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    Cheap and decent seats. Thanks

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    $7.50 to get you in the door and into a balcony seat.
    Am i seeing things?

    What is wrong with you San Antone resident?

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    there are plenty still at ticketmaster. but often you can cheaper on stubhub.

    does anyone know why, like a few days ago, there were very few (none in lower levels) seats together available, but now i look and it seems like more have been released. why/how does this happen? does it happen every game?

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    When will the first game be?

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    there are plenty still at ticketmaster. but often you can cheaper on stubhub.

    does anyone know why, like a few days ago, there were very few (none in lower levels) seats together available, but now i look and it seems like more have been released. why/how does this happen? does it happen every game?
    It happens becasue most of the time ALL the tickets are not released on the date of sale/presale. Lots of times a good portion of the tickets are witheld and later dropped, the percentage of witheld tickets ( well the decision of how big of a chunk) is in the hands of the promoters of events. The reasons why they do it are debatable, the results are not.

    This this rather stupid system they (ticketmaster, livenation)have in place mostly benefits brokers, who have bots/drop checkers which constantly try pulling tickets for hot events. So what is on paper a helpful tool for fans who drop by the ticketmaster event page in the last few days before the event searching for tickets because they missed the date of the onsale, turns out to be a excellent tool for brokers who just pick up any profitable seats on this kind of drops. Stupid system

    When ur buying tickets allways go first to stubhub or ticket nation, or even the ticket exchange ( on ticketmaster.com at event site). The season holders can sell their seats with there with no commission i think, so prices are cheaper, whereas on sh they have to pay 15 percent for commission (unless they have 250k quarter revenue, which is rare) and its 8 percent commission on TN.

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    Ticket exchange prices have always been ridiculously high every time I've checked. Stubhub is the better option.
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    Ticket exchange prices have always been ridiculously high every time I've checked. Stubhub is the better option.
    Ye on average they are, casue you have people patroling and grabbing good deals fast. Doesnt mean u cant find a good deal there as well though. Doesnt hurt to check

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    thnx for all the info Ink. got any more tips and advice, please pass it on.

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    Ive mainly use stubhub, but found seatgeek.com to be a good tool to find the best deal. Its almost like kayak.com, but for event tickets.

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    I'm Spurtacus Spurtacus's Avatar
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    $7.50 to get you in the door and into a balcony seat.
    Am i seeing things?

    What is wrong with you San Antone resident?
    Thinking the same thing. I'd be at every game if I lived in SA.

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    Stubhub is pretty good, today I bOught my first tickets from there for Tuesdays game... 12$ for each ticket...not bad
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    Balcony level is for the proletariat...

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    When ur buying tickets allways go first to stubhub or ticket nation, or even the ticket exchange ( on ticketmaster.com at event site). The season holders can sell their seats with there with no commission i think, so prices are cheaper, whereas on sh they have to pay 15 percent for commission (unless they have 250k quarter revenue, which is rare) and its 8 percent commission on TN.

    Ticket exchange (ticketmaster STH resale) takes 10% from the STH and then I believe charges an additional 12% to the customer... they take a HUGE commission.

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    Stubhub is pretty good, today I bOught my first tickets from there for Tuesdays game... 12$ for each ticket...not bad
    crazy -$12 for a second round playoff game

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    Ticket exchange (ticketmaster STH resale) takes 10% from the STH and then I believe charges an additional 12% to the customer... they take a HUGE commission.
    Ah my bad on that then. But saying its a HUGE commission compared to to SH isnt exactly accurate as well, since u have 15% on seller and 10% on buyer charges there.

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