It would not be fair for me to come in and swoop up on all the tickets at the lower level.
Considering the potential profit you stand to make from this abomination it certainly wouldn't be fair.
Of course, I fully expect to read the requisite reply that the profit motive is not the driving reason behind your entrepreneurial parasitism. Rather, I suspect we'll be on the receiving end of some smarmy, feel-good justification of how you feel a compelling need - a drive - to introduce others to the wondrous nature of Burningman.
To which I'll skip ahead and ask would you feel so motivated if someone challenged you to make a percentage of your spots available for individuals in economic dire straits. Would you make them free or at a radically reduced price? You know, something like the event does or municipalities demand of individuals (or corporations) who stand to profit tremendously off of the work of others.
Because that's what you're doing. In spite of whatever obvious (or ulterior) motives you have for doing this the bottom line is that you are making a profit off the work of hundreds - thousands of other who give of themselves freely.
You are parasitic to the event.
Your idea is anathema to the event and contributes absolutely fucking NOTHING to it save for some artificially manufactured pretentious, semblance of creativity and spontaneous generosity from the comfort of a catered RV. Do you charge extra for wiping the asses of your customers?
What you propose is to vicariously suck off the energy and creativity of others under the pretense of 'providing to those who might not ever experience the event.'
Well, fuck that.
You are a bug and I hope your endeavor fails miserably.