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Yankees In Court Today Opposing StubHub Pickup Location In Bronx
Published April 16, 2013
StubHub argues the pickup location, like its many others around the country, is only for retrieval of prior orders, and that the Yankees through their new resale partnership with Ticketmaster are trying to "limit the choices fans have to resell their tickets in order to increase its own profits at the expense of competition and consumers." The Yankees argue the location represents an open solicitation to buy and sell tickets in violation of the law. "StubHub wants to create the impression that it is still the Yankees' official ticket provider, even though it is not in 2013," the club said in a recent court filing.