A Seat Switcheroo At The World Cup?Greg Burns
Talk about a kick in the head. More than a year ago, Anton Naunheimer of Chicago bought the highest-priced tickets available for the five opening games of World Cup soccer beginning in the Windy City on June 17. Paying $400 for a five-ticket block, he expected a commanding view of the action, somewhere in the heart of Soldier Field. But when his tickets arrived recently, Naunheimer found himself stuck behind the goal line, just down the aisle from the cheap seats--$150 per block. His plight may be shared by thousands of other miffed fans.
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