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Beware The Oregon Civil War Scams 

How hot are Civil War tickets this year for the nationally televised Oregon – Oregon State game that will likely determine which of the two teams goes to the Rose Bowl? So in demand that the Attorney General wants you to be aware of ticket scams.

AG John Kroger issued a media alert this morning advising Beavs and Ducks to be on the look-out for bogus ticket deals, offering a list of tips for fans who want to protect themselves. In addition to buying from a reputable broker, Kroger says that fans should confirm that the seat, row and section listed on the ticket actually corresponds to a seat at Autzen Stadium.

And most importantly, like Internet celebrity sex videos, fans should be wary of any deal of any deal that sounds too good to be true.

 


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