Detroit Tigers Try To Boost Attendance Through Various Promotions
The Detroit Tigers are now ranked the second-worst team in the American League, leaving fans unwilling to come out to a game. Nonetheless, the team is trying to boost attendance with various promotions. Currently, the team has a 28-58 record. From 2012 to 2014, during their four-year run of... Read more
Detroit Tigers Switch To Mobile-Only Tickets For 2019 Season
The Detroit Tigers have officially switched to using a mobile-only ticketing system for the 2019 season. Baseball fans will no longer be able to enter Comerica Park with paper tickets this year. Instead, they’ll have to show tickets on the Major League Baseball Ballpark app. A video on the... Read more
Detroit Tigers Season Ticket Holders At Risk Amid Michigan Resale Bill
A change to the laws regulating ticket resale in Michigan is brewing, and it may spell bad news for individuals with season memberships for the Detroit Tigers, TicketNews has learned. House Bill No. 4224, introduced in February by Rep. Tim Kelly (R-Saginaw), removes language prohibiting ticket resale for above... Read more
Baseball Begins, Joins Lollapalooza On Best-Sellers List
Lollapalooza single-day passes went on sale yesterday, taking the top three spots on yesterday’s best-sellers list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. This year’s Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, Illinois features headlining acts Bruno Mars, The Weeknd, Jack White, and Arctic Monkeys. The festival is set to run from... Read more
Detroit Tigers Tickets Are Going For Under Five Bucks On Resale Sites
After a quite pitiful season for the Detroit Tigers, they host their last series at Comerica Park this weekend against the Minnesota Twins- three games that will have virtually no effect on their second-to-last League standing. Bad news for Tigers fans: their team sucks. Good news: their tickets are... Read more
Market Heat Report: Beautiful Numbers for the Beautiful Game
It’s feeling awful European (or, rather, awful ‘everywhere but the United States’) these days, as the secondary market continues to be absolutely dominated by soccer, which took eight of the Top 10 spots in the daily tally on TicketNetwork. While Kenny Rogers remained at No. 1 with his farewell... Read more
Market Heat Report: Bruno Mars In But Soccer Dominates
Top-tier showman Bruno Mars makes a pair of appearances in the Market Heat report for this Tuesday, with a show tonight in Sacramento at No. 7, and an August 5th date in Minnesota down at No. 17… But the top 10 is dominated by soccer once again, as some... Read more