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1/4/2018 7:12 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/4/2018 7:15 AM

I bought two good tickets for the Tampa supercross last night for $23 each (which becomes $80 total with Ticketmaster math).

Went back today to buy two for Foxborough and similar seats are $140. They're $85, $90 or $100 for pretty much anything else facing a sideline. WTF? (And again, $90 + $90 = $241.80)

What are you paying in your area? Who prices these? The stadium? Feld?

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1/4/2018 7:30 AM

I paid 180 after tax and fees for A1 they weren't the cheapest but weren't the most expensive.

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1/4/2018 7:36 AM

I needed 3 tickets for Houston and on the site they are $94 each +fees. If you do their package deal the Me+3 they are $37.50 each +fees. So I bough the package deal because it was cheaper to buy 4 tickets than 3 and relisted the ticket I don't need for sale on their site.

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1/4/2018 8:24 AM

Hey guys I was having issues with finding my tickets for a good price for A1. I ended up not using Ticketmaster and I went to sear geek and used a promo code and saved about 20$ I think on my tickets. So I’m pretty happy with them. If you guys want to use them try entering the promo or coupon code: Nobody or try Josh. Hope I could help

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1/4/2018 8:46 AM

If its not a huge pain in the ass to go to the box office, believe it or not I got my A1 tickets for the cheapest there. Spent $135 on 3 tickets right above homeplate, lower few rows of 500 level. No "convenience charge" or stupid fees, $45 per ticket. Didnt find those online anywhere without added fees (ticketmaster, stub hub, 714 tickets etc.)

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1/4/2018 8:46 AM

Anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the race from the stadium box office?

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1/4/2018 8:50 AM

david225 wrote:

Anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the race from the stadium box office?

You can if there are any left. A1 usually sells out.

I did hear a radio commercial this morning that mentioned there are still seats available, but who knows.

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1/4/2018 9:06 AM

kburgie wrote:

I bought two good tickets for the Tampa supercross last night for $23 each (which becomes $80 total with Ticketmaster math).

Went back today to buy two for Foxborough and similar seats are $140. They're $85, $90 or $100 for pretty much anything else facing a sideline. WTF? (And again, $90 + $90 = $241.80)

What are you paying in your area? Who prices these? The stadium? Feld?

funny i literally just went through this this morning buying tickets for tampa as well. on ticketmaster I got two 50yd line east side, 5 rows up section 235 tickets, they were $46 before fees, and walked out the door for $131. i actually think these seats are MUCH better than the outrageously priced lower level tickets with worse viewing. but yea also saw alot of other cities were way higher pricing, maybe higher cost of living in different areas than here in tampa, and higher demand for tickets?

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1/4/2018 9:10 AM

kburgie wrote:

I bought two good tickets for the Tampa supercross last night for $23 each (which becomes $80 total with Ticketmaster math).

Went back today to buy two for Foxborough and similar seats are $140. They're $85, $90 or $100 for pretty much anything else facing a sideline. WTF? (And again, $90 + $90 = $241.80)

What are you paying in your area? Who prices these? The stadium? Feld?

generallee121 wrote:

funny i literally just went through this this morning buying tickets for tampa as well. on ticketmaster I got two 50yd line east side, 5 rows up section 235 tickets, they were $46 before fees, and walked out the door for $131. i actually think these seats are MUCH better than the outrageously priced lower level tickets with worse viewing. but yea also saw alot of other cities were way higher pricing, maybe higher cost of living in different areas than here in tampa, and higher demand for tickets?

Lower seats means youre further away from lurchs ear piercing screaming

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1/4/2018 9:30 AM

david225 wrote:

Anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the race from the stadium box office?

Falcon wrote:

You can if there are any left. A1 usually sells out.

I did hear a radio commercial this morning that mentioned there are still seats available, but who knows.

Cool thanks! I won’t be trying this until Tampa SX but I wanted to ask to if it was possible.

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1/4/2018 9:53 AM

david225 wrote:

Anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the race from the stadium box office?

Falcon wrote:

You can if there are any left. A1 usually sells out.

I did hear a radio commercial this morning that mentioned there are still seats available, but who knows.

david225 wrote:

Cool thanks! I won’t be trying this until Tampa SX but I wanted to ask to if it was possible.

Just went on ticketmaster and the upper levels of alot of sections of A1 still have seats, lower level is almost completely sold out.

Tampa will definitely have plenty of seats available day of the race.

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1/4/2018 10:26 AM

bball35 wrote:

Just went on ticketmaster and the upper levels of alot of sections of A1 still have seats, lower level is almost completely sold out.

Tampa will definitely have plenty of seats available day of the race.

Upper level seats are awesome, by the way. I've gotten really into going to the live races the last couple years and there are almost no bad seats in the house. From higher up you can see the whole track better (duh) without feeling like you're too far from the action.

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1/4/2018 10:37 AM

I'm sure they have different deals with each stadium, something I heard third hand that came from someone who works with the series to some extent is that Feld gets Oakland for free. Oakland gets the concessions and parking which explains why parking is twice the price of Anaheim, and why the race stays in that shithole while the new stadium gets axed.

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1/4/2018 10:45 AM

RandyS wrote:

I'm sure they have different deals with each stadium, something I heard third hand that came from someone who works with the series to some extent is that Feld gets Oakland for free. Oakland gets the concessions and parking which explains why parking is twice the price of Anaheim, and why the race stays in that shithole while the new stadium gets axed.

If Levi Stadium is the new stadium you are talking about they did go there and the attendance was horrible.

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1/4/2018 10:58 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/4/2018 11:06 AM

RandyS wrote:

I'm sure they have different deals with each stadium, something I heard third hand that came from someone who works with the series to some extent is that Feld gets Oakland for free. Oakland gets the concessions and parking which explains why parking is twice the price of Anaheim, and why the race stays in that shithole while the new stadium gets axed.

bball35 wrote:

If Levi Stadium is the new stadium you are talking about they did go there and the attendance was horrible.

Yes, but it wouldn't if it was the Oakland date. San Francisco was a really cool SX venue, I didn't go to Levis but I'm sure it's nice. Oakland not so much.

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1/4/2018 11:03 AM

2 tickets sideline at Indy were $90 a piece.

2 tickets sideline at St Louis were $70 a piece.

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1/4/2018 11:04 AM

Paid 75 each last year for Seattle SX, this year for the same seats are 115.

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1/4/2018 11:09 AM

Mine were $92 each for the Minneapolis SX for halfway up the first section at around the 30 yard line.

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1/4/2018 11:24 AM

jrrundle wrote:

Paid 75 each last year for Seattle SX, this year for the same seats are 115.

Feld doesn't do a set price for section anymore. The ticket prices are based on supply and demand and can go up or down each day up until the time of event.

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1/5/2018 8:51 AM

I'll try to buy my Houston tickets today online. Can't believe I can't find a dealership selling them in Houston. Traveling 8 hours to get there.

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Just Old.

1/5/2018 8:56 AM

I paid 170 a ticket last year in Toronto but that was for front row seats. I think my tickets for the same event in 2014 was 70 ish?

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1/5/2018 9:20 AM

I won't complain about the $20 to $40 dollar ticket prices at Daytona then I guess.

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1/5/2018 9:22 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/5/2018 9:22 AM

david225 wrote:

Anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the race from the stadium box office?

maybe maybe not but there will be some dudes out front holding signs saying they want to buy tickets. They really are selling tickets, they'll haggle on the price too.

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1/5/2018 9:24 AM

There was a line of people buying tickets yesterday at the stadium. I’ll be there in a bit and will check again for those wanting to drive over tomorrow.

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1/5/2018 9:25 AM

Have looked into buying tickets for Foxborough. The Supercross website links to ticketmaster. Wondering if there is another way to get tickets for this location. Would be my first live event, so I am pretty stoked about attending it. Anyone here who is familiar with Foxborough and can suggest which sections are best keeping in mind that I don't want to buy the most expensive tickets?

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1/5/2018 9:51 AM

Just paid $120.00 for a club seat yesterday for A1. Ticketmaster

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1/5/2018 10:24 AM

Acidreamer wrote:

Lower seats means youre further away from lurchs ear piercing screaming

That has to be the best $$ you can ever spend...

maybe there is money in lurch cancelling headphones.

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1/5/2018 10:33 AM

I only paid 145 each for suite tickets for Minneapolis this year

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1/5/2018 10:40 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/5/2018 10:41 AM

Im going to Oakland and buying a $15 ticket at the box office the day-of.

I’m going solo so I plan on moving around throughout the night.

Does the Monster can still work for the pits?

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1/5/2018 10:42 AM

Indy tickets are $160. Kinda bummed you guys got some so cheap

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