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Two Dublin-Kerry Tickets Sold On Ebay For A Typically Extortionate Price

Two Dublin-Kerry Tickets Sold On Ebay For A Typically Extortionate Price
By Conor Neville

It was inevitable this would crop up. Touts no cheered the presence of Dublin in this year's All-Ireland final (it was slim pickings a few years ago when there empty seats visible at the 2010 All-Ireland football final) and they have been doing their worst.

The GAA defines a tout as someone who tries to sell a ticket at a price in excess of face value. It is safe to say that the folk who sold two tickets via an auction of Ebay last night fit that definition.

The pair of tickets, situated in the Davin End, were snapped up for €2,020 - exactly €1,860 more than their original price.

The GAA discourage touting and have said they will cancel tickets that have been sold above face value.

[Irish Independent]

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