Ticket Prices | How to See Historical Ticket Prices for Games and Concerts

There is a big secret of the ticket industry that can help you save upwards of 10-15% on tickets for any live events like concerts, sports, or theatre shows. Are you ready for it? Here it is:

Ticket prices change.

If you can’t find tickets on Ticketmaster, you probably go to StubHub and check out their ticket selection.  But when deciding whether or not it’s worth it to shell out all that cash for those tickets, the only information you have is a few dozen sellers’ arbitrary prices available that day. Ticket prices fluctuate massively from day to day. How do you know if you’re getting ripped off?

One major thing to note is that you’ll always want to compare prices of tickets on the aforementioned StubHub or Ticketmaster with those of TickPick, as ticket brokers list their tickets across all major ticket marketplaces and when they do, the prices of the same seat will always be cheaper on TickPick than that of other competitors due to TickPick’s No Fee pricing structure.

The price you see on TickPick is the seller’s listed price and is the price that a buyer would pay at checkout.  No tricks, no games, cheaper tickets.

Historical Ticket Prices on TickPick

There is a way to see historical ticket prices for a given artist or sports team on TickPick.

First, in the bottom left corner of every event-listing page on TickPick, i.e. Mets Tickets, there is a small graph that shows the ticket prices for all events with that artist or sports team over the past few months. It’s a quick and easy way to see in which direction ticket prices are trending.

If you have any questions about ticket pricing for an event that you’re interested in attending, don’t hesitate to reach out to our support line at [email protected] or give us a call at 845-538-4567 to speak to a representative any day of the week!

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