Die-hard fans are used to doing everything they can to score tickets for hot events — from sleeping on the street to shelling out big bucks. But some worry they’re getting out-muscled by deep-pocketed resellers who are scooping up hordes of tickets and selling them online at high prices. We explore the new playing field in the secondary market for tickets and what it means for the average consumer.


  • Ethan Smith Senior Special Writer, The Wall Street Journal

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