#1 I agree with the Warchant policy in that it allows us to buy tickets or parking passes at face value (including tax and shipping mind you) from people who share a common interest. FSU athletics. Plus it's like a safe haven from having to pay full retail. I'm all for it. Keep the Warchant policy.
#2 Scalping is the act of BUYING OR SELLING, not just the latter. I've been "scalping" event tickets since high school as a hobby, to make extra cash, and to get better seats for the events I like to go to. I'm a quite good at it and have been dubbed the "Ticketmeister" by friends and family. They wonder how I'm so good at it. I'm also a terrific eBay'r. Anyway, Florida has finally wised up and removed the ticket scalping law. This is a free market economy. Capitalism at it's finest. I'm a full believer in entrepreneurship. It's what made our Country great. Which means if I buy a can of coke for $.50 and sell it to you for $1.00. No problem. I can buy a car wholesale for $5,000 and sell it on Autotrader for $7,000. No problem. I can buy a house on a shortsale for $200,000 and turn it around and sell it for $225,000 a month later if I wish. The same is true for event tickets. If someone is willing to pay what I'm asking for then so be it. Supply, demand and competition determine price. They taught me that right here in economics and finance classes at Florida State University. I just sold my FSU vs UNC tickets for a profit on Stubhub an that's the way it should be. However, if I sold them here on Warchant I would sell them for face or less.