1. Three ways to buy tickets
- Resale: The largest number of discounted tickets are available via StubHub and SeatGeek. Most home games have 1000+ seats available on either site, and in my experience the best time to buy tends to be the day before the game. Tickets can start to get expensive if you have a larger group, as there is a limited number of seats available together, but one way to work around this is to try to buy seats in rows one behind each other (this is also more conducive for socializing with people in your group who aren’t in the seats directly beside you).
- Ticketmaster: Especially if you’re looking to get a larger group together, buying seats directly from Ticketmaster might be your best bet. Full view seats start at $29 + fees but can sometimes be as low as $15 depending on demand. You can also save a few dollars buy paying with your Amex.
- Reply Buy: This service allows fans to purchase last minute tickets via text. Specific offers are usually sent out the day before a game and prices are comparable to those on StubHub or SeatGeek. You also get $10 credit just for signing up.