NMU Public Safety looking into incidents of scalping tickets for WCHA Championship Game

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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - NMU Public Safety has been made aware of incidents of scalping tickets for the Michigan Tech University versus Northern Michigan University WCHA Championship Game.

Michigan Law states that scalping tickets at a higher value than the advertised price is a 90 day misdemeanor or a $100 fine.

NMU Public Safety is following up on reported incidents of scalping and if someone is caught, charges will be filed with the Prosecutor’s Office.

Tickets for the Championship game sold out at the Berry Events Center in around four hours. 1,200 tickets set aside for Northern Michigan University students have also sold out.

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