I, too, tried to purchase Hannah Montana tickets via Ticketmaster beginning
at 10:00 am, with no luck. My daughter is heartbroken!
I think that it is ridiculous that parents can't get tickets. My daughter is
11 and still doesn't understand why I couldn't get her tickets so I look like
the bad guy.
My daughter was in tears on Saturday when we could not purchase a ticket to
the Hannah Montana concert.
My granddaughters birthday is Friday, she will 9, I promised her for her
birthday that I would get her Hannah Montana tickets, my son was on the computer
at 9:58 and my daughter-in-law was at the Hen House on College, I was at the one
in Merriam, needless to say we never got tickets so somehow when Vanessa opens
her presents on Friday I will have to explain to her how Grandma couldn't get
tickets because people are so greedy to make a profit!! What is going on in this
My daughter is a huge fan she just had a Hanna Montana b-day party have told
her for months i would take her when she came to KC.I figured the tickets would
go that fast.But i no that someone purchased this tickets to make money. It is
not fare to our children to suffer for some one being selfish and greedy.
Shut. The. Fuck. Up. You people make it sound like someone snuck into your house in the middle of the night and stole everyone's left kidney.
Perhaps the more appropriate response of parents would be to have initially told their children, "It would be nice to go, and I will try to get the tickets. However, there is a good chance we might not be able to get them." Upon not getting them, it could be a lesson learned that you don't always get everything you want in life, even if it was promised to you.
You know there will be no lesson learned from this. Parents, after much whining and complaining, will end up shelling out obscene amounts of money for a children's concert because today's parents are nothing more than a bunch of pussies, turning their children into America's next generation of candyasses so that all foreign countries can loathe and despise.
Was there really this much hysteria when Barney came to town??
Parents are crying en masse. Call your congressman! Boycott the Sprint Center!! You know various elected officials will puff out their chests and make grandstanding gestures promising to get to the bottom of the evil, corrupt individuals who are undermining the American way of life and making little children cry. Meanwhile, people who still have functioning brain cells, are left to roll their eyes and wonder why such an effort isn't being directed to tackle real problems.
This isn't a ticket broker issue. This is the issue of a supply from a little arena not able to meet the demands of thousands of coddling parents. If you figure that by buying 4 tickets each, roughly 4500 people will be able to buy tickets. Hannah Montana in the Midwest will only include Omaha, St. Louis, and Kansas City. Considering that people from all over the Midwest will be competing for these tickets, do people really think that a majority of those who actually get tickets will be from the Kansas City area? Or do they think that only Kansas City residents should be entitled to the tickets because the Sprint Center happens to be in our town?
Dumbasses. Why don't you guys take a course in economics?
I don't recall so many people whining and crying when Elton John sold out.
Grow up! Even better, take your children to the museum.