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Sports execs feel that MLB faces the biggest threat from the secondary ticket market with regard to the value of its season tickets, according to data from a Turnkey Sports Poll conducted in March. Asked which sport faces the biggest threat from the secondary ticket market, 56% of execs polled responded MLB, while 14% said the NBA and 12% said the NFL. Meanwhile, execs were also asked to pick (from a provided list) the option that they think will best enable sports properties to adopt a more active role in the secondary ticket marketplace. The top response (39%) was the creation of official secondary sites controlled by ticket partners and league offices. Another 26% of execs said paperless ticketing and 23% said partnerships with secondary sites (Turnkey).In which sport does the secondary ticketing market pose
the biggest threat to the value of season tickets?
SPORT% MLB56% NBA14% NFL12% NHL7% College basketball2% College football2% MLS0% Not sure/No response7%Which of the following options will best enable sports properties
to adopt a more active role in the secondary ticket marketplace?
RESPONSE% Official secondary sites controlled by ticket partners and league offices39% Paperless ticketing26% Partnerships with secondary ticketing sites23% Government legislation4% Widespread use of near field communication technology2% Not sure/No response6%