From the Star-Telegram
If you didn’t have tickets by Friday to see GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, you’re probably out of luck.
Around 20,000 free tickets made available for the Monday night rally were gone by Friday afternoon — and before long, tickets started showing up for sale on Craigslist for up to $100 apiece.
But she encouraged people who missed out to keep checking the Ticketmaster website on the off-chance that Trump’s staff offers extra seats.
Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul, is the latest candidate to head to North Texas in the hope of widening support among the state’s Republicans, who head to the polls March 1 for the primary.
He seems to have attracted the most interest of any candidate who has headed here this year.
LAST WEEK, DONALD TRUMP BECAME THE FIRST GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE TO DRAW MORE THAN 30 PERCENT SUPPORT IN POLLS.
“He’s formidable,” said Bill Miller, an Austin-based political consultant. “He’s always interesting, and you never know what he’s going to say.
“It’s a new show every day.”