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Monday, November 16, 2009

Nothin' Populist About Ticket Prices for Guy Fieri's San Jose Appearance

Posted By on Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 2:54 PM

click to enlarge For $150, you'll probably be able to hit him with your underwear. - BROADWAY SOUTH OF RALEIGH, NC/FLICKR
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  • For $150, you'll probably be able to hit him with your underwear.
No dives on this tour. Although Guy Fieri is the Joe the Plumber of the food world, tickets to his Roadshow are urban-elites steep. The only Bay Area appearance for the Guy Fieri Roadshow, produced by his company, Knuckle Sandwich, will be at the San Jose Civic Auditorium Dec. 16. We found tickets ranging in price from $28 to a whopping $718, depending on where you buy 'em.

Stubhub prices are higher, possibly because they're set by sellers, who can ask as much as they want. But Ticketmaster has two packages for those willing to pony up serious dough to see the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives star up close and personal. The "Off Da Hook" package includes a seat on stage, a book, squirt bottle, and preshow meet and greet, all for $253. For $150, the "Kulinary Krew" package gets you the same thing, minus the on-stage seat. But, hey, you'll probably still be close enough to hit Fieri with your bra.

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