$24 for 3 days, I still have my ticket. $18 in advance ($24 is at the gate)
The Brothers Garcia - 2000 Meal Ticket 2-5 was released on: USA: 19 May 2001
Tickets for the three-day event cost $18 in advance and $24 at the gate.
A ticket to the Woodstock festival cost US $18 for a three-day ticket purchased in advance, or US $24 if purchased at the gate.If you purchased your ticket in advance the cost was $6.00 for a day. $18.00 for the weekend. It was expected that ticket sales would continue at the gate, and many early arrivals did pay. However, when the security fences went down and it became impossible to enforce an entrance fee thousands got in for free.
You can get up to 5,000 or more
It was a free concert. They made or improve on the fence or cut it down. The decision was to cut it down.
I'll try to compare some similar items: A autographed Coda album, including John Paul Jones' autograph can go for about $1000. I have an autographed framed poster, signed by Robert & Jimmy with a JPJ bass pick in shadowbox that could probably sell for around $1000. Compare those to a smaller, autographed concert ticket, and I'd be willing to bet the price drops significantly. Maybe $200 to $300 in the right market? The problem with it is that the signing surface is so small, and the ticket isn't really a great memorabilia item because it's basically a Ticketmaster ticket, I assume (?).
Try ebay, a sports memoribilia auction or a collector.
Tickets to Woodstock 1969 cost $18 (about $75 in 2009) in advance and $24 at the gate for all three days. Around 186,000 tickets were sold before the concert. This fell well short of the 500,000 that actually showed up and rather then improve fencing/security Woodstock become a free concert.
probably a dollar cause no one likes the brewers
There was a fifth Woodstock concert in 1999. It is by far the most infamous of the Woodstock concerts due to media reports of violence, rape, fires and an abrupt ending to the festival. Woodstock 99 was also the most expensive to attend at $150 (plus service charges) per ticket. There were many problems with the concert; heat (reaching well over 100 degrees F), not enough toilets, violence, and sexual assaults were just a few.
Each state has different laws so the best thing to do is to contact your local DMV. Since it is your first offense most states will allow you to take a driving course in order to lower the fine and get the ticket dropped off your record.
Ernie Banks Signed TicketThe game from which the ticket is from might effect the value slightly, but once a ticket is signed the value of the unsigned ticket is lost to the signature. The bulk of the value will rely on the signature and how well the ticket displays it. An Ernie Banks signed ticket or ticket stub is worth about $50.-$75. the value will vary based on the display of the signature and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that are not properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. If the ticket is signed on the back it will have a lower value, and a full ticket as opposed to a stub will have a higher value.
as much as someone is willing to pay for it ...ALTHOUGH MOST HENDRIX TICKET COLLECTORS HAVE A GOOD IDEA OF THE VALUE OF A TICKET EVEN BEFORE THEY SEE IT...AS A HENDRIX TICKET IT HAS A VARIABLE VALUE BASED ON THE VENUE, DATE, ATTENDANCE, POLITICAL FACTORS, AND MANY OTHER VARIABLES...AS FOR THE AUTOGRAPHS, THEY ARE GENERALLY WORTH ABOUT $1000...FOR A COMPLETE AUTHENTIC SET OF THREE...ON A TICKET YOU CAN JUST ADD IN THE VALUE OF THE TICKET SO A GOOD ESTIMATE FOR AN AUTHENTIC SIGNED HENDRIX TICKET WOULD BE $1300-ON UP...GORKINOFF-HENDRIX TICKET COLLECTOR
You can get anywhere you need to go by going on to www.greyhound.com. If you're going from Bridgeport to Georgia its going to cost you around $200 or more for a one way ticket.
A Cal Ripken Jr. Signed ticket from his last game is worth about $75.-$150. value may vary based on condition, the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature, and how well the ticket displays the signature. Signatures that are not authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Once a collectible Item such as a ticket is signed it looses it's value as a collectible ticket, and becomes an item to display the signature. The bulk of the value now relies on the value of the signature. To the ticket collector the signature would be considered a flaw in the condition of the ticket. The signed ticket would be desired by the autograph collector. A ticket with a high collectors value like Cal Ripken's last game would be desired, and could add some value to the signature. See Related links below for a Cal Ripken Jr. signed 1994 full unused ticket, from the Historic day he played in his 2000 consecutive game. The Ticket pictured sold for $175.
Mickey Mantle signed 1953 World Series Ticket StubThe value of an unsigned 1953 World Series ticket stub in excellent - near mint condition is about $100.- $150. Once the ticket is signed the ticket cannot achieve a high grade in condition, it loses it's value as a collectible, and the bulk of the value will now rely on the signature and how well the signature is displayed on the ticket. In general a Mickey Mantle signed World Series ticket Stub is worth about $150.-$300. Value will vary based on the grade of the signature, the type of ink used to sign the ticket, how it stands out in contrast to the printing behind it. (Eye appeal) and the type of authenticity that accompanies it.Signatures that are not properly authenticated could ell at half the market value or less.
A mixed ticket is the same as a split ticket.
Ticket to what?