As with any high profile event, get with your regular broker and discuss what is going to work best for you for this game.
Fairfield, CT (PRWEB) August 22, 2006
Jerry Raynor, Owner of Tickets On Time http://www.ticketsontime.com has been advising his regular clients to sit tight for now and wait until game week for the prices to drop on the much anticipated Sunday night match-up September 10th between the New York Giants and The Indianapolis Colts featuring the Manning brothers at Giants Stadium. This will be the first time in league history that brothers will play against each other.
Jerry notes “There is considerable interest in this game, but with the number of tickets still available and what they are priced at right now, I can’t see it holding up till game time.” Jerry adds: “On top of the available tickets already out there, many season ticket holders are still shopping their tickets around to brokers holding out for unrealistic prices. They are going to wake up the week of the game and find that they could have sold them for more back in August.” A quick check on a handful of broker sites shows that the cheapest option for nosebleed seats for the game are as much as $300ea. Jerry notes: “Nosebleed seats, or 'get ins' - as in 'get you in the door' (broker jargon for the cheapest, highest level seats) are more of a commodity and are bought and sold at a more rapid pace than their much pricier yard-line seat counterparts, so there won’t be a sudden price drop in that upper part of the stadium. The price shift for the exceptional seats, the lower levels between the 30-yard lines, will be more dramatic. The pricing level that some sellers have this game at, they must think the Super Bowl is in New Jersey this year. Thankfully though, like the airline industry, when one drops their price, the rest are soon to follow.”
Jerry concludes: “As with any high profile event, get with your regular broker and discuss what is going to work best for you for this game.” A good broker will just sell you whatever he thinks you might buy. A great broker will offer trusted advice and identify value in a sea of choices and sense when it‘s time to buy. When that latter relationship exists between you and your broker, it’s then that you will always get the best deal.”
About Tickets On Time:
Tickets On Time, based in Fairfield, Connecticut has been providing expert advice to both corporate America and individuals alike with premium sport, concert and theatre event tickets nationwide for over 20 years.
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Jerry Raynor, Owner
Tickets On Time