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Old December 10th 03, 04:21 AM
scottabe
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I'd sure like to talk about arranging free promotional lift tickets, then
getting ****ed by the very people I benefited, right here on rsa.
Let's discuss the ethics of stealing lift tickets, as practiced by Anthea
Kerrison and defended by her buddies.
BTW, where are the freebies for rsa now?
Never happen again. No mountain wants a thing to do with sociopaths and
terrorists.

in article , Bob Lee at
wrote on 12/9/03 6:47 PM:

Apparently people are taking discounted and promotional lift tickets and
vouchers and selling them on eBay.

This URL is the from Durango Herald:
http://tinyurl.com/yj1g

"Ski resorts bemoan online auctions"

RIp-off or too bad?

Bob


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Old December 10th 03, 04:27 AM
Richard Henry
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"Bob Lee" wrote in message
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Apparently people are taking discounted and promotional lift tickets and
vouchers and selling them on eBay.

This URL is the from Durango Herald:
http://tinyurl.com/yj1g

"Ski resorts bemoan online auctions"

RIp-off or too bad?


Too bad. It looks to me like the resorts want the promotion of giving away
freebies and discounts, and are only upset when someone actually wants to
use them.



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Old December 10th 03, 01:00 PM
Mary Malmros
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Bob Lee writes:

Apparently people are taking discounted and promotional lift tickets and
vouchers and selling them on eBay.


That's been going on for a long time, and I don't see any harm in
it. It's kind of like selling the ugly tea tray that your cousin
gave you as a wedding present -- some might see it as tacky, but
hey, it's your tea tray.

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