I even tried to the ticketbastard outlets but they wouldn't sell them to me since I am not in New York. Perhaps they were sold out online right at 10am, and that is the reason, but I have been told at the outlet near me that they don't even get them for the out of state shows. I am not sure if that is just an excuse the outlet gave or if that is really true, but it isn't the first time it happened.
And it really sucks that with the price of things in NYC, it sucks to drive all the way out, pay for hotels, gas, and food, without even being sure I'll get into the show. Never the less, I'll be wandering around outside the show early, with a finger in the air looking to buy any extras that are available.
BTW, I didn't mind the single night per venue so much as the way it jumped around all over. It cost a lot in gas and time to drive from one show, across the state to another, only to have to turn around and go back to a couple hours from where I was a night or few before. I prefer when they play all the shows within a nearer distance of each other in that order, so I don't spend all day in a car trying to make each one. It's nice to be able to relax a bit before a show. I am getting a bit old to handle it all. When I was younger I could stay up all night partying and still have energy to make it to the next show and hang out, but now I have to shoot back to the hotel to catch some rest, get up early and back on the road to just barely make it in time before the doors open. No more hanging out on lot all day before the show, like I used to do. Life on tour isn't as easy as it used to be!