Dear readers and visitors,
I have recently received notification via the comments of your intentions to sell the tickets to the upcoming Jay Chou Concert. In a situation whereby you are no longer able to make it for the concert, it would be appreciated if the prices are retained at the original cost. Please do not try to exploit the interest of others and attempt to make a quick profit instead; I do have knowledge of other individuals out there who attempt to sell their tickets at sky-high prices- approximately triple the original cost.
If you are an individual who would like to post information about sales of these tickets on my blog via the comments, it would be appreciated if the prices are reasonable. However, if you’re an individual who is simply out there to make a quick buck by quoting ridiculous prices for these tickets, you are not welcomed and your comments will not be published.
To other Jay Chou fans out there, this is my stand:
It would be best if you do not get tickets from individuals who are out there to make a quick buck, by purchasing from them, you would only be encouraging the following actions- These people more often than not, are the ones who are not sincerely interested in attending the concert but just out there to snatch priority over the tickets and sell them at a much higher price to make a quick buck and exploit the interest of serious concert-goers.
True-blue Jay Chou’s fan – Jassy
Vetting through some of the comments irritates me to some extent.
Let’s take a look:
From Andrew: I’m selling a pair of 198 tickets for 600 cos i got e 228 tickets already.
From Jassy: ($198+$3)X2= $402. [Profit of $198]
From HT: Single Ticket for Jay Chou Singapore Concert 2010 (Cat 1) selling at minimum price $328
From Jassy: ($228+$3)= $231 [Profit of $97]
From Whitepolo: Jay Chou concert 2010 singapore tickets for sale (Cat2) at $280 each
From Jassy: ($198+$3)= $201 [Profit of $79]