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Buyer beware: Online scalpers looking to cash in on Cavalia

They say scalpers are posting cheap or discounted tickets on several websites, when in fact they’re priced higher than what you can get them for directly through Cavalia's website.
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They say scalpers are posting cheap or discounted tickets on several websites, when in fact they’re priced higher than what you can get them for directly through Cavalia's website.

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