Thousands of professional sporting events took place over the last 12 months, but the NFL’s fanbase made it the most dominant league in ticket sales, according to Ticket Club data. From Super Bowl LIII to several Kansas City Chiefs games, the NFL nabbed the majority of 2019’s best-selling sporting events.Continue reading “KC Chiefs Control Year-End List of Best-Selling Sporting Events”
We’re only nine innings away from crowning a new MLB champion. The topsy-turvy 2019 World Series will close with a decisive Game 7 after the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals have traded wins on the road in the first six meetings. But while a clinching, final game is typically the strongest seller in all of sports, World Series Game 7 tickets remain rather cool. Continue reading “World Series Game 7 Tickets Remain Cool in Houston”
After routing the Houston Astros in Game 2 of the World Series, the Washington Nationals find themselves a heavy favorite to hoist the Commissioner’s Trophy. They now face the possibility of sweeping the series at home. Tickets for Games 3 and 4 in Washington are the hottest (and highest) sellers in the market. And while 2019 World Series tickets aren’t quite at a historic cost, Nationals ticket prices follow a familiar trend. Continue reading “Nationals Ticket Prices Reflect City Eager for Championship Glory”
The Fall Classic is officially here! Baseball fans are promised plenty of thrills when the series kicks off October 22, as they’ll either be witness to the Houston Astros winning their second World Series in three years or the Washington Nationals capturing their first-ever championship. But when it comes to saving money, only one team places first. 2019 World Series ticket prices are significantly lower for Houston-based games, whereas DC locals are paying a higher price to see the Nationals in their first World Series appearance. Continue reading “2019 World Series Ticket Prices Favor Houston Fans”
With only four teams left in the MLB Playoffs, many are looking ahead to the World Series. It may be too early to proclaim a likely winner, but one thing is clear: A certain match-up will draw cheaper World Series tickets. For baseball fans looking to see the Fall Classic but don’t want to break the bank, an Astros-Cardinals World Series is the best bet to save some bucks. Continue reading “Cheaper World Series Tickets Likely for Cardinals-Astros Match-Up”
As we count down to 2019, Ticket Club is reviewing the past year in the entertainment industry. Follow along with our series as we explore the best of 2018’s live events, determined by internal sales data.
Football fans certainly showed up this year, helping drive the NFL to have the most of the year’s best-selling sports games among any league.
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”
2017 was a year full of highs and lows, particularly in the world of sports. These are the moments that stand out, for better or worse, as we review the past year. Here is what you need to know about 2017 in sports. Continue reading “The Best and Worst of 2017 in Sports”
They did it. For the first time in over century, the Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions. Continue reading “Cursed No More: Chicago Cubs are World Champions”