After a pair of overtime thrillers on Sunday, the Super Bowl LIII matchup is set. New England defeated Kansas City for its third straight AFC crown, 37-31. The berth in the big game is No. 9 in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era, and No. 11 for the Patriots franchise. The Los Angeles Rams won the NFC, defeating New Orleans in OT, 26-23. The last time the Rams played in a Super Bowl? That was back when the team called St. Louis home and had Kurt Warner at QB. In and fell to… the New England Patriots. Super Bowl tickets are available now, and the market is adjusting to the pairing as we speak. So where are the trends headed? Continue reading “Super Bowl LIII: An Early Look at New England-Los Angeles Tickets”
There has been equal hype and controversy surrounding Maroon 5’s Super Bowl halftime performance. Despite being a polarizing headliner, millions will be watching them take over the field of Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3. No one quite knows what the show will entail, but here’s five big things to look for. Continue reading “Maroon 5’s Super Bowl Halftime Show: 5 Things to Look For”
As the final hours tick off the clock before the AFC Championship at Arrowhead Stadium Sunday, the market has been reacting all week to whether or not the weather is going to be miserable or REALLY miserable in Kansas City. AFC Championship tickets are always a hot commodity, but fans in KC are looking at a potentially great deal.
In the weeks since the Chiefs clinched the homefield advantage for the AFC playoffs, fans have scooped tickets in large quantities for Sunday’s game. Prices were averaging well above $400, but have taken a serious tumble in the past week with news that the game might feature record cold for the fans in Missouri. In terms of daily average, tickets went as low as $258 Thursday before bumping back up to $268 thus far on Friday. In just a few days, the overall ticket price sold average has dropped to $344.
Prices have fallen across the board, with tickets in the upper level available for as low as $238 for Ticket Club members on Friday afternoon. A prime seat in the lower midfield can be had for $646. It’s in the club level, where fans have a little more respite from the cold, where prices have remained high. A seat in the corner of the club level is available for as low as $869, while seats on the sideline are listed at $1,361 and up for the game. That club level sideline is also where the most expensive listed ticket on our marketplace resides, going for a hefty $4,619.
This game, which follows the Chiefs first playoff win at home in a generation last week, is the highest average price in our data for Arrowhead field, which makes sense, given the team has not hosted a game this deep into the playoffs…. ever. Their last AFL championship game – prior to their only Super Bowl victory in 1970 – was an away game in Oakland. It’s more than double the previous high average – set less than a week ago when the Chiefs played Indianapolis in the divisional round.
Sunday is shaping to be one of the most affordable AFC championship games in recent memory, coming in at No. 7 among the previous ten games, according to our sales data. It’s less than half the price paid on average for last year’s Jacksonville at New England game, which went at $750. Only the 2010-2012 games in Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Baltimore went at a lower average than this game currently carries going into the weekend.
Overall, the forecast not quite as forbidding as it was earlier in the week. Right now, google tells us it should be mostly cloudy with temperatures as high as 32, but mostly in the 20s. That means that fans willing to layer up to catch their team are up for a pretty decent price, especially if they buy from us at Ticket Club. Eliminating the service fees as a member, you can score an even better deal. Shop AFC Championship tickets today.
Luke Bryan has unveiled tour dates on his latest North American trek, the Sunset Repeat Tour. The country singer will hit the road this summer for the nearly five-month outing. Continue reading “Luke Bryan Details North American Sunset Repeat Tour”
Why don’t you just meet Maren Morris in the middle…of a brand new tour? The country star revealed today she’s hitting the road on her headlining Girl: The World Tour. Continue reading “Maren Morris Reveals Girl: The World Tour Dates”
It’s a mid-January Wednesday, and that means two things: it’s cold here in Connecticut, and the Super Bowl is right around the corner.
At Ticket Club, we anxiously await this time of year. We are excited because we have the best deals to the big game, and want to make sure our members know it. As the 2019 game approaches, it doesn’t look like that fact is any less true. Currently, members at Ticket Club can save thousands – literally – on Super Bowl tickets.
The get-in price for February 3 as of today is $3,568 here on Ticket Club. Among the other options – StubHub, Vivid Seats, and NFL On Location – that’s the lowest, and it’s not close. The least expensive seat on StubHub is $4,745, with Vivid not a good chunk better at $4,893. On Location is closest at $4,289, but that is still $721 more when you add in the fees they all hide from you. Continue reading “How much will a ticket to Super Bowl LIII cost fans?”
2019 marks two major career milestones for Carlos Santana, and to celebrate, he will return to the road this summer on the Supernatural Now Tour, promoter Live Nation announced today. Continue reading “Carlos Santana Announces Anniversary Supernatural Now Tour”
Music giants like The Rolling Stones, Santana, Dave Matthews Band, Katy Perry and more will take over the Big Easy this spring. They are all among the dozens of artists comprising the lineup for the 50th New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, which was revealed today. Continue reading “50th New Orleans Jazz Festival Lineup Revealed”
Country star Jason Aldean has added some 30+ performances to his upcoming schedule. Aldean will embark on his headlining Ride All Night Tour this summer, Live Nation announced today. Continue reading “Jason Aldean Plots Ride All Night Tour”
The Who certainly have a big year ahead. The legendary rock band will headline their North American Moving On! Tour and release a new album, they announced today. Continue reading “The Who Announce Moving On! Tour, New Album”