How do I price Colorado Avalanche tickets on a resale marketplace?
First, look at comparable resale listings. Comparable resale listings are seats that are similar or closer in distance to center ice and four rows behind you or closer to the ice. If you have seats on the “home team attacks twice” side, you will not want to compare to the “visiting team attacks twice” side. Find the cheapest seats that meet that criteria, then price above or below based on the below information.
Second, you can gauge the direction of the market and whether to price below or above the competition based on the following attributes. The more negatives apply to the game, the lower you should price your tickets because it’s extremely likely the tickets will drop in price even more.
- Selling within one month of the game. The closer the game, the lower the prices will be in general
- Home team is likely not going to the playoffs or underperforming expectations
- Key injuries to either the home team or the visiting team
- Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday games. Monday being the worst, Tuesday second worst
- Low resale value opponents
- Lottery pick team, minimal legacy, doesn’t draw well on the road
- Examples (the worst resale teams shown first): Arizona Coyotes, Anaheim Ducks, Carolina Hurricanes, Florida Panthers, San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets
- The game is part of a home back-to-back, a long homestand, or 3 home games in 4 days type situation
- Bad weather
- Day games
- Games on a Sunday during the NFL season
- Selling more than one month from the game. The further away from the game, the more you can sell your tickets for in general
- Home team is performing to or better than the expectation going into the season
- Opponent is performing to or better than the expectation going into the season
- Great resale value opponents
- Either they are a legacy team, have superstars, a deep fanbase, or are a championship contender
- Examples (the best resale teams shown first): Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, Tampa Bay Lightning, Chicago Blackhawks Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs
- Friday/Saturday/Sunday games (Saturday being the best)
- Rivalry game
What other tips are there for selling Colorado Avalanche tickets?
The schedule release is the best time to list tickets, as it’s a full-on seller’s market. There are very few tickets available for sale, so not much competition. At the same time, there is a spike in demand from the die-hard fans that are willing to pay top dollar to secure the big game tickets. Low supply + high demand = high sales prices.
What are the highest sale price Colorado Avalanche games of the year?
- Wed 10/13 Chicago Blackhawks at Colorado Avalanche
- Tue 10/26 Vegas Golden Knights at Colorado Avalanche
- Tue 12/14 New York Rangers at Colorado Avalanche
- Sat 1/8 Toronto Maple Leafs at Colorado Avalanche
- Wed 1/26 Boston Bruins at Colorado Avalanche
- Sat 4/2 Pittsburgh Penguins at Colorado Avalanche
- Mon 4/18 Washington Capitals at Colorado Avalanche
Resale prices tend to be higher if the opponent has a long running legacy, superstars, a deep fanbase, is a potential championship contender and on the weekend.
What are the worst resale value Colorado Avalanche games of the year?
We recommend that you list these games immediately, as resale value for these games have the highest likelihood of dropping, which also increases the risk that you can’t resell the tickets.
- Thu 11/11 Vancouver Canucks at Colorado Avalanche
- Mon 11/22 Ottawa Senators at Colorado Avalanche
- Sun 12/12 Florida Panthers at Colorado Avalanche
- Thu 1/6 Winnipeg Jets at Colorado Avalanche
- Tue 3/1 New York Islanders at Colorado Avalanche
- Sun 3/13 Calgary Flames at Colorado Avalanche
- Thu 4/14 New Jersey Devils at Colorado Avalanche
Resale prices tend to be lower if the opponent is projected to be a lottery pick team, has a limited
fanbase, lacks all-stars, and the game is on a Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday.
Which marketplaces do buyers usually use for buying Colorado Avalanche tickets?
The top resale marketplaces that Colorado Avalanche buyers go to are pretty evenly split between Stubhub, SeatGeek, Ticketmaster, and VividSeats.
How do I log into my Colorado Avalanche season ticket account?
Through web browsers, you can go to https://am.ticketmaster.com/kse
For the app experience, you can download the Ticketmaster app for IoS or Android. You can find all instructions at https://www.nhl.com/avalanche/tickets/mobile-ticketing
How do I list Colorado Avalanche tickets?
For expert tips on how to sell Colorado Avalanche tickets on your favorite marketplace, read our blog article “How to Sell Tickets Online.”
Where can I sell Colorado Avalanche tickets?
The best marketplaces to sell your Colorado Avalanche tickets are Ticketmaster, Stubhub, SeatGeek and Gametime. Note, VividSeats currently only supports the resale of physically printed tickets or PDF e-tickets.
How do I transfer Colorado Avalanche tickets?
To transfer your Colorado Avalanche tickets, go to https://am.ticketmaster.com/kse on your phone or desktop. Click on “Manage Tickets” (depending on your device it may be “Tickets” or “My Events”) and then click on the game that you want to transfer. Lastly, click the “Transfer” button and fill in the required information.
Is it legal to resell Colorado Avalanche tickets?
There are no federal or state laws prohibiting the resale of tickets. Certain states do have rules and regulations around whether a broker license is required, how much above face value you can list the tickets for, or whether you can sell the tickets on the premise of the stadium.
Why should I sell my Colorado Avalanche tickets with TiqAssist?
- Tickets are listed on every major ticket resale marketplace, so you reach 100% of buyers and can get 10-15% higher resale prices on average.
- TiqAssist selling experts fully manage the resale process for you, all you do is click “List” on the games you want to sell.
- All tickets listed with TiqAssist are guaranteed to sell. If the tickets have not sold 3 days prior to gametime, TiqAssist will offer to purchase the tickets at fair-market value.