This fall, the Nebraska Cornhuskers will be moving into a new basketball arena, and fans are excited. So excited in fact, that the athletic department announced on Friday that the public’s allotment for tickets is already sold out for the 2013-14 season. Pinnacle Bank Arena, which will be located in downtown Lincoln, will hold 15,147Read more →
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The Boston Red Sox are an incredible franchise with a rich history. They have been one of the dominant Major League Baseball franchises over the last decade when it comes to sports ticket sales. Selling out games was easy for the team, but their sell-out streak of close to ten years will likely end thisRead more →
In a sign of despearte times in South Florida, the Miami Marlins are having to resort to a ticket promotion most other teams and owners could view as laughable. In order to prevent an embarrassing turnout on opening day, the Marlins are offering a buy one, get one free promotion. Any fan who purchases a ticket toRead more →
If you want a job in real estate development the best thing you can do for yourself is to pull together some money, buy a dump of a house or building, fix it up yourself then sell or rent it out. It is a learning experience that demonstrates competence and can easily lead to anotherRead more →
The most illustrious franchise in sports history is having a harder time than you may think with their sports ticket sales. Between the Superstorm Sandy and the weak economy, the Yankees don’t have it as easy as they did in the past, which could be why they have not lavishly spent on free agents thisRead more →
Tickets for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic games are now on sale, but not to just anyone. On Thursday sports ticket sales for Sochi were made available to citizens and foreigners residing only in Russia. The announcement comes exactly a year before the games are scheduled to take place. The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics openingRead more →
Super Bowl XLV was going to be a great day. My father passed down his love and passion of sports to me at a young age. We had spoken for years about one day going to see our favorite football team, the Green Bay Packers, play in the Super Bowl. Several years earlier, my fatherRead more →
When people hear the phrase ‘sports sales’, they might immediately think of ticket sales. And yes, ticket sales are a huge component of sports sales and the sports industry as a whole. But, what about sporting goods or equipment sales? Partnership sales or corporate sponsorships? While sports sales certainly encompasses ticket/suite sales to a largeRead more →
Major League Baseball and StubHub (a ticket market place where users can buy and sell tickets) reached an agreement to a 5-year deal Monday that will continue the site’s role as the secondary ticket market for all of the league’s games. StubHub has been heavily involved with the MLB for over a decade, include aRead more →
Wha—-Boom! Did you hear that? That was just the sound of the Northern Illinois Huskies crashing the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) with their improbable selection into the Orange Bowl. Who saw this coming? There was a buzz around the Kent State vs. Northern Illinois game last weekend and the probability for the winner to workRead more →
Ever since 2007, the Penn State football program has seen a drop in attendance at Beaver Stadium. In 2012, the Nittany Lions averaged close to 97,000 fans per game whereas five seasons ago, the home attendance averaged 108, 917. But the surprising part of that Penn State football statistic? The lack of ticket sales mightRead more →
At the beginning of the 2014 NFL season, it’s projected that the San Francisco 49ers will have a brand new stadium to call home. Santa Clara Stadium, which is being constructed in Silicon Valley, will hold 68,500 fans; the stadium will have the ability to hold upwards of 75,000 people for special events like, for instance, the SuperRead more →
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