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San Francisco Giants To Cut Season Ticket Prices In 2020
In an attempt to boost attendance, the San Francisco Giants plan to reduce season ticket prices next year. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, season ticket holders received an email last week noting that 80 percent of season tickets in 2020 will be offered at a reduced cost. Certain... Read more
Athletics Offer Free Tickets for Kids Throughout September
With baseball attendance declining, the Oakland Athletics are looking for a way to get younger fans to the stadium. Throughout September, anyone under age 12 can get into the Oakland Coliseum for free. This offer is extended to kids 12-years-old and younger with the purchase of one regularly priced... Read more
Cleveland Indians Announce Switch To Mobile Ticketing
The Cleveland Indians are joining a handful of other teams by making the switch to mobile ticketing this year. The team announced the news on Friday, noting that beginning on September 1, fans who enter Progressive Field must use the MLB Ballpark app of StubHub app to scan their... Read more
Orioles Offer 1989 Ticket Prices To Celebrate 30th Anniversary
The Baltimore Orioles are celebrating their 30th anniversary by offering seats for the same price as tickets back in 1989. Fans can grab tickets for the Orioles’ series against the Houston Astros at Camden Yards on August 9 through 11 for only $6.50, as a part of the limited-time... Read more
Cardinals Give Season Ticket Holders Electronic Tickets To Avoid Fraud
The Arizona Cardinals are taking action this season against ticket fraud by giving their season ticket holders electronic cards, rather than hard copies. With digital tickets, fans can sell and transfer tickets through the Cardinal’s app. Representatives for the team told 12 News that this way, they can prevent... Read more
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
Tampa Bay Rays Consider Splitting Home Season in Montreal
The Tampa Bay Rays have been granted permission by Major League Baseball executives to explore the possibility of splitting their future home games between the Tampa region and Montreal, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Thursday. The proposal, in which the Rays would reportedly play the first half of their... Read more
Despite Strong Start, Tampa Bay Rays Fail To Sell $5 Ticket Deal
The Tampa Bay Ray’s attendance is dwindling year after year – and even $5 tickets couldn’t fill their seats. The team attempted to bring in another wave of fans with a $5 ticket flash sale earlier this month. According to the Tampa Bay Times, 5,000 discounted tickets were made... Read more
NHL Stanley Cup Finals Continue Domination of Best Sellers
The National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup Finals has lost no momentum and continued its No. 1 position on the best seller’s list, according to Ticket Club sales data. Joining the NHL in yesterday’s top five sellers was the NCAA Baseball College World Series game pitting Florida State against Arkansas.... Read more
NHL Stanley Cup Finals Continue as Number One Seller
The highly-anticipated series Game 7 between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues has again landed the NHL Stanley Cup Finals series in the number one position, according to Ticket Club sales data. Pre-sale tickets were another hot seller in the sports industry, including tickets for the Texas... Read more