“Fans should buy All-Star Game tickets when they feel comfortable with the ticket price”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating tickets. “The most important thing about buying All-Star Game tickets is to buy from a reputable source."
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
There are fewer seats available on the secondary market for 2012 All-Star Game tickets this year compared to last year in Phoenix and ticket prices have reflected that with higher prices this year in Kansas City at Kauffman Stadium. But that hasn’t stopped the ticket deals from popping up at sports ticket broker Preferred Seating tickets, where prices have come down for select seat locations recently.
The cheapest All-Star Game tickets are running $280 for standing room only tickets at PreferredSeat.com but that could change with the game still over two weeks out. “Fans should buy All-Star Game tickets when they feel comfortable with the ticket price”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating tickets. “The most important thing about buying All-Star Game tickets is to buy from a reputable source”.
Preferred Seating tickets has been buying and selling All-Star Game tickets since 1987 so they have a wide selection of good seats to offer baseball fans without the worry of getting scammed for tickets on Craigslist. Tickets for the 2012 All-Star Game can be purchased in strips which include access to All-Star Sunday with the All-Star Futures Game and the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game along with the All-Star FanFest held at the Kansas City Convention Center from July 6-10.
Scalping tickets is illegal in the Truman Sports Complex so there won’t be many baseball All-Star Game tickets on the streets the day of the game. Preferred Seating will be open for last minute ticket sales but fans are encouraged to make their purchases at least a day in advance to make sure they get the tickets in time for the early evening game. For those that can't make the big game to see all of their favorite players can buy individual baseball game tickets for any of the teams online at PreferredSeat.com.