Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump will be filling Germain Arena with the dynamic energy he's known for on Monday night.
Free tickets are still available online, but people are using Facebook, Craigslist, and Ebay to sell those tickets for what they claim is a sold out event.
Four In Your Corner found tickets ranging from $50-$200 even though the website is still accepting submissions for free tickets.
Ralph Santillo, the founder of the Veterans Foundation in Cape Coral says people have been calling his organization inquiring about getting tickets once Trump announced he would be in Estero.
"They've asked us if we had any contacts to get any," he said. "I told them to go on the website, I didn't really know what to tell them."
Four In Your Corner showed Santillo some of the ads people are posting to sell tickets online.
"Two hundred dollars for a pair? "For two hundreds bucks I want to have dinner with him here," Santillo said.
Santillo isn't for or against Trump, but says anyone selling tickets online is simply un-American.
"We have scalpers for a campaign speech? I don't believe that," he said.
Germain Arena seats about eight thousand people but a ticket doesn't guarantee you a seat. Four In Your Corner reached out to the Trump Campaign to find out how many tickets have been distributed. The Trump Campaign has not responded.
Four In Your Corner reached out to Germain Arena to ask if they've heard about these online sales. A representative tells FOX 4 people have shown up to the arena expecting to pick up tickets they've paid for online, only to find out the arena doesn't have them.
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