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Taking inspiration from theatre and music concerts, the reservation systems of the future will ask customers to pay in advance
Pompoms, cheer-leaders, tailgating and oversize Styrofoam hands--yes, college-football season is already upon us. Before the first game kicks off next Saturday, diehard fans--or anyone who finds their antics entertaining, for that matter--should peruse Warren St.
It's a familiar scene: scalpers prowl outside a sold-out show, shouting, "Tickets!" Buyers beware, and not just because scalping can be illegal. New technology used on 70 percent of the tickets sold by Ticketmaster has made it impossible to tell if a scalped ticket is valid.