> >> divide the 21 into 4 - and you will see the cost per ticket (extra) --
> >> how do you think Ticketmaster pays its bills, salaries, stays in business -
> >> they are providing a service. To make a profit, they must charge
> >> a fee
> Please check your text editor - I wrote this, not Louis
I'm sorry. I guess I goofed.
> >Yeah, but they don't have to charge THAT much extra per ticket to make a
> >profit! It seems that a flat fee per *ORDER* rather than per ticket would
> >be more appropriate, since the amount of time to process an order is the
> >same, regardless of whether you're buying one ticket or 8. My husband had
> >a not-so-great experience ordering tickets from that vendor in our area
> >for a major soccer event not long ago. The tickets arrived in the
> >afternoon THE DAY BEFORE the event, even though they were ordered well in
> >advance. There's nothing worse then wondering if your tickets are even
> do you run a business!
As a matter of fact, yes I do. Your point? People don't mind paying good
money for good service. But being ripped off and then getting poor service
on top of it is all too common these days. Of course, I'm assuming that
your point was that making an outrageous profit on *each* ticket was just
good business. I could be totally wrong about that.