Tiger Woods’s withdrawal from next week’s Masters Tournament has trimmed ticket prices now and kept them from skyrocketing later.
Ticket prices for golf’s U.S. Open have dropped 20 percent on the resale market since Tiger Woods withdrew from the event two days ago.
As director of ticket sales for the San Francisco Giants, Russ Stanley roots for his team to win all its games. Almost.
Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers fans headed to Super Bowl XLV have a narrow window left to reach Dallas, where snow and ice snarled air and ground travel for much of the week.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc., the world’s largest concert promoter and ticket seller, is using Bruce Springsteen’s tour to push paperless tickets, a move that may weaken StubHub’s lead in the $4 billion resale market.
The New York Yankees will name Ticketmaster as their official secondary market ticket provider, a person with direct knowledge of the talks said.
New York Knicks ticket prices on the secondary market tripled for tomorrow night’s potential debut of Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden.
LeBron James may have deprived the Cleveland Cavaliers of an All-Star and created a marketing opportunity.
"If Tiger jumps into contention the badges that right now are being listed for $995 will go up to $5,000 per day."
- Glenn Lehrman on Apr 03, 2014