How do I know hockey in Vegas is really working?
Golden Knights officials are urging fans to be cautious of fraudulent tickets for the Western Conference final when tickets go on sale Thursday.
Vegas experienced more than 20 fraudulent tickets through the first two rounds of the playoffs.
The easiest way to identify fake tickets is if they are physical copies. The team does not sell paper tickets, meaning those selling hard copies in front of T-Mobile Arena are not legitimate.
Yes, I get that fake tickets are going to come with the territory. But think about this for a minute. The team goes from getting crushed around the NHL from the Big Js who predicted the team would be a disaster and now there are fake tickets being circulated. Just imagine catching a Stanley Cup champion franchise and a Raiders game all in one weekend. Guys trip. Roll in Friday night. Catch a Knights game on Saturday, party your ass off, get up Sunday, party your ass off pregaming for a Raiders game, then catch the game, party more, game ends, party and then head to the airport for your red eye home so you can work Monday morning. Those weekends aren’t too far off.
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