It seems like the Mayweather vs McGregor superfight on 26th August isn’t on the best sale of ticket in town after all. Consecutive weeks of buildup that combined a four stop, three country world press tour, tickets for the boxing viewers went on sale last Monday 24th July.
But buying a few tickets wasn’t as easy as logging onto Ticketmaster.com and believing you could buy something before scalpers capture them all up. To avoid thsi situation, the advertiser used the ‘Ticketmaster Verified Fans’ system, which settled the status of everybody and enrolled them into a raffle draw system where incidental crowds got a code to buy up maximum two tickets.
That looked like a honest way to give the moderate fan a fair shot at buying tickets, but in afterthought all those hoops and the doubt it caused may have driven away a lot of crowd. As of last night, over three thousand seats to the event are still unsold
according to ESPN reporter Darren Rovell.
We have confirmed that there is still a lot of tickets available in all sorts of shots around the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. If anyone got $3500, he can get a seat in the upper decks while cent pinchers may want to acknowledge ‘Verified Resale Tickets’ in the complete worst nosebleed corners of the ring going for $2000. Are you feeling absurd? Tickets for the first pot are still available for a measly $5000 each, unless you want the center court area ,right in front of the ring, then it will cost you $10,000 – $15,000.
The biggest question we have, though, is whether these tickets being available is a flag that perhaps the world isn’t as interested in seeing Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor as the advertisers behind it would have us believe. A lot of digital autograph has been gone laying out just how uncompetitive boxing specialists think this fight will be, and the Manny Pacquiao fight in 2015 absolutely large gathering home how annoying paying big bucks to see Mayweather’s exclusive brand of ‘fighting’ is.
While we await the fight to sell out as the fight date appearing nearer, the paucity of demand weeks out makes it less sure that Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor will destroy the all time PPV record held by Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao of 4 million. Don’t cry for all the multi-millionaires putting on the fight, though they’ll quiet end up doing well, even if the show only earns nearly 2 million buys. More Updates