Bruins Round Two Ticket Prices Fetching Highest Prices

This interesting little infographic shows that the Bruins have the highest average ticket prices in the league for the second round of the playoffs. The average price for a Bruins ticket has doubled over what they were for the first round.

It also shows that they have the best Vegas odds at this points as well.

TiqIQ – World Series Ticket Prices Trending Down, But Still Really Expensive

The Red Sox are the American League representative in the World Series for the third time in 10 years and will now face off with a familiar foe, the St. Louis Cardinals. The Red Sox punched their World Series ticket by defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in the American League Divisional Series and then the Detroit Tigers 4-2 in the American League Championship Series

Thanks to the American League’s win in the All-Star game Boston will have home field advantage against the Cardinals. Fenway Park will be host to Games 1 and 2, then 6 and 7 if either of those games are necessary. World Series tickets at Fenway are currently averaging $1,619.87 on the secondary market, a 5.05% decrease since the playoffs started, but still a 1,669.13% premium over regular season average for Boston Red Sox tickets. At $1619.87, these are the most expensive World Series tickets we’ve seen in five years of tracking data.

Here’s a breakdown of ticket prices for each World Series game:

Game 1 @ Boston
– Avg Price: $1209.17 | Get-in Price: $364
Game 2 @ Boston – Avg Price: $1291.79 | Get-in Price: $340
Game 3 @ St. Louis – Avg Price: $1020.03 | Get-in Price: $339
Game 4 @ St. Louis – Avg Price: $940.02 | Get-in Price: $314
Game 5 @ St. Louis – Avg Price: $913.85 | Get-in Price: $267
Game 6 @ Boston – Avg Price: $1741.79| Get-in Price: $481
Game 7 @ Boston – Avg Price: $1839.85 | Get-in Price: $574

World Series tickets at Fenway have been trending downward despite the Sox pennant-clinching win on Saturday. Since the playoffs began, prices are down 5.05%, and 5.76% in the last week.

From TiqIQ – Impact of Red Sox Playoffs on Bruins Tickets

Red Sox Driving Down Ticket Prices For Bruins Home Opener

It’s rare to see any correlation between baseball and hockey tickets. However, with the Red Sox opening their 2013 division series tomorrow afternoon at Fenway Park and Bruins ticket prices for Thursday night’s opener down 31%, this may be one of those rare times. It appears that fans in Boston have decided they would rather spend their money on Red Sox tickets and catch tonight’s Bruins game on the tube. With the Sox being the owners of the league’s best record and making their first playoff appearance in four years, we can’t really blame them. To put things in a little perspective, last year, Bruins tickets their home opener against the Rangers averaged over $250 a seat, which is more than double the current $115 price for tonight’s opener against the Lightning. In fact, this isn’t just the case for the opener. Prices for their game on Saturday against the Red Wings are also down, falling 28% in the last week. For fans looking to head out to TD tonight and Saturday this is good news since there are now plenty of great deals available for both games.