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Hometown singer Jill Scott performs performs on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at Philadelphia's "Made in America" festival on the Parkway.
Tickets pirces range from $75 up to $2,200:
Single-day tickets start at $75. There is a limited number at that price. Once they sell out, the price goes up another 10 dollars. That whole process gets repeated. The final price for single day jumps to $95, so the obvious incentive is to get you to buy early and save $20.
$75 Single Day Earlybird 1 -- Saturday
$75 Single Day Earlybird 1 -- Sunday
If you want tickets for both days, the same pricing system is at play. You can pay $135 for tickets to performances for Saturday and Sunday right now, or buy later and risk having to pay $175 later in the week.
And if you want more of a high-end experience, there are three options:
$350 2-Day VIP Pass -- It's still General Admissions seating but gets you into the Festival through the VIP entrance, gives you access to the VIP lounge with food and a cash bar. You get to go home with a "Made in America" T-shirt and laminated, commemorative ticket.
$899 2-Day Platinum VIP Package -- Better seating, exclusive access to the Dance Tent viewing area and "Platinum-Only" lounge with an open bar and catered meals. Private entry. Limited edition poster. Gift bag and help, whenever you need it, from the VIP on-site Concierge.
$689 - $2,199 One or 2-Day "Made in America" Travel Package -- Get in on a package deal for two or four people. The price fluctuates depending on what type of seating you want -- General Admission, VIP or Platinum. You stay two nights at the Sonesta Hotel at 18th and Market Street in Center City, Philadelphia. You'll also get that limited edition poster.