Mayweather Ticket Prices Drop 59% Since March 12 Release


Floyd “Money” Mayweather puts his undefeated record on the line on Saturday against challenger Robert Guerrero for the WBC Welterweight title. This will be Mayweather’s first fight since May 5 of last year, following his incarceration for domestic abuse. The fight, dubbed “May Day”, will be held at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas and broadcast on Showtime for the first time in Mayweather’s career. Despite Mayweather being the clear favorite, many are giving Guerrero a chance given his determination and intelligence as a fighter.

The average price for tickets is now $674, down 31% or $302 in the last week. The tickets have dropped a total of 59% or $969 since tickets were release on March 12. The most inexpensive tickets are currently starting at $151, which is $64 under face value. Find ticket availability here:|1


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  1. […] that tickets will be released has not yet been announced, but expect higher prices and demand than Mayweather-Guerrero. We will have pricing data as soon as tickets are available, so check back for […]

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