Bernard Madoff's $80,000 New York Mets baseball season tickets may be sold -- sort of -- to the highest bidder on eBay.
The trustee liquidating Madoff's assets wants court permission to sell the tickets in an online auction and use the proceeds to help reimburse Madoff's defrauded customers.
But the buyer will not get Madoff's exact seats.
Madoff's tickets were for two seats in the second row behind home plate in the Delta Club Platinum section and had a face value of about $80,191, or $295 to $695 per single ticket.
Court-appointed trustee Irving Picard has worked out a deal with the Mets to exchange Madoff's seats for two less expensive ones a few sections over and a few rows back with a face value of $60,750.
So that's what you get when you financially screw a bunch of people: a single-game ticket between $300 and $700 and some friends in the shower.