ineedtwo Offers Tips to Buy Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Finals Tickets

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Local broker provides advice for buying tough tickets., a Pittsburgh ticket website, has experienced first hand the incredible demand for Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Finals tickets. In light of the instant sell-outs, they are offering advice on finding tickets to the games. Many Penguins fans have been disappointed when, despite logging online the second an on-sale begins, no tickets were available at face value.

Despite these sell-outs, plenty of seats are still being offered on ineedtwo's website. The lowest priced ticket is $342, a deal compared to $2500, the cost of the cheapest 2005 Steelers Super Bowl ticket. The average selling price for a Pittsburgh Stanley Cup Finals ticket is $1323, while the highest priced ticket is $4469.

ineedtwo's Advice for Fans
1. Sometimes waiting until one day before the game will bring the best bargains.
2. Be patient, check ineedtwo daily for more reasonably priced tickets and wait for the market to adjust.
3. Stick to a price that's comfortable within your budget. As a game approaches, if your price and location appears, grab it before it's gone. Sellers adjust prices daily on the site.
4. Do some price comparison. The Penguins website allows season ticket holders to sell tickets as well. These tickets are usually the most expensive, due to the volume of traffic it receives.

Fans should also consider driving to Detroit to see the Pens. Surprisingly, Detroit's average ticket price is only $512, with the highest priced ticket topping at $998, and lowest at only $237. is a of member of the TicketNetwork which manages an online ticket marketplace for season ticket holders and sellers, but doesn't purchase or own any tickets for resale itself. Tickets listed on are priced by the general public and prices vary from reasonable to absolutely crazy.

About specializes in Pittsburgh's ticket marketplace, allowing fans to buy tickets at fair market value to a large selection of sporting, concert, theater and other live events.

Don Smith, sales manager
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