The Economics of Scalping Super Bowl Tickets

New England Patriots' season-ticket holders had the chance to buy Super Bowl tickets at face value, and they could lose their seats next season if they resell the tickets. Economists say controlling supply when demand is so high only raises prices.

Curt Nickisch reports for member station WBUR.

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