There’s still time to pickup tickets for tonight’s tilt between the Canucks and Bruins tonight… and you’ll get them at rock bottom prices.
That’s something that’s raising eyebrows, even for seasoned ticket sellers like Mario Livich with ShowTime Tickets, considering it’s a rematch of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.
“This was one of the top three games of the year, when the schedule was announced. There’s still that lingering rivalry and hatred with the Bruins.”
— Mac Ball (@MacBall) December 6, 2015
Livich says he was selling seats seats for as low as $59 – a far cry from the three digit figures they would have commanded not long ago.
“Typically they’d be two to three times that price for a game of this stature, but with the Canucks recent losing streak, demand has certainly fallen off.”
As game time approaches, Tickets on StubHub have dipped as low as $29 for some seating.
Livich says it’s not just tonight. Fans are seeing games all season, because it’s a buyer’s market.
“The market is very fluid and tickets are always available, inventory is always circulating. The volume available is healthy, and demand is healthy, but what we’re seeing right now is some great deals due to prices being lower than they would normally be.”
Livich says the Canucks’ recent struggles have translated towards demand for tickets falling off.