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nickname for the Scottish terrier.
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By the time we got to Ticketmaster, the race between the bots and die-hard fans was over, having been run months earlier.
It is like building slums on Park Avenue, but as we will see below, it serves a purpose: only some people--the die-hard fans--like to slum it.
Many bands, including Springsteen and his buddies in the E Street Band, want to give their die-hard fans a break on ticket prices, especially on seats near the stage.
From an efficiency perspective, die-hard fans ought to be paid for their head-banging efforts.
Bands are struggling to price-discriminate in favor of their die-hard fans, not the bloodless bots, leading them to experiment with alternative strategies and enlist the government to help.
Figure 2 illustrates a couple of hypothetical demand curves, one of die-hard fans ([D.
At this price, the quantity of tickets demanded by head-banging die-hard fans ([Q.
A Steelers helmet-shaped mailbox will make a die-hard fan proud.
It is a little known fact that the offspring of a die-hard Packers fan is raised to be just as a devoted fan.
San Francisco's Coronet has historic significance for die-hard fans: It is where the original ``Star Wars'' trailer debuted in 1977.
Some 250 die-hard stargazers camped out for a bleachers spot.
To those points, we felt it appropriate for this year's advertising campaign to focus on the die-hard NFL fans that have made NFL SUNDAY TICKET such a successful product.