With the college football season nearing its end, all eyes are on the playoff rankings and the potential New Year’s Six match-ups. Week 11 rankings continue to solidify the likeliness that Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan are semifinal bound by the end of year – leading many to book early entry for New Year’s games. Before you buy, see our breakdown of the potential 2018 college football playoffs and the impact they will have on ticket prices. Continue reading “2018 College Football Playoffs: Early Predictions and Ticket Prices”
LeBron James’ inaugural season in Los Angeles may have gotten off to a bumpy start, but Lakers tickets are still some of the most sought-after in the league. Continue reading “Despite Early Setback, Lakers Tickets Remain In High Demand”
Atlanta will be a hotbed for top sports and entertainment this winter. In the week before Super Bowl LIII kicks off at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the city will host a free concert series in anticipation. Continue reading “Atlanta to Precede Super Bowl LIII with Week-Long Concert Series”
It all comes down to this. After impressive regular seasons and playoff runs, the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers will face off in a thrilling race to become World Series champions. As the games get underway, it’s not too late to get a last-minute ticket into the ballpark. Here’s where current World Series ticket prices stand and how you can save on them. Continue reading “World Series Ticket Prices Favor Boston Fans”
With the National and American League pennant series nearing their exciting ends, it’s time to look at potential World Series match-ups and what it means for fans hoping to see the action from the ballpark. A Dodgers-Astros rematch from last year’s thriller of a series would certainly bring excitement, but also hefty ticket prices. When it comes to affordability, a Brewers-Red Sox clash may be a home run in helping baseball fans save. Continue reading “Red Sox-Brewers World Series Sizing Up to be Cheaper than Astros-Dodgers Rematch”
The Milwaukee Bucks are ready to open their 2018-19 campaign in grand fashion. After three years of construction and anticipation, they finally have a new home – the sleek, $524 million Fiserv Forum, which officially opened its doors in August. But with a brand new arena typically comes an increase in ticket cost for admission, and the Bucks are no exception.
The Los Angeles Lakers have become the most talked-about team ahead of the 2018-19 NBA season, thanks to acquiring LeBron James from Cleveland in the off-season. Now, with a new season tipping off in less than two weeks, the Lakers have also become the league’s hottest squad on the secondary ticket market. Continue reading “With LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers Most In-Demand NBA Team”
The Boston Red Sox have been the most dominant team in baseball this season, compiling a league-best 107-52 record and clinched the AL East for the third consecutive year. This unprecedented success on the field makes Boston an undeniable favorite heading into the postseason, and has directly translated to their overall ticket sales. Continue reading “Red Sox Earn Best Record, and Ticket Sales, Heading Into MLB Playoffs”
October 6 will be one of the most telling days of Conor McGregor’s career. The Irishman could not only reclaim his title as UFC Lightweight Champion but also hand Khabib Nurmagomedov his first loss when the two face off in the headlining match of UFC 229. But perhaps even more impressive? The fight is poised to be McGregor’s best selling one yet – a remarkable feat for someone unanimously touted as the most popular fighter in UFC. Continue reading “UFC 229 Could Be Conor McGregor’s Best Selling Bout Yet”
With the 2018-19 NHL season less than a month away, many fans are making their predictions for which teams are best suited to hoist the Stanley Cup. However, if early ticket sales figures are any indication, Toronto, Montreal and Vegas are early powerhouses as some of the best-selling teams in the league.