Author Topic: Playoff Ticket Secondary Market Watch  (Read 17805 times)

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Offline Dave B

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Re: Playoff Ticket Secondary Market Watch
« Reply #175: September 20, 2012, 06:53:43 PM »
I'm convinced prices will drop as soon as all the tickets are out there. I certainly can't imagine them going up even further.

But who knows.

supply for secondary tickets will go up. so might demand once people who are hopeful to buy tickets tomorrow lose out. there could be an initial bounce tomorrow that lasts a few days. but that being said. tickets have been resonably priced the last few days and havent been moving on stubhub too much. i am also focusing on the cheapest tickets.

just to put matters in perspective. braves playoff tickets start at $25, yankees are in the $60 range, o's are high $70's. reds are about similar to us. and we are actually a little more than the cardinals.

outpacing some "baseball towns". well done. although there could be a novelty factor at play