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SDoss
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0528.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS The New Jersey Devils are using tickets as a platform to try different ways to sell the in-game experience. VP of Ticket Sales & Service Shawn Doss explains how the new flex package option transcends several past offerings, allowing fans

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Devils
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According to legal documents, a New Jersey Federal Court denied the New Jersey Devils’ motion July 30, 2015 to dismiss a putative class action suit by plaintiffs Rey and Alex Olsen (OLSEN et al v. NEW JERSEY DEVILS, LLC.). According to Law360, the New Jersey Devils attorneys argued that fans

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Ticket Secondary Wars
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The Ticket Secondary Wars of 2015 have now gotten state legislators involved in Florida, Washington State, Michigan and Missouri, coupled with two lawsuits against professional teams who have canceled tickets for not using Ticketmaster resale channels. It has created a debate about whether resellers have the ability to maximize their

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Secondary Market
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Winnipeg Jets vs. Anaheim Ducks Series In Game 1 at the Anaheim Pond, resellers were held to a $72.43 ARP – $47 GIP against 795 SVG which led to a $1.16 million MCAP. With a $108.43 MLP, the series didn’t start well, but by Game 2, that increased to a

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NHL
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The NHL resale market for the regular season started to wind down as fast as possible, as the opportunity for playoff hockey excitement revved up. On limited occasions were there ticket flooding issues, which had affected the secondary market only the week prior. In fact, the majority of the secondary

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NHL Secondary Market
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The LA Kings-Chicago Blackhawks matchup March 30 made for a great overall resale situation start on the secondary from the period of March 30-April 5, 2015. The game offered up a $1.815 million MCAP with a $158.71 ARP – $102.57 GIP against 1,578 SVG. One of the highest ARPs was

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NHL
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March 23, 2015 The NHL’s Minnesota-Toronto game took the cake with a $68.43 ARP – $132.21 MLP against 1,048 SVG and a $514k MCAP. While the Colorado-Calgary game sported a comparable ARP at $63.86, there was only 598 SVG, meaning limited action overall for resale profit. The Chicago-Carolina match-up had

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DucksRangers
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Secondary Market Glossary March 16 – Capitals-Sabres Hurt Winning Monday Hockey Night With only four games on the ice, only the Capitals-Sabres line hurt resale. With a $172,045 MCAP off 646 SVG, the line had a $36.57 ARP with a poor $16.71 GIP. This was in contrast to the Coyotes-Kings

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EKussin
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0218.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTickets drive revenues for an NHL team more than any of the Big Four Leagues because of a lack of major national television revenue. Eric Kussin is responsible for the creation of new revenues at a time when the New Jersey

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