STLtoday.com — People trying to skirt Missouri’s anti-scalping law have come up with some creative ways to make a profit on sports tickets. Consider...

STLtoday.com — People trying to skirt Missouri’s anti-scalping law have come up with some creative ways to make a profit on sports tickets.

Consider the St. Louis man who on Saturday sold two tickets to a Cards-Cubs game on eBay for a $79 profit. . .

To circumvent the law, he said that he was selling the tickets at face value but that any additional proceeds would pay for a “decorative paper clip” to fasten the tickets.

Meanwhile, fans who bought last-minute tickets on StubHub.com to this weekend’s Cardinals games with the Reds had to drive to Fairview Heights to collect their tickets. . . (Full Story)