Few tickets to be in the live audience will be given out to DU students by lottery only.
Sunday, the Presidential Debate Commission reiterated that tickets won by students in the lottery cannot be transferred or sold. Students who do receive a spot cannot pick up their tickets until the day of the debate.
"Tickets are by invitation only," University of Denver Vice Chancellor Kevin Carroll said. "If you are offered the opportunity to purchase a ticket, don't do it. They are not available to the public."
Scammers have already been spotted on Craigslist claiming to have debate tickets for sale. Dozens of other listings are from people willing to pay as much as $400 for tickets to be in the audience.
Debate organizers say their focus is on making the debate as enjoyable as possible for the millions watching at home. Home or a watch party may be the best place to see Wednesday's debate as sporadic road closures around DU will make driving difficult.
Click here for a related story about the closure of a section of I-25 on Wednesday, October 3.
Click here for numerous options to drive through the city on Wednesday.
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