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Secondary Ticket Prices For Lightning-Rangers Start Above $500

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 29 / 15

The "get-in price" for tonight's Lightning-Rangers Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 is currently $519.95 on StubHub.com. Better seats on the secondary market are "topping $1,000," with "some club and rink-side tickets listed at thousands more." Prices are "down from two days ago," when TiqIQ reporte...

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