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Have you ever scraped sales data from Stubhub.com? I dont know all of the technical terms for how the website works but if you just create an account for free at stubhub.com, and try to list tickets to an event for sale you'd be able to see the data I'm looking to get into a database.
Check out this example as a walk-through of what I'm looking for.
After you create a free account at Stubhub.com
Go to [obscured] /texas-rangers-tickets/rangers-vs-yankees-5-7-2011-1005871/
Click on the "Sell for this event" button
Fill out the # of Tickets Field, Section, Row information (it can be incorrect data, all you really need to do is get to the next page where the sales data is)
Once you get to the next screen you will see all of the recent sales for this event.
Once you click on "Premium Infield" you will see all of the sales data for "Premium Infield" seats only.
I'm looking for something which can extract all of the sales data from this page organized by section and including ...
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