Recovering a tough ticket

October 29, 2008 4:06:06 PM PDT
Fans have been waiting two days for the conclusion of Game 5 of the World Series.Of course, to see it in person, you need tickets. Anyone who had tickets for the game on Monday is allowed in Wednesday night.

However, in some cases, that's easier said than done. Thanks to the soaking rain, some tickets may be damaged to destroyed.

Fortunately, the Phillies have a plan to help people out.

Those with damaged stubs will have their tickets re-printed at the Phillies box office.

If your ticket was destroyed or if you lost it, yours too can be re-printed as long as you show proper I.D. and have your Phillies account number.

Some phans, like Mike Bright of Pottstown, PA have an entirely different problem. He couldn't go Wednesday night, so he was trying to sell his tickets on Stub Hub.

"I paid $1,000 for them, I'm trying to get the same thing back," Bright said.

Tickets on Stub Hub were selling for $400 to $1,100. Some were posted with an even higher price.

Parking passes from Monday are also still good. However, if you lost yours, you're out of luck and will have to pay to park again.


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