Just to debate...
The tickets being discussed here were listed for the exact price that they were purchased for and the price they are now showing for was driven up by demand. I fail to see what is wrong with this.
ajsrose in another post you stated that you were ok with this kind of selling. I do agree that it is unfair that there are tickets listed for much higher than the purchase price and are only buy it now.
Also, we do not know the sellers circumstances. If the seller purchased tickets, and now for whatever legitimate reason cannot attend or bought too many, why then can't they be sold in this way? Especially when they were listed at the exact price that they cost and the seller appears only to be attempting to recoup costs.
I totally agree with this!!! I had 2 extra tickets that were going to be used but unfortunately could not be used so I put my tickets up for sale on ebay just to make sure that someone else could use the tickets that I had. I listed them at exactly what I bought them for, they went for just over what I bought them for. I didnt see the harm in it. I didnt specifially buy tickets to rip any one off or make a profit off it, I just didnt want the tickets going to waste.