It hasn’t really been all that long since Grateful Dead ticket prices were being priced in the thousands, and yet, now you can buy a ticket for not much more than the cost of an IMAX movie ticket.
As anticipation builds for the start of the NBA Finals on Thursday, ticket prices for Game 1 at Oracle Arena are surging. A StubHub rep says you’d need to shell out $700 for the “cheap” tickets.
According to StubHub’s suit, a policy established by the Warriors in 2012 encourages Warriors fans looking to buy or sell after-market tickets to use Ticketmaster’s “Secondary Ticket Exchange,” or possibly forfeit their tickets.
Watching the big game on the big screen is great. But seeing it from the grid iron is priceless. Well… not exactly. Getting up close and personal at Super Bowl 50, is going to come with a steep price tag.
Fans hoping to see the Raiders take on the Chiefs Thursday night in Oakland won’t have to pay very much for seats.
The 49ers home opener at Levi’s Stadium was one of the hottest tickets in the league when the tickets were printed, but it appears the amount people are willing to pay to see the first ever regular season game at the new Santa Clara stadium has dropped sharply.
The company detected the unauthorized transactions last year, contacted authorities and gave the affected customers refunds and help changing their passwords.
The ticket-selling website will provide direct access to premium tickets to Broadway…
With the Seattle Seahawks limiting public release of National Football Conference championship game tickets to buyers in the Pacific Northwest, Bay Area 49er fans are being forced to buy their tickets secondhand – at a significant markup.
They haven’t even made it there yet, but the San Francisco Giants are already putting some World Series seats up for grabs – albeit online, and only a very limited supply of tickets to the theoretical championship game were initially being made available.