reliklaerek (reliklaerek) wrote in thequestionclub,

This would be a lot simpler if they were cheaper.....

This is kind of a dumb question, and I'll figure it out once I talk to my sister again and she makes up her mind.
But here's the situation:
A few months ago, my bf and I made a kind of promise to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra together. He was really excited and he's never seen them before (I have). 

A couple of weeks ago, my mom bought 5 tickets to see Trans-Siberian for the family, assuming everyone wanted to go. But now my bf and I wouldn't be able to sit together since he'd have to buy a separate ticket and for whatever reason the seat-choosing thing doesn't work. 
My mom told my sister about buying the tickets and my sister seemed very disinterested, so my mom said my bf could buy her seat from her. But then when my mom told my sister that, she said "I didn't say I didn't want to go". Needless to say, I'm kind of annoyed by this. I don't think she really wants to go (TSO isn't really her thing) and it wouldn't be beneath her to ditch at the last moment. 

Sooo,  if she does want to go, I'm figuring me and my bf should just buy our own tickets, and give the extra one to either my sister's bf or my aunt. It would be a lot easier if she would let him buy her ticket, since he actually really wants to go, unlike her. But she won't make up her mind. 

Anyway, assuming she wants to go, should me and my bf just buy our own tickets? I mean, he could just buy a separate ticket, but then we won't get to sit together, and the point of seeing this concert together was to see it together. 

ETA: I talked to my sister and she said she's going for sure, so my bf and I decided to just buy our own tickets since that was the only way we could sit together. Thanks for your input, guys.
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