synghters wrote:Well i did purchase some for me and the mrs for 4th september and they worked fine and these were off ebay.
I personally don't see the problem ? if someone has bought some online and then realised they can't go then why waste them ? may as well sell them or give them to someone else and lets be honest is alton towers really worth £45 entry ? in my opinion no chance esp on a busy day.
synghters wrote:I've seen some go for little as £10 me and mrs got ours for £16 for 2
hambletwins wrote:I really dont see the problem everyone is having with ebay. Buy the tickets (If they are as cheap as £10 then go ahead) get 2-4-1's and if you dont get in with those tickets cause they are not real then go get your regular tickets 2--4-1 and enjoy your day with £10 less which you can reclaim once you go back on ebay and report the guy. Simple as! Its really not a massive deal! If they are real the YAY you saved yourself a bundle!
Jammydodger wrote:As someone who is trying to currently sell a £60 gig ticket because I can't go anymore for reasons beyond my control, I find it extremely frustrating when people mouth off at innocent people trying to make their money back because they think they know best.
It's perfectly fine to buy and sell tickets on ebay, why else would it have a "Tickets" category. You have about a 0.01% of being scammed, because frankly it just doesn't happen on eBay. The reason you hear all these horror stories of people getting scammed is because you go to a site like Facebook where there will be groups selling tickets, asking for the money from paypal and then sending out fakes, with no trace left behind of the transaction to prove it.