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BBB Warns of Playoff Ticket Scams

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

 

With the NFL playoffs in full swing, the Better Business Bureau is warning fans of possible ticket scams. 

“Since there is such a high demand for playoff tickets, BBB anticipates a high increase in ticket scams. Scammers use these opportunities to lure consumers into purchasing counterfeit tickets that will unfortunately affect many sports fans," said Paula Fleming, the Vice President of Communications and Marketing.

The BBB asks consumers to us the following tips wen making a purchase. 

  • Start your search with trust. Know the name, address and phone number of the business you are considering making a purchase from. 
  • Be sure to get the details in writing. this includes the price of the tickets, location of the seats, cancelation policies and any other important information.
  • Use a credit card or PayPal when making a ticket purchase online. as the charges are more secure and easier to dispute if a problem arises.
  • Find a reputable ticket-selling site. When buying tickets online, search for a reputable ticket-selling website that protects both the buyer and the seller in the online transaction. 
  • Intercept the fakes. Legitimate tickets tend to be on thick paper with bar codes. According to the NFL, they also include holograms, custom laser cutouts, a glossy varnish and heat sensitive graphics that disappear with the touch of a thumb.
  • Watch out for scalpers. Be cautious before buying tickets on the street. Scalpers are unregulated and often use stolen or counterfeit tickets. 

For more information, visit the BBB's website. 

 

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112 Green St., Worcester, MA

Come enjoy a delicious burger piled high with all your favorite toppings, and 20 cent wings during a Sunday game!

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Compass Tavern

The Compass Tavern 

90 Harding St., Worcester, MA

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Funky Murphy's

Funky Murphy's 

305 Shrewsbury St., Worcester, MA

Funky Murphy's is the Irish bar to go to for your team's next game. Featuring 9 plasma televisions and 2 high-definition projectors, you will be able to immerse yourself in NFL Sunday ticket, beer, and food!

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The Parkway Bar and Restaurant

The Parkway Bar and Restaurant 

148 Shrewsbury St., Worcester, MA

Boasting 8 flat screen televisions with surround sound, The Parkway is a must for game day food and fun!

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The Boynton

The Boynton Restaurant and Spirits

117 Highland St, Worcester, MA

The Boynton offers an extensive list of on tap beers to choose from while you chow down on a scrumptious meal. 

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Perfect Game

Perfect Game

Named "Worcester’s Best Sports Bar 2012", by the readers of Worcester Magazine, Perfect Game has a huge 110" HD projection screen to watch your favorite team on as well as an extensive collection of craft beers.

64 Water St., Worcester, MA

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Lakeside Bar and Grill

Lakeside Bar and Grill 

97 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA

Come watch the game at an upscale version of your average sports bar. Lakeside offers all the best game day foods from potato skins to wings but you can feel comfortable about bringing your family or girlfriend with you to watch some professional football.

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JJ's Sports Bar and Grill

JJ's Sports Bar and Grill

380 Southwest Cutoff, Northborough, MA

Mondays and Sundays are the perfect nights to watch football at JJ's, come in for specials on burgers, pizza and more while you watch all the action!

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Park Grill and Spirits

Park Grill and Spirits

257 Park Ave., Worcester, MA

This "American grill with Mediterranean flair" will not disappoint the sport junkie or foodie in your family. The Park Grill also has live entertainment on Tuesday and weekend nights!

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The District Bar and Grill

The District Bar and Grill

102 Green St., Worcester, MA

Stop into The District for 20 cent wings during NFL game nights  this season! 

 
 

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