Tourists visit New York City to do things like take in a Yankees Game or visit the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Now they can almost do both at the same time.
That’s right, the public can now enjoy America’s favorite (non-football) pastime while simultaneously engaging in the sort of capitalistic bidding wars that rage on the Stock Exchange floor. How can they do this? By selling empty stadium seats to other fans in the stadium during the game.
You thought being a Red Sox fan in Yankee Stadium was a good reason to start a fight? Wait until you and your son try to outbid other fans for those two seats behind Mariano Rivera as he warms up in the bullpen (during his final season, we might add). The Dad with the most money or faster digital device wins–you know, the better Dad.
You might as well just go home.