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Poll From: 03/01/2013

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What is the most you have ever paid for a concert ticket? Submitted By SofiaSays, OH
Over $100.
$80-$100.
$60-$79.
$40-$59.
Less than $40
I've never paid to go to a concert.
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ni64
on 05/02/13
The, Grand Ole Opry
mackdaddy5::2013-03-".."+
on 03/30/13
ADANGE::2013-06-13 06:33:32 liked this  
i love concertzzzz
dravensnest
on 03/25/13
Gader1 and 1 others liked this  
never been to a concert
kikonino
on 03/23/13
ADANGE::2013-06-13 06:33:32 and 1 others liked this  
Esperanza de Vida
frank4892
on 03/21/13
Concert for link in park
Laya33
on 03/15/13
concerts... isn't5 it wonderful how the music can flow through your whole body and you automaticalle begin to tap your feet, clap your hands, shake your hips? It's not about the money really, it's about giving yourelf a treat. who cares how much it costs as long as you're happy?
HappySad92
on 03/12/13
lol;lol
sonudk
on 03/11/13
being in concert is an experience that every one should take atleast once.
MacNTosh
on 03/10/13
Alexaweb liked this  
Its Not about how much it is , its how good the concert is
GopherGeek101
on 03/10/13
When you walk away from a concert, you will eventually forget about the money you paid to go. What you will never forget are the experiences and memories.
YemJI
on 03/08/13
Slim Shdy,s soldier
MtnMiss
on 03/08/13
My one and only concert was to see Paul McCartney. Worth every penny when I was younger. But I will probably never go to a pay for entrance concert again.
4love2B
on 03/07/13
still waiting to be in my first concert and get crazy!!
harishiaf
on 03/05/13
rain67 liked this  
i have never been to a conceert
rain67
on 03/07/13
I never have, either. They are too expensive.
savehawaii
on 03/04/13
first concert, no one comes to the Big Island of Hawaii
Dragonlaws
on 03/04/13
festivals are funnier
VolleyG124
on 03/03/13
Oops, thought it said something else. My answer is $80-$100
Stirfrizzle
on 03/03/13
Tickets alone, never over $40. Festivals are different.
nitad8455
on 03/01/13
Sorry, no one performer is worth oover $100. A band maybe. But no one person.
zoemarie2005
on 03/03/13
Celine Dion definitely is worth more...Suppose it depends who your idol is :)
vijayba
on 03/02/13
i never had t pay more than 100$
charice1210
on 03/02/13
i never had to pay nore than $40 for concert tickets.
grnson1
on 03/02/13
i didint pay jack!
Austolia
on 03/02/13
I love rave like events!!
karen101175
on 03/02/13
i think if you ever have to pay more then $40 to see a concert is a rip off no matter how famous the person is
MissConspiracy
on 03/02/13
Fees and everything I paid $75 to see Flogging Molly. A bit ridiculous but I've been waiting over 10 years to see this band. Probably going to end up paying the same to see Bad Religion again and Alkaline Trio. I remember when shows were cheap. I only paid $8 to see the Bouncing Souls.
MissConspiracy
on 03/02/13
And I just noticed I commented on the wrong poll.
Disregard.
tnejdnjd
on 03/02/13
I have nevered payed more than 80.00 for a ticket
tnejdnjd
on 03/02/13
I'm just a frugal kinda guy. However, I will spend whatever amount of money necessary for the big(ger) games.
MZimmi
on 03/02/13
karen101175 liked this  
most a paid was 17$
SammyZ31
on 03/02/13
Most I've paid for a ticket was $45 but when I went with someone else more than $100
browneyes32
on 03/02/13
I have nevered payed more than 80.00 for a ticket
MeEatCheese
on 03/02/13
I paid with a camel
FatchancexD
on 03/02/13
70$
MarkusN
on 03/02/13
karen101175 liked this  
$0
rylew
on 03/01/13
karen101175 liked this  
$0.00
XxGreenPoisonxX
on 03/01/13
!00 bucks
karankaswan007
on 03/01/13
Isiah87439l liked this  
$ 100
bryannag93
on 03/01/13
MeEatCheese liked this  
Most of the time, i volunteer and see them for free =)
ANINDITAMUM
on 03/01/13
$100
Nicae
on 03/01/13
ahh
chelleyjay
on 03/01/13
I've only had to pay once all the others I was invited
Mak1702
on 03/01/13
hahah good question
talty
on 03/01/13
Some people need to getout,and relax.
kittykats90
on 03/01/13
Only been to one concert...Josh Groban. I received the tickets as a birthday gift from my mom :)
abeard0316
on 03/01/13
$68.00
Minyaagar
on 03/01/13
laciejay and 1 others liked this  
I think my most expensive concert tickets were around $40 a piece. That was my first and last Hanson concert. I still love them, I just love my eardrums more. lol
mgtheman
on 03/01/13
I've never felt the need to pay actual money for the privilege of standing in the same room as a group of people producing noises with certain wavelengths.

Besides, what concerts would I go to anyway? Jughead's Hat? Goat Cheese Pizza? She Likes Cloth? All the bands I can name offhand are fictional.
Makar69
on 03/01/13
Never been to a concert, unfortunately. The bands I do want to go see rarely visit my city, and when they do, it's for one night and they don't return for several years.
2013Laura59
on 03/01/13
The only concert i went to was a Kenney Rodgers Concert and i think i paid around 60 dollars and it was worth it! I was in lala land for 3 days! hahahaha!
grumblewine
on 03/01/13
CCR and ZZTOP 15 bucks for both a dream night for a 16 year old!
Dptstretch
on 03/01/13
I think I've paid in the $80 to $100 range...might have paid over $100 for a 3 day festival. Remember lots of GREAT shows in the 70s' for around $10...first time for the Stones in '81 I thought it was outrageous that tix were $13.20...most I had paid up until that time.

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