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    RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 4,554
    Those Baltimore premiums aren’t the best seats in the house but they’re a heckuva lot better than the seat I got from 10c.  Happy to be in the building but still these releases are always a gut punch.  
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    EV Solo: 2017 Louisville and Franklin, 2018 Ohana, 2019 Innings Fest, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and Ohana; 2021 Ohana Friday (from beach) and Saturday; 2022 Earthlings Newark; 2023 Innings Fest and Benoraya 1-2.

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    spankyMPspankyMP NY to NC to NH Posts: 1,391
    Those Baltimore premiums aren’t the best seats in the house but they’re a heckuva lot better than the seat I got from 10c.  Happy to be in the building but still these releases are always a gut punch.  
    Yup.
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    BL259797BL259797 Posts: 19
    I apologize if this has been asked a bunch of times but does anybody know when TM will allow you to sell your ticket for the Wrigley show. I have a single and I can't make it and would love to be able to post it. Have they done this in the past for Chicago shows? Any and all info would be greatly appreciate. Thank you so much! 
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    aisleseatsaisleseats Posts: 1,306
    BL259797 said:
    I apologize if this has been asked a bunch of times but does anybody know when TM will allow you to sell your ticket for the Wrigley show. I have a single and I can't make it and would love to be able to post it. Have they done this in the past for Chicago shows? Any and all info would be greatly appreciate. Thank you so much! 
    No one knows. We're all waiting impatiently.
    One glimmer of hope is that they finally added the F2F option to the filters on TM a couple weeks ago. But as of yet, they have not enabled resale.
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    BL259797BL259797 Posts: 19
    BL259797 said:
    I apologize if this has been asked a bunch of times but does anybody know when TM will allow you to sell your ticket for the Wrigley show. I have a single and I can't make it and would love to be able to post it. Have they done this in the past for Chicago shows? Any and all info would be greatly appreciate. Thank you so much! 
    No one knows. We're all waiting impatiently.
    One glimmer of hope is that they finally added the F2F option to the filters on TM a couple weeks ago. But as of yet, they have not enabled resale.
    Gotcha. Thank you!
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    RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 4,554
    The Wrigley tickets should be transferable and it’s possibly illegal that they aren’t.  

    TM has indicated they will be transferable the week of the show once in the MLB app.  
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    YAKIMATSUYAKIMATSU Santa Fe Posts: 733
    BL259797 said:
    I apologize if this has been asked a bunch of times but does anybody know when TM will allow you to sell your ticket for the Wrigley show. I have a single and I can't make it and would love to be able to post it. Have they done this in the past for Chicago shows? Any and all info would be greatly appreciate. Thank you so much! 
    If it is for Saturday, I would be interested.
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    mjd327mjd327 Posts: 152
    So what are the chances of being able to get MSG2 tickets eventually? Currently you can buy for like 650-700 on Stubhub - are those likely to last until the show? Become more expensive? Less? Part of me is panicking and wanting to buy them even if they're really expensive - but I obviously would rather not pay that much lol. Is it safe to wait and keep trying to get lucky with fan to fan? Is it reasonable to assume that you will always be able to pay that much on Stubhub or are the prices just going to get worse as it gets closer? Usually ticket prices drop when the show gets closer but I think at MSG 2022 that wasn't necessarily the case 
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    yosiyosi NYC Posts: 2,780
    edited June 20
    mjd327 said:
    So what are the chances of being able to get MSG2 tickets eventually? Currently you can buy for like 650-700 on Stubhub - are those likely to last until the show? Become more expensive? Less? Part of me is panicking and wanting to buy them even if they're really expensive - but I obviously would rather not pay that much lol. Is it safe to wait and keep trying to get lucky with fan to fan? Is it reasonable to assume that you will always be able to pay that much on Stubhub or are the prices just going to get worse as it gets closer? Usually ticket prices drop when the show gets closer but I think at MSG 2022 that wasn't necessarily the case 
    Wondering the same about MSG1. It’s such a bummer of a situation. 
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    PinoyPJPinoyPJ Los Angeles, CA Posts: 245
    mjd327 said:
    So what are the chances of being able to get MSG2 tickets eventually? Currently you can buy for like 650-700 on Stubhub - are those likely to last until the show? Become more expensive? Less? Part of me is panicking and wanting to buy them even if they're really expensive - but I obviously would rather not pay that much lol. Is it safe to wait and keep trying to get lucky with fan to fan? Is it reasonable to assume that you will always be able to pay that much on Stubhub or are the prices just going to get worse as it gets closer? Usually ticket prices drop when the show gets closer but I think at MSG 2022 that wasn't necessarily the case 
    l keep checking TM everyday.... and have been sad everyday.... looking for MSG2.... lol
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    steven87steven87 Posts: 1,348
    mjd327 said:
    So what are the chances of being able to get MSG2 tickets eventually? Currently you can buy for like 650-700 on Stubhub - are those likely to last until the show? Become more expensive? Less? Part of me is panicking and wanting to buy them even if they're really expensive - but I obviously would rather not pay that much lol. Is it safe to wait and keep trying to get lucky with fan to fan? Is it reasonable to assume that you will always be able to pay that much on Stubhub or are the prices just going to get worse as it gets closer? Usually ticket prices drop when the show gets closer but I think at MSG 2022 that wasn't necessarily the case 
    I think the answer is to wait it out until a week or two before the show. Hopefully we’ll see a few drops of standard priced tickets between now and then. And there won’t be as much as other shows because tickets in NY are transferable, but I’m sure we’ll see at least some F2F action as it gets closer. And I also suspect that at least the remaining upper level tickets on stubhub will come down substantially by show day. 
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    blairs1blairs1 Ontario, Canada Posts: 194
    edited June 20
    I have a second ticket (single) that may be available for N2. Just waiting on confirmation of friends plans. Trying to get a single for N1 seems impossible. Trying to firm up plans for my flights. 
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    Mhemm11Mhemm11 Posts: 36
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
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    steven87steven87 Posts: 1,348
    Mhemm11 said:
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
    There will be some F2F tickets for face value, but likely not many. I saw a couple of face value pairs drop a week or two ago but they were snapped up immediately. So I think it will be very hard, but not impossible, to score face value tickets through F2F. 
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    mjd327mjd327 Posts: 152
    steven87 said:
    Mhemm11 said:
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
    There will be some F2F tickets for face value, but likely not many. I saw a couple of face value pairs drop a week or two ago but they were snapped up immediately. So I think it will be very hard, but not impossible, to score face value tickets through F2F. 

    My question is also on the second-hand market - do people remember from previous NY shows....are there still tickets available just before the show, and are the prices likely to remain steady, grow, or fall? Im not sure what is considered the best reasonable price and unsure if buying early or waiting is the best move....My ideal is trying to get face value as much as possible and then buying stubhub if absolutely necessary - but I wanted to be sure that can reasonably be considered an option. I remember for MSG 2022 that the tickets on second-hand remained pricey forever and became scarce eventually but that was only 1 MSG show vs 2 this year...so who knows? 


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    LiftedLifted Posts: 1,757
    Just missed another Philly 1 pair. It’s getting infuriating. 3rd time this week I literally carted a pair that popped up while I was on the page and errored out during checkout. Rigged.
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    SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USA Posts: 3,568
    mjd327 said:
    steven87 said:
    Mhemm11 said:
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
    There will be some F2F tickets for face value, but likely not many. I saw a couple of face value pairs drop a week or two ago but they were snapped up immediately. So I think it will be very hard, but not impossible, to score face value tickets through F2F. 

    My question is also on the second-hand market - do people remember from previous NY shows....are there still tickets available just before the show, and are the prices likely to remain steady, grow, or fall? Im not sure what is considered the best reasonable price and unsure if buying early or waiting is the best move....My ideal is trying to get face value as much as possible and then buying stubhub if absolutely necessary - but I wanted to be sure that can reasonably be considered an option. I remember for MSG 2022 that the tickets on second-hand remained pricey forever and became scarce eventually but that was only 1 MSG show vs 2 this year...so who knows? 


    I think there will be tickets available on stubhub until showtime. I wouldn't count on prices dropping drastically 
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    PJNBPJNB Posts: 13,077
    A good single is up right now for Fenway N2
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    joh9028joh9028 Philly Posts: 1
    just listed F2F Fenway tickets

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    PJNBPJNB Posts: 13,077
    joh9028 said:
    just listed F2F Fenway tickets

    What night were they? 
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    SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USA Posts: 3,568
    Saw both. Pairs on 3rd base line 
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    yosiyosi NYC Posts: 2,780
    Single for Boston 2 is on F2F. 
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    Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 6,290
    mjd327 said:
    steven87 said:
    Mhemm11 said:
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
    There will be some F2F tickets for face value, but likely not many. I saw a couple of face value pairs drop a week or two ago but they were snapped up immediately. So I think it will be very hard, but not impossible, to score face value tickets through F2F. 

    My question is also on the second-hand market - do people remember from previous NY shows....are there still tickets available just before the show, and are the prices likely to remain steady, grow, or fall? Im not sure what is considered the best reasonable price and unsure if buying early or waiting is the best move....My ideal is trying to get face value as much as possible and then buying stubhub if absolutely necessary - but I wanted to be sure that can reasonably be considered an option. I remember for MSG 2022 that the tickets on second-hand remained pricey forever and became scarce eventually but that was only 1 MSG show vs 2 this year...so who knows? 




    2022 there were some premium ticket drops for around $600 IIRC in the weeks before the show, but they went really fast. Anything at face value or fan to fan near face will have hundreds of suitors within a second.

    there were some upper level unobstructed view upper level tickets that dropped to around $475 on broker sites day of show 2022.

    For those happy to be just “in the building” at msg, keep in mind upper level rows 13 and up are almost all fully obstructed views by the bridge seats when fans are standing, as they tend to do at PJ shows. And these will not be labeled limited view as they are fine assuming everyone is seated. Either case, up there even if unobstructed fans get just a tiny sliver of stage view, no lights, no screen. I find it claustrophobic.

    currently unobstructed view seats on broker sites are over $750; this is the way it is for a band that plays where it want to, to thousands of empty seats internationally , not necessarily where they are most popular, as they owe us fans nothing when posting those FOMO premiums for $2000 MSG
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    mjd327mjd327 Posts: 152
    mjd327 said:
    steven87 said:
    Mhemm11 said:
    I think the only F2F tickets that will be available are going to be premium.  I don't think anyone would post 10C F2F since you can transfer them.  There were some drops in 2022 a day or so before the show at MSG and I was able to score tickets behind the stage in the Club section.  One was premium and the other was regular price.
    There will be some F2F tickets for face value, but likely not many. I saw a couple of face value pairs drop a week or two ago but they were snapped up immediately. So I think it will be very hard, but not impossible, to score face value tickets through F2F. 

    My question is also on the second-hand market - do people remember from previous NY shows....are there still tickets available just before the show, and are the prices likely to remain steady, grow, or fall? Im not sure what is considered the best reasonable price and unsure if buying early or waiting is the best move....My ideal is trying to get face value as much as possible and then buying stubhub if absolutely necessary - but I wanted to be sure that can reasonably be considered an option. I remember for MSG 2022 that the tickets on second-hand remained pricey forever and became scarce eventually but that was only 1 MSG show vs 2 this year...so who knows? 




    2022 there were some premium ticket drops for around $600 IIRC in the weeks before the show, but they went really fast. Anything at face value or fan to fan near face will have hundreds of suitors within a second.

    there were some upper level unobstructed view upper level tickets that dropped to around $475 on broker sites day of show 2022.

    For those happy to be just “in the building” at msg, keep in mind upper level rows 13 and up are almost all fully obstructed views by the bridge seats when fans are standing, as they tend to do at PJ shows. And these will not be labeled limited view as they are fine assuming everyone is seated. Either case, up there even if unobstructed fans get just a tiny sliver of stage view, no lights, no screen. I find it claustrophobic.

    currently unobstructed view seats on broker sites are over $750; this is the way it is for a band that plays where it want to, to thousands of empty seats internationally , not necessarily where they are most popular, as they owe us fans nothing when posting those FOMO premiums for $2000 MSG
    What do you mean? Any upper level section row 13 and up is obstructed? Are they still obstructed if you stand? And why wouldn't you see lights and stage and screen? Or do you just mean on the side sections?
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    HailHailVitalogyHailHailVitalogy Posts: 4,668
    It’s not that obstructed. You basically can’t see the other side of the arena, but you can see the stage. Go to aviewfrommyseat.com and look around. I’ve been to MSG for games and shows a million times, I’ve never sat higher than row 18 in the 200s which I did for the Knicks playoffs this year and it was fine. But the first 10 rows of the 200s really are some of the best “uppers” in the country. 
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    yosiyosi NYC Posts: 2,780
    I’ve sat in the last couple of rows at MSG for a few concerts. While not ideal, I never felt like I couldn’t see the stage. 
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    Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 6,290
    It’s not that obstructed. You basically can’t see the other side of the arena, but you can see the stage. Go to aviewfrommyseat.com and look around. I’ve been to MSG for games and shows a million times, I’ve never sat higher than row 18 in the 200s which I did for the Knicks playoffs this year and it was fine. But the first 10 rows of the 200s really are some of the best “uppers” in the country. 

    Depends where you are in the arena. If everyone is standing, anything above row 13 risks minimal view of stage, and almost no view of lights and video screens. For a Knicks game, the same seats could be exceptional. These seats are running around $800 for PJ and will not be labeled as partial view, so I think it’s better to warn fans of that  
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    HailHailVitalogyHailHailVitalogy Posts: 4,668
    edited June 22
    It’s not that obstructed. You basically can’t see the other side of the arena, but you can see the stage. Go to aviewfrommyseat.com and look around. I’ve been to MSG for games and shows a million times, I’ve never sat higher than row 18 in the 200s which I did for the Knicks playoffs this year and it was fine. But the first 10 rows of the 200s really are some of the best “uppers” in the country. 

    Depends where you are in the arena. If everyone is standing, anything above row 13 risks minimal view of stage, and almost no view of lights and video screens. For a Knicks game, the same seats could be exceptional. These seats are running around $800 for PJ and will not be labeled as partial view, so I think it’s better to warn fans of that  
    For sure 👍🏽 The screen definitely won’t be in complete view, but I think with people standing you can still see the band. I’ve never sat up there for a concert, do they turn on the TVs that are mounted to the back of the bridge seats? They definitely do for games. I would probably rather sit in row 1 of the bridge seats than row 23 of the 200s. 
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    kosteva2kosteva2 Posts: 288
    It’s not that obstructed. You basically can’t see the other side of the arena, but you can see the stage. Go to aviewfrommyseat.com and look around. I’ve been to MSG for games and shows a million times, I’ve never sat higher than row 18 in the 200s which I did for the Knicks playoffs this year and it was fine. But the first 10 rows of the 200s really are some of the best “uppers” in the country. 

    Depends where you are in the arena. If everyone is standing, anything above row 13 risks minimal view of stage, and almost no view of lights and video screens. For a Knicks game, the same seats could be exceptional. These seats are running around $800 for PJ and will not be labeled as partial view, so I think it’s better to warn fans of that  
    For sure 👍🏽 The screen definitely won’t be in complete view, but I think with people standing you can still see the band. I’ve never sat up there for a concert, do they turn on the TVs that are mounted to the back of the bridge seats? They definitely do for games. I would probably rather sit in row 1 of the bridge seats than row 23 of the 200s. 
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    Weston1283Weston1283 Fredericksburg, VA Posts: 4,682
    edited June 23
    I'm about 300 posts behind here but are people still having the issue on Ticketmaster where the seat map shows up blue but the side bar to the right says "no tickets available please adjust your search" no matter what you do with the sliders
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