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Old 09-11-2019, 08:47 PM
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Default Terry Fator tickets being scalped

The Villages or scalpers (known to The Villages) have tickets on Ticketmaster and Stubhub with huge markups.

I am sure you see that tickets to any real good (national act) appearing at The Sharon will not be fairly available to residents. Many are reserved for outside folks paying scalper prices. These tickets were bought before residents could buy them or they were reserved and set aside. In either case...……..not good.
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Old 09-11-2019, 09:00 PM
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The Villages or scalpers (known to The Villages) have tickets on Ticketmaster and Stubhub with huge markups.

I am sure you see that tickets to any real good (national act) appearing at The Sharon will not be fairly available to residents. Many are reserved for outside folks paying scalper prices. These tickets were bought before residents could buy them or they were reserved and set aside. In either case...……..not good.
Happens all the time everywhere in the world however I have purchased tickets for MANY major shows at Sharon in the last 2 years and if I log in online the minute tickets go on sale I always manage to get first 1-10 rows center front orchestra. I am sure some get set aside for VIP's but that's how it goes.

I had 1st row for Howie Mandel
I had 4th row for Jersey Boys
I had 10th row center (by choice, could have been up front) for Rain
I had 5th row center for Chicago

And on and on all online the first minute tix went on sale. Standing on line at Box Office here is bad move if you do that. Best way is online as soon as tix go on sale. Be fast or be last! This is a major regional venue so they go fast.
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Old 09-12-2019, 05:18 AM
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Ticket scalping is legal in Florida. Although, I had to look up Terry Fator to find out who he is. They would probably have to pay me to go to his show.
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:00 AM
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Ticket scalping is legal in Florida. Although, I had to look up Terry Fator to find out who he is. They would probably have to pay me to go to his show.
You'd be missing a good show. One of the best since Danny Gans died.
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:18 AM
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Scalpers - according to a Villages employee at the ticket box the "scalpers" are legal and playing by the Florida rules. The scalpers web site offers tickets with a warning on the page indicating the price you pay may or maynot be different that the original ticket price. Additionally, the scalpers let you select a "region" for your seat, not the actual seats (this is also noted on the page. The scalpers DO NOT have any tickets. Once you purchase, the scalper then makes a "legal" purchase from the Villages for your tickets. The Villages entertainment team tries to block this process, but the scalpers seem to be one step ahead of their effort. So as a Villager don't buy from the scalper expecting a deal - just go online to the Villages entertainment site or in person. As always "buyer beware".

2nd at a minimum of $125++ for Fator tickets - I found watching his show on YouTube a great alternative and FREE!
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:44 AM
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I purchased 6 tickets Row C center on line yesterday morning. I logged on at 8:30 and got them.
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:45 AM
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You'd be missing a good show. One of the best since Danny Gans died.
Isn't Fator a ventriloquist? Danny Gans was an impersonator.
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Old 09-12-2019, 07:53 AM
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Never having taken in a show at the Sharon, I went to the box office in Brownwood about 20 minutes before it opened. There were 40 people in front of me. After several failed attempts on my phone, I managed to get online at about 10 minutes after the box office opened and found that the majority of seats in the orchestra section for the 5:00 show were already sold (probably to the above-mentioned scalpers). I managed to get tickets and left the line. I'll never bother with the box office again. If you're not at the front of the line (and the folks who were allegedly had been so since 6:00 AM), you're at a strong disadvantage compared to those online.

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Isn't Fator a ventriloquist? Danny Gans was an impersonator.
Fator is a ventriloquist but his dummies are made up to look like singers and he impersonates those singers. From the clips I've seen of him, he's very good at it. My wife watched him win one of those talent shows where he got a million dollar, one-year Vegas contract. At the end of the year, they extended him for 10 years for $100,000,000. Folks seem to think he's worth big bucks.
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Old 09-12-2019, 08:30 AM
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I am pretty sure the name sake (Sharon) would not be pleased to know the theater named after her is part of an alleged scalping
Legal or not it has a lousy reputation to be part of a "scalper" operation. I am surprised someone has not spoken up and insisted the alleged scalpering cease and desist in order to ensure the name of the namesake is respected and representative of the person in which it is honoring.
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Old 09-12-2019, 09:00 AM
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Never having taken in a show at the Sharon, I went to the box office in Brownwood about 20 minutes before it opened. There were 40 people in front of me. After several failed attempts on my phone, I managed to get online at about 10 minutes after the box office opened and found that the majority of seats in the orchestra section for the 5:00 show were already sold (probably to the above-mentioned scalpers). I managed to get tickets and left the line. I'll never bother with the box office again. If you're not at the front of the line (and the folks who were allegedly had been so since 6:00 AM), you're at a strong disadvantage compared to those online.


Fator is a ventriloquist but his dummies are made up to look like singers and he impersonates those singers. From the clips I've seen of him, he's very good at it. My wife watched him win one of those talent shows where he got a million dollar, one-year Vegas contract. At the end of the year, they extended him for 10 years for $100,000,000. Folks seem to think he's worth big bucks.
Sounds like Fator is filling the void in Vegas that Danny Gans once held.
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