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Broker prices though. Same as you'd pay through gptours and the like. They bought up PSL's and are selling them at a steep markup (3-4 times the face value).
I think F1.com had better prices, if they're still available.
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Pup wrote:The seat maps at ticketmaster show us exactly how many PSL's went unsold - I never expected they'd let us see that.
A rough estimate on my part says that T1 has about 1/4 of the seats left, and the stands at T15 around 1/8 or less unsold. Thats fewer than I'd have thought.
It's going to be a packed house - the F1 circus should love it.
In the end it looks like they knew what they were doing with the PSL's - I wonder if we could see the same strategy elsewhere. I could see Silverstone taking the plunge.
This also tells us a lot about demand for F1 in the US. Now if Jersey can get their act together...
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