A new craze is being unleashed on Craigslist.
There’s a huge surge of mass lottery ticket sales in Canada and the U.S. as people try to get their hands on these massive tickets.
Craigslist has a list of more than 3,000 “Mass lottery tickets” and the number is growing daily.
People are posting on Craigslist to ask for mass lottery items and even offer to buy them.
These tickets are for a variety of uses, including sports teams, movies, concerts, and more.
One popular seller, who goes by the name of “The Great Munch,” posted a listing for tickets for the 2017 NBA Finals on Craigslist, for which he would need a deposit of $10,000.
The listing says the tickets are a good deal.
The site has been updated with a warning to buyers to expect a hefty price tag and offers to ship them to the buyer’s address.
“It’s all very exciting,” Munch said of the frenzy of mass-ticket sales on Craigslist in an interview.
“There’s been so much interest.”
One of the biggest buyers is the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Munch’s listing says he’s been trying to sell his tickets since April but the Timberwolves said they couldn’t help.
They’re selling them online on eBay and selling for a combined $2,500 to $3,000 a piece.
“If someone is willing to pay for the tickets, they’re worth the money,” said Timberwolves executive vice president Joe Castiglione, who added that he’s selling tickets on his own website, with the team’s blessing.
He added that the tickets have been used in basketball games at the Timberwolves’ arena in Minneapolis.
Maugh said the Timberwolves will keep up the effort to get more people on board with the ticket sales and he’s excited to get to work with the fans.
“The Wolves are one of the most successful teams in sports in the United States and we have a very passionate fan base,” Maugh wrote on his website.
“We will continue to push the envelope on our ticket sales, and we are very excited to see what this new crape is going to do to the value of the tickets.”
The Minnesota Timberwolves have a fan base of more-than 100,000 fans and Maugh believes they’ll get a bigger bump if the Timberwolves get to the playoffs.
The team has a new coach in Sam Mitchell, who is an assistant with the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers.
He is also a basketball analyst for ESPN and an assistant for the Dallas Mavericks.
Mough has made some sales in the past, but it’s always a risky proposition.
He said he’s tried a few different ways to get tickets for his games, but he’s not willing to risk his job with the Timberwolves.
“I don’t think there’s a reason to be doing this,” he said.
“For my career, I have sold more than 2,000 tickets to events in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.”