Don’t bother Blackhawks fans at noon on Tuesday. They’ll be furiously typing on their computer or smart phones, in an effort to get tickets to one of the team’s home games in the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
What would a ticket to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final be worth? You might need to remortgage your house if you want to get in to see the Blackhawks play the Bruins at the United Center, should the series go that far.
StubHub renewed its deal with Major League Baseball Monday, but the Cubs were one of three teams not included in the deal.
I offer up this proposal to Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany: If game attendance and ticket demand in Indy doesn’t improve markedly the next few years, the Big Ten should bring its football championship to Chicago’s Soldier Field in 2016.
The Cubs have some pretty high-profile series coming up over the next couple of weeks, but visits from the Yankees and White Sox don’t seem to be doing a whole lot for the secondary ticket market.
A popular online ticket marketplace is under fire from the City of Chicago, which says it should be collecting amusement tax.
They’re still pricey, but brokers say owners are willing to part with tickets for less money than they were asking just a few days ago.
The Chicago-Green Bay rivalry, and post-season play, is driving up ticket prices for this weekend’s showdown at Soldier Field.