Thursday, July 26, 2007
WWE is slated to come to the Target Center on 9/9/2007 @ 7:30. This time around, the Target Center actually sold ringside seats for only $30/ticket. It appears as though tickets in ringside section 5 rows 6-15 have a face value of around $30 while tickets in rows 1-5 in the same section are closer to $80. I feel bad for the person who bought row 5 for $80 while the guy sitting directly behind him paid only $30. If you weren't lucky enough to snap up any of the $30 ringside seats this year, keep it in mind next time around. The $30 main floor tickets are by far the best bang for the buck
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
The citizens of the great state of Minnesota have again become believers in the Minnesota Twins which in turn has translated into increased demand for Minnesota Twins Tickets. After the sweep of Oakland, I have been monitoring my favorite online Minneapolis Ticket Broker and have noticed that the Minnesota Twins Ticket inventory has been disappearing while prices have been going up for the remainder of the Minnesota Twins Schedule. If the Twins continue to play well and make a late season run at the playoffs, expect Minnesota Twins Tickets to become this season's hottest commodity. I would buy now and not take your chances.
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Minnesota Vikings Tickets for the 2007-2008 regular season went on sale this week at the Minnesota Vikings Box Office. For those of you hoping to catch the Vikings versus the Green Bay Packers game at the Metrodome, there is a catch. You have to also buy a ticket to the pre-season game versus the St. Louis Rams in order to get the coveted Vikings versus Packers ticket. This technique is nothing new for the Minnesota Vikings Box Office. For years, the Minnesota Vikings have packaged the marquee games with a pre- season game. That is the only way that the Vikings can continue their sold-out streak. I find it much easier to simply buy the Vikings Tickets for just the game that I want from http://www.vikingstickets.com/.
Monday, July 9, 2007
Damien Rice Tickets just went on sale for the Historic State Theatre in Minneapolis today. It didn't appear to sell very fast and there are still very good main floor tickets available directly at the box office. If you are looking for spectacular seats, it is possible to buy front row main floor tickets in the after market for around $150/ticket. That seems like a ton of money for Damien Rice at the State Theatre Tickets but I am not a fan.
Thursday, July 5, 2007
What is up with Lyle Lovett switching venues from Northrop Auditorium to the Orpheum Theatre for his show tonight? I contacted the box office at Northrop and I was told that everyone would get comparable seats for the show at the Orpheum when they exchanged their Northrop Auditorium Tickets for Orpheum Theatre Tickets. the math just doesn't work out. There are approximately 80 seats in the first three rows at Northrop and only around 50 in the first three rows at the Orpheum Theatre. I wonder how the decided who would get the shaft? Why did they switch venues? Wouldn't it have been a lot easier to just have the show at Northrop?