Ok, when I was a kid, about 10 years old, I was still like what I am now: a person looking to make money in any way, and I am still thinking about doing an idea I thought of a while ago. So my dad had season tickets to the Buffalo Sabres, and still does. Anyways, about 3 or 4 years ago, the buffalo sabres made the playoffs and when the series went against a near by rival city, the tickets were over $1,000 a piece! So buying them at lets say $150 in bulk, thats $850 per seat per game! A series is 4 to 7 games and I think it did go to game 7 so thats 2 seats x 7 games x $1000 = $14,000 and probably buy them for online a few grand. Not sure the exact price but EASILY double your money. So thats pretty good for just listing the tickets and mailing them. Ok, I just found out the price of the tickets for regular season: It is $84.00 per game, which is $3,444.00 per season. So it is $84.00 per game. Here are the prices for a game if you buy the ticket individually, (directly from the sabres too). $233 $173 $132 $114 $99 Those are the range of prices depending on the opponent. They run out quickly individually so people go to places like eBay, although the prices are higher. So the average per season ticket is lower than the lowest value of ticket. We are talking same seats and everything. So buying bulk is the way to go. The average ticket individually is $132. So lets say $150 on eBay. Thats a $68 profit per ticket I beleive. So $136 per game. Not bad for minimal work, but when a big rival comes, they will be selling for $233 each and $500 on eBay so thats $250 per seat so $500 profit per game. What are your guys thoughts on this? I am curious. Although I don't have that money to invest yet, it was always an idea that caught my eye.