Six Ways To Not “StubHub” Your Toe On Sporting Tickets

I happened to be out in St. Louis last Friday night when game six took place between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals.   When I realized that the game would take place as the same time my travels had me in town, I decided to go on to StubHub to see what the prices looked like to get a ticket.   It seems as if concerts and sporting events go live in today’s world, you can’t even get a ticket direct anymore.  The ticket brokers are the only place you can actually buy a ticket unless you want to scalp the good old fashioned way.  When the prices came up minimally at $100 a ticket for ‘standing room only’ and went as high as $2,700 for front row type seats, all of a sudden the local bar at Gio’s didn’t seem to be such a bad idea.   So, how can you save money when shopping for sporting tickets?  ...

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Should You Use A Debt Relief Program

Over the past several months, we have received request from many of our subscribers to get some information about the various debt relief programs that advertise on television and the internet. Since some of these programs can be scams and some are legitimate, it is important you take the appropriate steps to find the right program just for you. Here are some thoughts on choosing a program that may be right for you. 1) What solutions does the company provide? Different companies or non-profits are skilled a various debt relief/settlement programs. You need to consider the size of debt you are trying to negotiate down and what type of debt you are looking to reduce overall.  Recognize that many of the credit card companies won’t even talk with you while you are still on the preverbal stationary bicycle still making minimum monthly payments.  Some companies do debt consolidation, some debt negotiation/settlement, and some will deal with IRS debt as well. ...

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