Word on the Street: Pope ticket scalping

Pope Francis' visit to New York is a little over a week away. Organizers used a lottery to distribute 80,000 free tickets to witness the

News 12 Brooklyn asked residents what they thought about papal ticket scalping.

News 12 Brooklyn asked residents what they thought about papal ticket scalping. (9/14/15)

BROOKLYN - Pope Francis' visit to New York is a little over a week away.

Organizers used a lottery to distribute 80,000 free tickets to witness the event.

Many people who obtained them are putting them for sale online at high prices.

News 12 Brooklyn asked residents what they thought about papal ticket scalping.

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