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One Month Out, Australian Open Garnering Big Ticket Demand On Resale Market

One Month Out, Australian Open Garnering Big Ticket Demand On Resale Market

The calendar will soon flip to January, which means that the 2016 Australian Open will invade Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena. The first Grand Slam tournament of the year is one of the best-attended sporting events in tennis, accommodating more than 700,000 patrons over its two-week span. As is the case each year, ticket demand remains high on the secondary market, but the tournament isn’t the only premier event dictating high global box office prices over the next several weeks.

 

Enter professional football clubs Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munchen, who will each drive a considerable ticket resale demand for upcoming matches. According toviagogo.com, the official ticket exchange of Paris Saint-Germain, tickets are going fast for many matches, and Paris-Saint Germain tickets can be found for each remaining game through May. Highest-priced matches include December 13 against Olympique Lyonnais and March 19 versus Monaco, where the get-in price starts at €35 and €30, respectively.

 

While many upcoming Bayern Munich games are being discounted on viagogo, high prices still exist for several matches. Bayern Munich tickets can be found for as low as €19.90 against Karlsruher SC on January 16. However, matches against FC Ingolstadt 04 on May 7 and Borussia Dortmund March 5 own a respective get-in price of €269 and €227.01.

 

Big ticket demand remains firm throughout the entire Australian Open next month. The cheapest Australian Open tickets on viagogo are currently going for €34.17 at several sessions, though prices will continue to increase the deeper the tournament goes. January 30 Australian Open tickets start from €150.73 while the Final on January 31 owns a get-in price of €274.67.

 

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams enter as defending Men’s and Women’s Singles champions. Alongside Djokovic will be 2-5 seeds Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka and Rafael Nadal. The top five seeds of the Women’s Singles will be rounded out by Simona Halep, Garbine Muguruza, Mariah Sharapova and Agnieszka Radwanska.

 

Posted on 2015-12-07 15:57:36
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“That was pathetic. No excuse at all. The whole team is responsible. Whoever the captain is, we have to back him and try and support him. The captain has to do so many other stuff. All the 11 guys must back him and support him.” “We have addressed the issue of finishing off the overs on time in the past as well, but it cropped up again. It’s so unfortunate to see Upul going out as he is a crucial player in our set up. He batted well against South Africa and it’s so unfortunate. This can’t happen again,” - Angelo Mathews

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Cricket is a game of fine margins and Mathews is set to be a modern great. Hang in their Angie, this team can achieve something on this tour. Thirimane and the youngsters form was a real positive. Prasad was missed. Chameera should be persisted with. If Bairstow was our early outcome could have been very different.

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