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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
    ticketmaster back online, lets see if they sneak a dump now that the flippers are out of business
    "Sneak a dump" lol can't let that go by without making some kind of remark
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    Sellers market for tomorrow too:
    Priced from: $56.00 USD
    898 tickets left

    Buyers market for Sunday night:
    Priced from: $15.00 USD
    4,885 tickets left

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    I'm kind of bummed I struck out on OD tickets but its a lesson learned for years to come to get em early as possible and forget about it.

    Crazy thing is I won a solid bleachers pair on ebay for $150 on wednesday and didnt buy them out of fear of not being able to sell the other single for $75 (dumb move in hindsight). And I could use the money I was gonna spend on one ticket to go to a few on this homestand.

    There has to be a ton of Angels fans or tourists in the area because I havent seen this kind of demand for a reg season game at the new stadium yet.
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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    last minute conflict

    sold my 3 in 236 row 13 for saturday.....$54 each will help compensate for the mid week games we are forced to buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by this_is_grand View Post
    Sellers market for tomorrow too:
    Priced from: $56.00 USD
    898 tickets left

    Buyers market for Sunday night:
    Priced from: $15.00 USD
    4,885 tickets left
    Who wouldn't want to go to an April Sunday night game that will end near midnite? ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4trainEddie View Post
    Who wouldn't want to go to an April Sunday night game that will end near midnite? ;(
    Me!
    That will be the first Yankee Sunday game in 18 years that I didn't have tickets to.
    And I will not miss it as I'm watching the end of it from my bed this time.
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    The Stubhub market for tomorrows game was the most ridiculous i ever saw it....I gave up on it when tix reached $80 this afternoon...kinda depressed after I passed up 4 bleacher tix on ebay wed. nite for $96....got 2 in 200 level "SRO" we'll say for $69 per ticket after fees at 3:30 this afternoon and 2 grandstand tix on ebay for $50 each

  8. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_kundrick View Post
    The Stubhub market for tomorrows game was the most ridiculous i ever saw it....I gave up on it when tix reached $80 this afternoon...kinda depressed after I passed up 4 bleacher tix on ebay wed. nite for $96....got 2 in 200 level "SRO" we'll say for $69 per ticket after fees at 3:30 this afternoon and 2 grandstand tix on ebay for $50 each
    At 5pm, cheapest is $105 and only 426 tix..so far, it's opposite from last season for last minute buyers..maybe it's the weather..maybe it's the Angels..or maybe just too many non-renewals who went the SH route driving up demand

    either way, so far it helps STHs like myself who bought extras at PS to subsidize the weekday games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    It is fascinating to see this play out.

    reminds me of the pork bellies scene in "Trading Places"

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankeeprideU2 View Post
    At 5pm, cheapest is $105 and only 426 tix..so far, it's opposite from last season for last minute buyers..maybe it's the weather..maybe it's the Angels..or maybe just too many non-renewals who went the SH route driving up demand

    either way, so far it helps STHs like myself who bought extras at PS to subsidize the weekday games

    Couldn't have said it better myself!

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    With seven minutes left to cut-off, there are only 60 tickets left for today's game on StubHub. Lowest price is $70.
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    Only 45 left at cut-off. I watched one guy desperately slashing prices on three seats in GS 409, row 8. He went from $83 to 79 to 71 to 69 to 66 in less than two minutes but ended up stuck with them. That's a shame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    Only 45 left at cut-off. I watched one guy desperately slashing prices on three seats in GS 409, row 8. He went from $83 to 79 to 71 to 69 to 66 in less than two minutes but ended up stuck with them. That's a shame.
    It'll be interesting if MLB ever severs ties with Stubhub, because if they do Stubhub will probably extend cutoff to the start of the game like with the NFL & NHL

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
    It'll be interesting if MLB ever severs ties with Stubhub, because if they do Stubhub will probably extend cutoff to the start of the game like with the NFL & NHL

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    Thanks, I just freed up space

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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    11 hrs. and 30 min. before cutoff, still 2400 tickets left for tonight, cheapest is $13. Sold my 2 outfield GS yesterday at 3:30 PM for $15 each and am fine with it. Tonight's game is by far the least desirable of the three April Angels games and I think we'll see the prices start dropping by early afternoon.
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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    And here's the reason I dropped my Sunday plan in sec 229, row 16, for $80 apiece.
    Front row available for $55 for the very first Sunday game.
    To say I feel totally validated in my decision doesn't even begin to describe it!!

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  17. #117

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    Row 11 now $15. Front row down to $33!

    Quote Originally Posted by StingrayJG View Post
    And here's the reason I dropped my Sunday plan in sec 229, row 16, for $80 apiece.
    Front row available for $55 for the very first Sunday game.
    To say I feel totally validated in my decision doesn't even begin to describe it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StingrayJG View Post
    A
    To say I feel totally validated in my decision doesn't even begin to describe it!!
    Opening Day notwithstanding, it is going to be a buyer's market all season long. As of right now, here are the number of available tickets for some select games on StubHub:

    Fri 6/8 Mets - 10,049
    Sat 6/9 Mets - 11,083
    Sun 6/10 Mets - 9216

    Fri 7/27 Sox - 9805
    Sat 7/28 Sox - 9725
    Sun 7/29 Sox - 11,093

    Mon 8/13 Rangers - 9387
    Tue 8/14 Rangers - 9597
    Wed 8/15 Rangers - 8755
    Thu 8/16 Rangers - 8038

    Fri 8/17 Sox - 11,496
    Sat 8/18 Sox - 11,324
    Sun 8/19 Sox - 11, 600

    Mon 10/1 Sox - 9624
    Tue 10/2 Sox - 10,144
    Wed 10/3 Sox - 9816

    Keeping in mind that there are other ticket outlets as well so a lot of these games probably have 15,000+ unsold tickets in the secondary market and that doesn't count the unsold tickets in the primary market. I just checked TM for the 8/17 Sox game - tickets all over the stadium are available. There are 139 seats available in sec. 233A for example. Unheard of in '09 or '10.

    Edit: If you want to see what has happened to the Yankee season ticket base, take a look at TM for a mid-week game. I chose the Twins game coming up on Tuesday and if I didn't know better, I'd think they were showing me the Oakland Coliseum instead of Yankee Stadium given all the available seats.
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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by StingrayJG View Post
    And here's the reason I dropped my Sunday plan in sec 229, row 16, for $80 apiece.
    Front row available for $55 for the very first Sunday game.
    To say I feel totally validated in my decision doesn't even begin to describe it!!

    Quote Originally Posted by yankeesBWA View Post
    Row 11 now $15. Front row down to $33!
    As of right now, row 6 available for $50, and someone still has those row 3 tickets holding stubbornly at $80. I have to think that might be someone who's going to the game and just seeing if they can find someone who'll overpay for them. Why else would you sit back and watch your whole section get sold from under you if you were serious about selling them.

    Edit: For that $80 I would've spent, I could scoop up sec 224 row 6, or JB-317, row 5 right now if I wanted to.
    Last edited by StingrayJG; 04-15-12 at 03:54 PM. Reason: Had to point out further price ridiculousness
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    Quote Originally Posted by StingrayJG View Post
    I could scoop up sec 224 row 6, or JB-317, row 5 right now if I wanted to.
    Those JBS row 5 seats include my old season tickets, seats 9 and 10. The others, seats 11 and 12 belonged to another guy that I know who also threw them back after the '10 season. I'd wager the Yankees posted those. I doubt they ever sold them to some other sucker. I noticed that they were posted a lot last year too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    Those JBS row 5 seats include my old season tickets, seats 9 and 10. The others, seats 11 and 12 belonged to another guy that I know who also threw them back after the '10 season. I'd wager the Yankees posted those. I doubt they ever sold them to some other sucker. I noticed that they were posted a lot last year too.
    I wouldn't doubt it for a minute.

    Jim Beam 321 down to $70, a single in 320C for $59.99
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    Field mvp "between the bases" down to $100 for tonight.

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    Re: The StubHub Thread

    At the closing bell....

    saw Delta Suite 221A going for $120

    Jim Beam 319 going for $65

    ...and those stubborn 229's were still there for $80.

    I think there were about 420 tickets left. Tried to refresh one last time and get a screenshot but it closed on me.
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    2010: Section 233A, Row 20
    2011: Section 229, Row 16 *All Sunday Plans*
    2012: No longer STH, liberated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StingrayJG View Post
    Tried to refresh one last time and get a screenshot but it closed on me.
    What I do when I'm trying to see what is left at the very end before cutoff is to have two browser windows open to the same page and then alternate between them to refresh. As soon as one of them shows 0 tickets left (cutoff), I've still got the other as the just-before-cutoff snapshot.
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    Seems like the deals were better mid-afternoon than right at the end.

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