Prices to many of tomorrow’s events on the secondary market have dropped in the last 10 – 30 days including: Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros, Minnesota Wild at Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2 of the First Round of the NHL Playoffs, Tim McGraw’s Charlotte Show, and Rolling Stones Opening Concert in Los Angeles.
Texas Rangers Tickets – Price Change for 5/3/13 Game vs. Boston Red Sox
In the last 10 days, Texas Rangers tickets to tomorrow’s game vs. the Boston Red Sox have fallen 25% ($20 per ticket). Despite being 8-3 at home, leading the AL West, and playing one of the most high-profile baseball teams in the League, tickets to the early May matchup are still down. The Texas Rangers have the tenth cheapest ticket in MLB in the month of May.
Houston Astros Tickets – Price Change for 5/3/13 Game vs. Detroit Tigers
The Astros and Tigers will meet for the first time in four seasons when the AL champion Detroit Tigers visit Minute Maid Park. Houston Astros tickets to the second game of the four game series are down 24% in the last 10 days and 11% in the past week. If you buy tickets to Friday’s matchup today, you’ll be saving an average of $20 a seat had you bought 10 days earlier.
Chicago Blackhawks Playoff Tickets – Price Change for Game 2 vs. Minnesota Wild
On Monday, we reported that the average price of a Blackhawks playoff ticket to Tuesday’s Game 1 in Chicago was down 31% since 4/18 & 24% ($77 a ticket) since Friday. A similar trend is developing for Game 2 in Chicago. Blackhawks tickets prices have dropped 34% since prices peaked a week ago despite picking up a win on the ice Tuesday.
Tim McGraw Tickets – Price Change for Charlotte Show
Truck Yeah! Tim McGraw’s 2013 Two Lanes of Freedom Tour begins tonight – his second stop will be tomorrow’s Charlotte, NC show. The largest decrease in price came in the last 7 days. Tim McGraw tickets are down 24% since last Thursday ($18 a seat). Today’s average price of $57 is the cheapest in the last month.
Rolling Stones Tickets – Price Change for Los Angeles Show
The Rolling Stones originally announced that their 50 and Counting 2013 North American Tour would open in Los Angeles on May 2 at the Staples Center. Due to conflict with the NBA and NHL Playoffs, the Rolling Stones changed their first Staples Center concert to May 3. Rolling Stones tickets for their May 3 opener have seen a steady decline in the last 10 days. The average price of a ticket has decreased from $857 to $722 (16%). The average cost to see the Rolling Stones in Los Angeles is about $300 less than it was to see the band in New Jersey last December.