Scalpers Sell Tickets for $200 a Pop to Trump’s Sold Out Florida Rally

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is holding a rally near Ft. Myers, Florida in the town of Estero on Monday afternoon and the response is overwhelming.

The 8,000 capacity Germain Arena is not big enough to hold the up to 15,000 ticket holders for the rally. In response the campaign is trying to find a bigger venue on short notice reported WBBH-TV.

Tickets were cut off Friday afternoon as it became apparent the demand would swamp the facility.

Meanwhile scalpers are selling the free ticket to the rally for up to $200 on Craigslist.

“2 tickets to see the Donald Rally for his bid as president! Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Rally is Monday at Germain Arena Doors open at 1pm Rally at 3pm

200.00 for both tickets

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

Another seller offered four tickets for $400.

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“4 Tickets Donald Trump – Event is sold out – $400 (Cape Coral) I have 4 tickets to see Donald Trump at Germain Arena – This is event is already sold out. Unfortunately we cannot attend. Event Time: Monday, September 19, 2016 at 3:00 PM Germain Arena 11000 Everblades Parkway Estero, FL 33928”

Others were offered for $150 for a pair.

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Pair of TRUMP tickets – $150 (East Naples)

Scored two TRUMP tickets for Germain arena this Monday. I have to work that day. Who wants to buy my tickets? I’ll email you the link and print them out for you.”

Recent polls of Florida have shown Trump in a statistical tie with Clinton or pulling ahead.

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