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Auburn enacts measures against counterfeit ticketing

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During the offseason, the City of Auburn took measures to protect fans from ticket counterfeiters. The Auburn City Council now requires individuals re-selling tickets within the Auburn City limits to have a permit. Additionally, Auburn Athletics offers tips for avoiding counterfeit tickets.Permits will include a city-issued badge with photo identification. The permit does not legitimize the sellers as Auburn University representatives, nor does it validate the tickets they are selling. The purpose of the scalping permit is to provide Auburn police officers an opportunity to engage and identify individuals scalping tickets during Auburn Athletics events. Individuals that choose to purchase tickets from a scalper are encouraged to document the permit number.

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