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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.
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.
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.
On Friday, Feld Motor Sports announced the schedule for the 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Series. The racing series will run from January 9th to May 7th and include stops in 17 cities.
It’s not just tickets to the fight that are going fast. The Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao Megafight at the MGM Grand is bringing in money all over Las Vegas. From airlines and Taxi providers to night-clubs and hotels, businesses are preparing for the booming numbers.
The New York Giants and their fans don’t have much to be thankful for this season. New York enters Week 13 tied for last place in the NFC East with a 3-8 record, and a division-worst -61 point differential. The Giants had a chance to play spoiler on Sunday night, but allowed the Dallas Cowboys to overcome an 11-point deficit, as the hated Cowboys won 31-28 over the Giants.
It’s an age old question in sports and pop culture for that matter: who or what was the best ever? Is it Montana or Unitas or Brady or Manning? Is it MJ or Wilt or Magic or Bird? Are teams that we see now and in the last ten years or so better than championship teams from prior eras? Is it fair to compare the two?
As many industry participants are aware, one NBA franchise, the Cleveland Cavaliers, recently announced a substantial shift in how they will execute ticket sales operations. It remains to be seen if this is more of an announcement than a literal plan of execution, but nonetheless this brings to the forefront the relationship between teams or venues and brokers.