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Predators' Stanley Cup Final Ticket Demand In Nashville Already Off The Charts

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 24 / 17

The starting price on StubHub for a Stanley Cup Final ticket is "twice as high in Nashville than in Ottawa and Pittsburgh for the opening games," according to Jamie McGee of the Nashville TENNESSEAN. According to resale site Tickets.Expert., the "running price in the nosebleed section" for the ...

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