Much Too Soon wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:13 pm
SpinningAcorn wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 7:42 pm
Much Too Soon wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 7:33 pm
SpinningAcorn wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 7:14 pm
And funny how I'm the only one who understands what dynamic pricing really is
...... but we know nibbs doesn't know anything about supply and demand. Anyone have any articles on fire sale Dynamic pricing. Any other bands out there using completely screwed up algorithms
What’s funny is you claimed there was no such thing as dynamic pricing. That’s FUNNY.
I never claimed that. In fact it was me who pointed out it first started in sports. I believe it was Major League Baseball that started around 2012 or 2013.
But keep on lying. I mean you claimed end of the road for Fort Worth didn't go on sale for five or six days after the Tulsa date was canceled so we know your honesty
And what's really funny is you said nobody would be buy tickets during a pandemic. But your wife bought tickets several months after they've been on sale and five or six days after kisses show had already gotten canceled because of Covid.
I love how you just keep getting turned in knots.
Lie #5) I never said ANYTHING about any Tulsa show. Please stop the fabricating.
Lie #6) Dynamic pricing is an airline reservation phenomenon. They were sued in 2002.
Lie #7) I never said people don’t buy tickets in a pandemic. I said bands don’t sell out a show 12 months before it’s scheduled. Especially in a pandemic. That would not be a dynamic pricing model being employed.
Lie #8) My wife did not buy tickets to a “canceled show”. She bought them in March 2020. Dickies announced postponement in May 2020. Kiss postponed the rest in June 2020 https://www.syracuse.com/entertainment/ ... -lake.html
I’m not “turning in knots”…I’m just sitting here watching you helplessly chase your tail. You are truly a very slippery and frankly dishonest person.
You've gotta be the same as your twin. Nobody fabricates more than you except your twin.
Let me quote your huge lie
WRONG. My wife bought our tickets for Ft Worth on 3/18/2020. The day they went on sale. That second leg all went on sale in MARCH 2020. She gave them to me for my birthday in June. Covid became a “reality” in January of 2020.
You flat out lied and said tickets didn't go on sale till 3/18/2020
When the pre-sale began 11/19/19 ...Citi the next day and gen public 22I believe.
So the sale started about four months before you claim it did.
You made it up about them going set on sale in mid-march. Of course now you will come back and say I never said they went on sale in mid-march I said March 18
You did that same nonsense with the Tulsa show I mentioned. I was using that to mock you for when you lied about when the on-sale date for Fort Worth was. You were laughably claiming did Live Nation Ticketmaster put tickets to that show on sale five or six days after kiss had already cancelled the Tulsa show. See how your lies grow and grow.
The next stupid lie is what I said about Major League Baseball. I was talkin about entertainment tickets. And dynamic pricing probably started out in the hotel industry first. Of course you aren't smart enough did know the airline tickets were regulated until the late 70s or 80s.
But it is funny how you can't grasp it's starting in Major League Baseball for entertainment and has moved on since then.
I do love your projection your false claims about me all apply to you.
And I see once again you're following the Nibbler model which would make sense since you're probably both the same.
Of course it's not good for shows to sell out when there's high demand and the ticket prices are up over face value.
In the twins World it makes far more sense for demand not to be there and four ticket prices to drop. One really does maximize the price when demand plummets and prices plummet.
But thanks for the continued laughs. And thanks for saying the kisses Fort Worth show did not go on sale until about four months after had. And thanks for saying your wife bought the tickets the day they went on sale 3/18 2020.
Because everyone knows Live Nation would be putting a show on sale five to six days after Kiss had to cancel the Tulsa show.
But you didn't even stop there you claimed all of the second leg went on sale 5 to 6 days after he said to cancel the Tulsa show. I mean I know Live Nation done some stupid things but ......
Too bad in reality those tickets had been on sale for about four months before you claim.
But at least you keep digging a hole deeper and deeper and deeper