TicketNetwork Advisory — Major League Baseball Ticket Sales Midseason Report

SOURCE: TicketNetwork.com

VERNON, CT–(Marketwire – July 13, 2010) –  The Major League Baseball season has reached the midway point, and so far in 2010, fans have paid lower prices for game tickets than in 2009. The average price of MLB tickets sold on TicketNetwork.com in 2010 has been eight percent lower than during the 2009 season.

According to TicketNetwork data:

  • Boston Red Sox tickets account for the highest average ticket price in Major League Baseball at $89. The lowest average ticket price in 2010 belongs to the Pittsburgh Pirates at $30.
  • Orders for New York Yankees tickets and Boston Red Sox tickets represent more than 27 percent of all orders placed for MLB tickets in 2010. That percentage nearly matches that of all other AL teams combined (28 percent).
  • With the opening of Target Field in 2010, Minnesota Twins tickets have had a nearly 28 percent increase in average selling price, the largest in baseball. Meanwhile, Florida Marlins tickets have sold for more than 34 percent less than last season.

 

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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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