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TS
Blog Posts

Yesterday, I decided to take a veteran sports executive to my keynote panel at Ticket Summit, one of the two broker conventions that happen in Las Vegas. The veteran sports executive left halfway through the presentation, which leads me to believe he was so mad at the topic of conversation

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Ticket Secondary Wars
Blog Posts

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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NCAA NIT Final Four
Blog Posts

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four showed off a tremendous revenue resource for the secondary market. With a $17.083 MCAP for both semi-finals and championships, resellers were hitting on all cylinders with a $1,426 ARP – $980.36 MLP – $522.14 GIP against 1,560 SVG. With a lot of these contests,

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NCAA Tournament
Blog Posts

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in Indianapolis may prove that cooler heads are prevailing on the volatile secondary ticket market, coming so soon after a reselling nightmare with Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix. While Wisconsin, Michigan State, Duke and Kentucky would normally cause a vortex of reselling demand, as

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MMillward
Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0452.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe Charlotte Knights in a unique position within the MiLB landscape: A franchise with a continual sold-out situation that is drawing the interest of the local secondary ticket market, as well as some national attention for one of the best new

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ticketdumping
Blog Posts

Ticket brokers have enlarged their presence since the online revolution of Ebay and Stubhub. Prior to that, brokers were found on street corners or selling to a select amount of clientele over the phone. Now, brokers are competing with the primary market directly with an online storefront that makes everyone

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D10-TIX_SU_B_^_SUNDAY
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Risky Business of Resale is a five-part series exploring how Major League franchises are beginning to enter the secondary market as wholesale operators of their tickets. The series is meant to educate, separate some of the misconceptions about the way and reasoning that sports organizations work with or against ticket

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D10-TIX_SU_B_^_SUNDAY
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Risky Business of Resale is a five-part series exploring how Major League franchises are beginning to enter the secondary market as wholesale operators of their tickets. The series is meant to educate, separate some of the misconceptions about the way and reasoning that sports organizations work with or against ticket

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sbtickets
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Risky Business of Resale is a five-part series exploring how Major League franchises are beginning to enter the secondary market as wholesale operators of their tickets. The series is meant to educate, separate some of the misconceptions about the way and reasoning that sports organizations work with or against ticket

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ticket1
Blog Posts

Risky Business of Resale is a five-part series exploring how Major League franchises are beginning to enter the secondary market as wholesale operators of their tickets. The series is meant to educate, separate some of the misconceptions about the way and reasoning that sports organizations work with or against ticket

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