Hope everyone is having a great Summer thus far and getting out and seeing some sporting events and also some concerts. Major League Baseball is in full swing and almost to their half way point and the All Star Break. The World Cup is getting down to their final eight and final four teams and will soon have their championship played in South Africa. NFL and NCAA Football is just around the corner and tickets are selling left and right for both of those events.
So what events have you made it to so far? Are you paying less for your tickets with the down economy etc? It’s very easy to get into Wrigley Field to watch a Cubs game right now as ticket prices have dropped as the team has struggled. Remember, buy the week of the game or concert and almost every time you will be paying less than face value. An example of that was a few weeks ago when the White Sox visited Wrigley Field to take on the Cubs. It was right after the Blackhawks had just won the Stanley Cup and baseball was the only show in town yet I sold multiple tickets for $20 bucks a pop and even gave away four of them to a friend.
Right now the secondary market for baseball tickets is a buyers market no doubt about it. For the best deals, head on over to Ticket City and take a look at their current inventory. While you are there, it’s never to early to check out their NFL Tickets and College Football Tickets either.