something for sale
April 01, 2013 11:47:13 PM UTC Post #1

my friend at work, who doesn't know anything about the computer, has a ticket stub for the concert she attended in Greenville S.C. After the concert, the plane went down, and everyone knows the rest. She is interested in selling it to a true fan, or collector. She needs the money, or would hang on to it. She asked me to post it online for her and we will take it from there. Only serious inquires please. Thanks Candis


April 02, 2013 11:16:54 AM UTC Post #1

=dixie50 said:my friend at work, who doesn't know anything about the computer, has a ticket stub for the concert she attended in Greenville S.C. After the concert, the plane went down, and everyone knows the rest. She is interested in selling it to a true fan, or collector. She needs the money, or would hang on to it. She asked me to post it online for her and we will take it from there. Only serious inquires please. Thanks Candis

April 02, 2013 11:17:25 AM UTC Post #2

Any idea what she wants?

April 02, 2013 11:46:09 PM UTC Post #3

not sure duffy, I will ask her at work tomorrow and get back with you, actually she had no idea anyone would even be interested in it...and I said are you kidding me that ticket stub is very valuable to a true skynyrd fan....thanks Candis

April 03, 2013 5:03:49 PM UTC Post #4


Hey I would also try some on some of the other Skynyrd forums where I have had better luck selling things like this.

Try this one:

http://www.skynyrdfrynds.proboards.com/

SkynyrdFrynds

April 04, 2013 12:03:52 AM UTC Post #5

thanks

April 04, 2013 8:17:28 PM UTC Post #6


Qoute dixie 50 > "not sure duffy, I will ask her at work tomorrow and get back with you, actually she had no idea anyone would even be interested in it...and I said are you kidding me that ticket stub is very valuable to a true skynyrd fan....thanks Candis"

you say yeah its very valuable to a skynyrd fan??? so what you did was told youre friend then to raise up the price ?

And I SAY WHY IS THERE Allways a fricking price connected on stuff ?

why is almost everything in this world just about evolved around money? Fu@K Money!

money is the root of evil............................Too bad that person couldnt GIVE that ticket stub to a raffle benefit FOR something GOOD to come out of the tradgedy of loss and hurt pain of all those involved in that wreck ! Or at least be a fan and look at it like hot dam i saw the last concert of RVZ s Skynyrd .and never give it up at ALL............

EVERYTHING IS SCAM SHAM SH&T SANDWICH NOWADAYS OF HUSTLER HOUNDING GOLD DIGGERS !


id give a ya a quarter for it !

Thank You Lynyrd Skynyrd for the music!

http://fansofskynyrd.proboards.com/index.cgi
April 07, 2013 2:19:55 AM UTC Post #7

I own a ticket from the Greenville show along with my autographed 8-track of street survivors,I would ask your friend what condition the ticket is in, mine is a ripped in Half with the ticket showing Lynyrd Skynyrd Greenville Sc Auditorium on the ticket October 19th 1977. These tickets are probably worth about $500 and up depending on condition. Heritage auctions out of Dallas Texas would probably be interested in auction this ticket since it is a piece of Rock and roll history that'd my advice.

April 07, 2013 2:39:44 AM UTC Post #8

In response to the working mans post "I remember my first beer" first of all original Lynyrd Skynyrd memorabilia autographs and such "Are very very valuable" you putz,I would rank original skynyrd band memorabilia in the top 10 of bands worth collecting In the same league as Led Zeppelin and the Beatles after all the original band was one of the GREATEST BANDS in ROCK HISTORY!!!!!

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