TicketNetwork Advisory — Cost of Chelsea Handler Tickets Drops Slightly

SOURCE: TicketNetwork.com

VERNON, CT–(Marketwire – July 30, 2010) –  Fans searching for Chelsea Handler tickets will find that the overall average price on the TicketNetwork exchange has dropped slightly as compared to the up-and-coming comedian’s 2009 tour.

According to TicketNetwork data:

  • The current average price for Chelsea Handler tour tickets is $154. The overall average price for last year’s tour was $160.
  • The average amount spent per order has stayed about the same, at $378, for the 2010 tour as compared to 2009. Last year the average amount spent per order was $379.
  • The current lowest average ticket price is in Anaheim, CA, at $108. The lowest average price last year was in Richmond, Canada, at $93. The current highest average price is in Orlando, FL, at $255. Last year the highest price was in Hyannis, MA, at $415.

Handler is the host of the talk show Chelsea Lately on the E! Cable Television Network. The latest leg of her “Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang Tour” is already underway and will end on December 4 in Pittsburgh, PA.

About TicketNetwork
TicketNetwork offers both premium and discount ticket prices to sport, concert and theatre events — sometimes 15% below the competition. The Company’s exchange includes an average of 7.5 million tickets and has been regarded as the 27th fastest growing technology company, according to Inc. 500. TicketNetwork attributes its industry leading growth to its consumer-focused shopping experience and expertise in the areas of sports, concert and theatre events. The Company offers the most current on-line security and offers a 125% guarantee to all its customers.

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Product Manager
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