Warriors Team President: Arena Construction Delayed Because Of Lawsuits
My “TK Show” conversation with Warriors president Rick Welts: On backing up the SF arena opening to Fall 2019, the team’s long-term plans, and working with commissioner Adam Silver By Tim Kawakami Warriors team president Rick Welts had some news to drop on us for this “TK Show” episode... Read more
Deontay Wilder Draws Out of State Fans to Brooklyn
WBC heavyweight champDeontay Wilderwants a unification bout with Tyson Fury, but first the undefeated Wilder(35-0-KO34)must get past Poland’s southpaw Artur Szpilka(20-1-KO15). This could end up being a good fight, though the bookmakers do not give the smaller but fasterSzpilkaa chance in hell, his 15 wins by knockout shows that... Read more
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No long after popping the champagne bottles to commemorate one of the most successful seasons in team history, Chicago Cubs management finished their celebration by raising ticket prices by an average of 7 to 14 percent. The Chicago Business Journal reports that Wrigley Field terrace boxes will rise by... Read more
For 90 years, the Harlem Globetrotters have brought fun, dazzling talent, and hilarious comedy to basketball courts around the world. Next year, tickets to this raucous event will become more available to fans than ever before with a recent 3-year partnership deal with Ticket Galaxy. As the nation’s leading... Read more
In the not too distant past, sports teams and fans enjoyed a symbiotic relationship. Teams offered season tickets for sale, and fans purchased them. Teams would place print ads, run radio commercials and call past ticket holders for renewals. With the advent of the secondary market fans realized there... Read more
Warriors Score Big on Playoff Ticket Prices
In an e-mail to fans on May 29 the Golden State Warriors outlined the pre-sale options for tickets to the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. Those who didn’t mind sitting upstairs in sections 226 to 231 could get a seat for between $1,000 and $1,120. Those who wanted to... Read more
Lightning to Tampa Army captain – “You can sell your Stanley Cup tickets, but only to whom we approve”
This season, Paul Dhillon, an Army captain, splurged on two season tickets right behind the Lightning bench. When he tried to resell his tickets during the playoffs because of his Army training conflicts, the Lightning management threatened to cancel his tickets. Read the story here. Now the team is... Read more
There is one big play left in overtime when it comes to a Super Bowl ticket snafu
There is one big play left in overtime when it comes to a Super Bowl ticket snafu. A consumer protection lawsuit filed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson rages on a month after the Seahawks lost to the Patriots. The Seahawks did not respond to a pair of calls... Read more
Fan Freedom Affiliate Alludes to Massive Price Fixing in the Secondary Ticket Market: Titans Caught Manipulating Ticket Sales
According to an investigation by News Channel 5 of Nashville, the Tennessee Titans manipulated ticket sales to achieve a record number of sellouts over the last 15 years. To do so, they entered into business with a ticket broker, who was one of the ticket reseller StubHub’s biggest customers,... Read more