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Last Chance to Get FREE Tickets to See Rogue Wave Tonight

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Rogue Wave loves you, that’s obvious because tonight’s show at Great American Music Hall is the second FREE show they’ve played in the Bay Area in the past 3 months. There’s a slight catch to this one though – you’ll have to drop by Philz Coffee on 24th St in the Mission or on Shattuck to pick up you FREE tickets. Which actually isn’t that bad since I can almost guarantee that 99% of you will need a cup of coffee at some point today.

And if you can’t make it to Philz or if you work downtown, you can also pick up FREE tickets at the Verizon store on Market and 4th where, according to the info page, you’ll receive VIP Tickets if you demo a Samsung Fascinate. Which I’m pretty sure means they just want you to play with their new phone. So you could take your significant other/current love interest on a VIP date and make him/her think you’re important, just for spending 5 minutes playing with a phone. Not a bad deal when you’re broke.

FREE Rogue Wave show
Great American Music Hall
Tonight, November 4th at 8 PM
859 O’Farrell St at Polk [Russian Hill/Tenderloin]
More Info

Pick up tickets at the following locations:
Philz Coffee
9AM – 3PM
3101 24th St. at Folsom St. [Mission]
1600 Shattuck Ave. at Cedar St. [Berkeley]

Verizon Wireless Store
11:00am '“ 5:00pm
Demo a Samsung Fascinate for VIP tickets
768 Market St. at 4th St. [Downtown]

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1 Comment

  1. Christy Jovanelly - Cheapskate Commentator
    November 4, 2010 at 12:47 pm — Reply

    Is there a “like” button I can press?

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