JonRud wrote:My flight from NJ is booked. I will figure out hotels & tickets later if we make it.
Stuje1 wrote:I'm planning to fly in too. I am guessing prices will go down a little bit as I think supply is really limited right now as not many season ticket holders are currently thinking about selling their NFC Championship tickets. As we get closer to the game, the market may open up a bit, hopefully driving prices down a little. I don't know much about ticket prices at the Clink, but I wouldn't be surprised if it never drops below $500 for a seat to the NFC Championship, unfortunately.
Stuje1 wrote:JonRud wrote:My flight from NJ is booked. I will figure out hotels & tickets later if we make it.
Hotels are fully refundable. Book it now before the hotels realize what is going on that weekend and the opposing fan bases starts buying in and prices skyrocket. Got mine all locked in for a very reasonable price.
Inspector wrote:Football aint cheap these days. Not really affordable for some mere mortals. It's a shame.
tonyseahawk wrote:Just bought my 2 for my wife and I. Uhhhhggggg! That was a tough sale.
here's the details from stubhub
Section: Charter 133
Seats: Row: H | Seats: Your 2 seats will be together
Total order cost: $2,639.00 (includes delivery and service fee)
I have a ? though. Anybody familiar with buying playoff tickets? There is a chance I wont be able to go to this, albeit a small chance. If the game does happen, do they really only ship the tickets out on the Monday following the divisional game? If this is the case, and I cant go, I would get the tickets on Wed or Thur prior to the game and need to figure out how to get rid of them. Is there a way if I had to sell them I could transfer the tickets to will call or something?
FDNYHAWK wrote:12hawkfan, 3 days before the saints game the lowest ticket price (get in price) was $250. The price the day of the game tickets were $185.00. Prices always come down.
Super Bowl in Detroit were going for $3,500.00 2weeks before. Day of the game $1,700.00
I've been to World Series games, nba final games and have seen every rock band in the last 25 yrs.
Prices always go down the day before or the day of.
Brokers love that people have to have tickets in their hands 2 or 3 weeks before.
Will tickets for this game go down, who knows but tickets go down for every game during the season so I expect the playoffs to be the same
12HawkFan wrote: ....my season tickets are in section 130 right next the Hawks tunnel...
ak3000 wrote:Does anyone have an idea if 1. Limited single tickets will be available for sale through ticketmaster? 2. nflticketexchange will open up tickets for sale. I'm assuming there's a date along the road somewhere, they wouldn't wait until the week before would they?
Riley12 wrote:As a fellow 133 member, I have to say that you have chosen your seats wisely. You are right behind the bench. Heck, you sometimes even
feel a part of the team on the sidelines. We are loud and have very, very few opposing fans among us. Seven years ago, I stood in that
section, weeping tears of joy as the confetti washed down around me with chants of "SUPER BOWL" ringing
in my ears and I can't wait for that day again.
Money well spent.
12HawkFan wrote:Ticketmaster sales will happen after the Season Ticket Holder buys are done and they know what they will have, it won't be much.
NFL Ticket exchange does not open for the playoff games until the teams and venue are known, I believe.
You can go to Stub Hub and Razor Gator and buy tickets now that are 100% guaranteed.
If a game does not happen, you will be 100% refunded and if for some reason the seller does not turn over the tickets, they face a huge charge on their credit card that they had to provide when they listed the tickets for sale, and they will get you some of their reserve tickets.
The reseller services are not face value prices, only Ticketmaster sales and there will little to no seats available.
Hope this helps.