Prof. Gregory Northcraft hypothetically offered two skybox tickets (with free drinks in the box) to the NFC Championship game between the Packers and the Bears to the class with a bidding process. In the end the prices being offered vary with one student not willing to pay anything for it. I was confident that I would be the guy who is willing to pay the most for them. Prof. Northcraft then offered the student to sell the tickets to me for $1,000. He would've accepted it and I'd be happy to take it. Thing is, he didn't know I was willing to pay for up to $3,500 for those awesome tickets. Would he change his decision had he known my stance?