I work at a place where most everyone else is from the area, but my wife and I are from far away. I won a pair of tickets to a sporting event in a raffle at work. (I was automatically entered in the draw.) Corporate type seats, about $300 a pop, food, drink, trransportations, etc. I already have tickets to a live comedy show the same night ($65 a ticket). I really don't even care for the sport in question, but I am sort of curious about the whole event from more of a sociological/anthropological perspective.
(a) go to experience what everyone else in this region is all crazy about (it's like a religion for these folks...I can relate based on my love for my team in another sport)
(b)give them to the boss so he can take his wife (and earn myself brownie points)...i actually do like my boss a lot, btw,
(c) sell them on stubhub - we all work at a non-profit, and few of us around here can afford to drop $500 plus on tickets, food, transportation, etc. Is that going to incur the wrath of my colleagues? Or is it just plain tacky?
The comedy show is one show early and is the exact same time.
I think I know what I'm going to do, but I figured I'd solicit some opinions anyhow.
|Magic 8 Ball|
Yeah, I don't get hockey, either. Since you would hate to be in the position to have to choose amongst your peers, I would give them to your boss and explain that you had previous plans that you couldn't get out of.
Selling them would be very douchey of you...