket to sundays game, not looking to spend more then $200 for the ticket. does anybody know where i can find a ticket at this price?

     
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    I'm looking to buy 1 individual ticket to sundays game, not looking to spend more then $200 for the ticket. does anybody know where i can find a ticket at this price?

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    The best prices are on Craigslist.  Not sure that you will find 1 ticket for sale or as low as $200. I would try this site first.  Good luck. 

     
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    Patriots warn fans of counterfeit Jets game tickets Print | Comments (1) Posted by Michael Vega, Globe Staff   October 18, 2012 12:46 PM 

    Photo courtesy of New England Patriots Here are two examples of counterfeit tickets to a recent home game against the Broncos. Note the telltale Ticketmaster logo on the front, which is evidence of a fake ticket.

     

    By Michael Vega, Globe Staff

    FOXBOROUGH -- Concerned about an ongoing issue with counterfeit ticket sales, especially with a huge AFC East showdown against the New York Jets looming Sunday at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots issued a warning Thursday to their fans to be extra vigilant when buying game tickets online.

    Team spokesman Stacey James said the team had seen a proliferation of counterfeit ticket sales this season , including home games against Arizona and Denver.

    "People have purchased them on Craigslist and they all have Ticketmaster logos on them,'' said James, pointing out one of the telltale signs of a counterfeit Patriots' game ticket.

    James produced a seized counterfeit ticket to a 2012 home game against the Cardinals with a Ticketmaster logo on the front.

    "That's a fake,'' he said. "It feels like a real ticket, but we don't print any of our tickets on Ticketmaster stock. Ticketmaster prints them, but they don't print them with their logo on them.

    James said counterfeiters "somehow got a hold of Ticketmaster stock and they print out our information on them.''

    James indicated if fans were suspicious about their online ticket purchases, they were encouraged to contact the Patriots' box office at 1-800-543-1776 to verify the validity of their game tickets.

    "We invite them to come down and show it to us and we can identify if it's a real ticket or not,'' James said. "The two places we can verify it's a legitimate ticket is if you buy it from the Patriots' box office or through Ticketmaster, but Ticketmaster does not print with the Ticketmaster logo on our tickets.''

    James said the first time the team dealt with counterfeit ticket sales was about 4-5 years ago for a game against the Indianapolis Colts. There was one glaring piece of evidence that pointed to those Patriots-Colts tickets as being fake: "They spelled 'Indianapolis' wrong,'' he said.

    In another instance, James said, fraudulent tickets were sold "using our game info, but Red Sox gate info and seating sections.''

    "We want to get the message out that since we've been in his building, we've always said, 'Buyer beware,' '' James said. "You have to make sure you buy them from someone you know and trust and if you're selling them, we always remind people 'Seller beware,' because if a person who is using your ticket and becomes drunk or disorderly, you can lose your season ticket account.''

     
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    Patriots warn fans of counterfeit Jets game tickets Print | Comments (1) Posted by Michael Vega, Globe Staff   October 18, 2012 12:46 PM 

    Photo courtesy of New England Patriots Here are two examples of counterfeit tickets to a recent home game against the Broncos. Note the telltale Ticketmaster logo on the front, which is evidence of a fake ticket.

     

    By Michael Vega, Globe Staff

    FOXBOROUGH -- Concerned about an ongoing issue with counterfeit ticket sales, especially with a huge AFC East showdown against the New York Jets looming Sunday at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots issued a warning Thursday to their fans to be extra vigilant when buying game tickets online.

    Team spokesman Stacey James said the team had seen a proliferation of counterfeit ticket sales this season , including home games against Arizona and Denver.

    "People have purchased them on Craigslist and they all have Ticketmaster logos on them,'' said James, pointing out one of the telltale signs of a counterfeit Patriots' game ticket.

    James produced a seized counterfeit ticket to a 2012 home game against the Cardinals with a Ticketmaster logo on the front.

    "That's a fake,'' he said. "It feels like a real ticket, but we don't print any of our tickets on Ticketmaster stock. Ticketmaster prints them, but they don't print them with their logo on them.

    James said counterfeiters "somehow got a hold of Ticketmaster stock and they print out our information on them.''

    James indicated if fans were suspicious about their online ticket purchases, they were encouraged to contact the Patriots' box office at 1-800-543-1776 to verify the validity of their game tickets.

    "We invite them to come down and show it to us and we can identify if it's a real ticket or not,'' James said. "The two places we can verify it's a legitimate ticket is if you buy it from the Patriots' box office or through Ticketmaster, but Ticketmaster does not print with the Ticketmaster logo on our tickets.''

    James said the first time the team dealt with counterfeit ticket sales was about 4-5 years ago for a game against the Indianapolis Colts. There was one glaring piece of evidence that pointed to those Patriots-Colts tickets as being fake: "They spelled 'Indianapolis' wrong,'' he said.

    In another instance, James said, fraudulent tickets were sold "using our game info, but Red Sox gate info and seating sections.''

    "We want to get the message out that since we've been in his building, we've always said, 'Buyer beware,' '' James said. "You have to make sure you buy them from someone you know and trust and if you're selling them, we always remind people 'Seller beware,' because if a person who is using your ticket and becomes drunk or disorderly, you can lose your season ticket account.''

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    Thanks for the post.  Very interesting information about buying on Craigslist. 

     
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    Try ACE TICKETS, You Might Find One... Good Luck....

     
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    Didnt try Gillette ticket office?

     
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    A small number of tickets for Sunday's AFC Championship game between the Patriots and Baltimore Ravens will be available for purchase, beginning on Thursday at 10 a.m.

    Tickets will not be sold at the Gillette Stadium ticket windows. Orders from those interested in buying seats for Sunday's game can be taken and processed in one of two ways: either over the phone at 1-800-745-3000, or online at www.ticketmaster.com. Visa is the only accepted form of payment.

    There are mostly single seats available, and customers can buy up to four. Seat prices, which are determined by the National Football League, range from $120 to $269 per ticket.....

     

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