The $24,900 seat - Game 6 golden ticket
New York Post - November 4th, 2009
You can sit within earshot of Joe Girardi tonight -- if you have an extra $25,000 taking up space in your wallet.
"We've had people give us tickets on consignment with those kinds of very high prices and then when I tell them they sold, they'll say, 'What?! I was going to go to that game. Now you need to help me get two tickets!' " said Jason Berger of AllShows.com.
World Series ticket prices rising after Phillies' Game 1 win
Philadelphia Daily News - October 30th, 2009
Jason Berger, CEO of AllShows.com, a ticket distributor in the New York metropolitan area, said the Phillies' 6-1 win in Game 1 aided in driving up prices for the games in Philadelphia.
"[The] Yankees' loss has increased demand for World Series tickets from Philadelphia Phillies fans," Berger said. "Prices for this weekend's World Series Games 3 and 4 have increased. Terrace-level seats are starting to become scarce and are fetching $1,100 to $1,250 per ticket. Lower-level field and main-level seats infield are anywhere from $1,750 to $2,250 per ticket."
In One Day, Game 2 Ticket Prices Rise 26 Percent
- October 30th, 2009
Tickets to sit in field level seats in the infield dipped 5 percent, to $1,545.
What's more, prices for the third and fourth games, to be played in Philadelphia this weekend, were also rising, according to Jason Berger, the chief executive of AllShows.com, a ticket seller in the New York area.
World Series seats available, for a price
New Haven Register - October 27th, 2009
Jason Berger of allshows.com, one of the legitimate ticket brokers out there, gave me the scoop. He said Game 1 tickets are selling at a minimum of $500, going up to $5,000.
"Buying tickets online has become very, very easy," Berger said. "Teams like the Yankees have actually embraced tickets being resold."
Berger said your best bet is to call a local broker, introduce yourself, see if they have a waiting list. You might get lucky.
Fans pay big bucks for tickets to ALCS against Angels at Yankee Stadium
New York Daily News - October 13th, 2009
Catching the red-hot Yankees on their magical playoffs run is now the hottest ticket in town.
From the minute the Bronx Bombers notched the final out Sunday, sweeping the Minnesota Twins to secure a spot in the championship series, fans started snapping up remaining tickets.
"People are getting pretty excited," said Jason Berger of the broker site AllShows.com. "It's picking up a lot."
First-Round Playoff Tickets Less Costly
- October 13th, 2009
"Right now, we're seeing a lot more sellers being reasonable," said Jason Berger, managing partner at AllShows.com. "I hear a lot of people say: 'What's the cheapest ticket I can get? I don't want to break the bank.'"
Cabrera Comes Through With Another Big Hit
- May 1, 2009
More of those exclusive seats are cropping up at resale, according to Jason Berger, a managing partner of one New York's largest ticket resellers, AllShows.com.
"The Yankees season-ticket holders are more accustomed to resell them and because of the inflated prices, they have more reason to this year," he said.
AllShows.com Named The Official Secondary Market Ticket Partner For Fangap.com, A Fansite For Music's Rising Stars
-- Tickets for Hottest Summer Tour Concerts, Including the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato, Available at https://fangap.allshows.com or by Calling 1-800-ALL-SHOWS --
NEW YORK – AllShows.Com (allshows.com) and FanGap.com (www.fangap.com) have teamed up for a unique partnership that offers concert fans a greater choice of tickets to concerts featuring music’s rising stars. Tickets for today’s most popular teen, tween, and family events – including sold-out summer tours for the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato -- are available on https://fangap.allshows.com, a site developed by AllShows.com featuring FanGap.com’s selected artists and its site’s ease of use. Fans visiting FanGap.com’s fansites, such as www.JonasBrothersFan.com and www.DemiLovatoFan.com, are also able to search for available tickets and purchase their selections on the fansite which is powered by AllShows.com.
“FanGap.com offers music artist fans a one-stop site for all their needs – news, photos, lyrics, and now the opportunity to search for and purchase tickets to the most popular teen, tween, and family concerts,” said Dana Pierri, Director of Business Development, All Shows. “AllShows.com looks forward to providing FanGap.com’s site visitors the opportunity to attend sold-out concerts and the ease of mind from buying tickets from AllShows.com.”
In addition to AllShow’s latest partnership with FanGap.com, AllShows.Com is pleased it can offer its clients the best seat selections for all sporting and entertainment events in the New York City metropolitan area. AllShows.com has been named the official premium and VIP ticket partner for venues across the tri-state area over the past year. Press and information on these exclusive partnerships can be found at https://allshows.com/in-the-news.
Fangap.com is a fansite within a fansite. Each star has their own fangap site, within the fangap site there are forums, blogs, and your own space to set up your very own fansite or what we call a "mini fangap". The site that started it all was JonasBrothersFan.com, a FanGap site devoted to the rising stars known as the Jonas Brothers. That site was received so well by fellow fans it was decided to bring the technology driving it to the masses of fans of all the stars out there.
AllShows.com is a leading ticket seller for events in the New York metropolitan area with over 20 years in business with offices in Fairfield County, Westchester County as well as New York City. AllShows.com is fully licensed and bonded in New York and New Jersey and is a proud member of the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB) as well as the Better Business Bureau. In addition to providing all concert and theater event tickets, AllShows.com buys and sells tickets to all New York metropolitan area professional sporting events including baseball (MLB regular season and the All-Star Game), football, hockey, basketball, and soccer.
Allshows.com Named The Exclusive VIP Ticket Partner for City Winery, New York's Newest Venue to Offer VIP Experiences for Clients
VIP Tables for Events at City Winery Are Now Available Through Their Ticketing Partner AllShows.Com by Calling 1-800-ALL-SHOWS or at allshows.com
NEW YORK - (May 7, 2009) AllShows.com (allshows.com), in an exclusive ticketing partnership with City Winery, offers music fans tickets for events at one of Manhattan's most unique venues - a 21,000 square foot winery and restaurant with full stage and state-of-the-art sound system. Fans wishing to access VIP tables for events at City Winery can contact 1-800-ALL-SHOWS or allshows.com or visit the online box office at www.citywinery.com.
"We are really excited to partner with New York City's newest luxury high end entertainment venue. Our ticketing experience and customer base will provide additional exposure to this new venue as well as offer our clients access to sold-out shows. Music fans in the tri-state area have an opportunity to see concerts at a truly unique venue when attending events at the City Winery," said Jason Berger, Managing Partner, AllShows.Com. "Our partnership with City Winery allows us to provide VIP seat options in a unique setting, featuring New York's first and only winery and restaurant."
In addition to offering exclusive VIP tickets for events at City Winery, AllShows.Com is pleased it can offer its clients the best seat selections for all sporting and entertainment events in the New York City metropolitan area. AllShows.com has been named the official premium and VIP ticket partner for venues across the tri-state area over the past year. Press and information on these exclusive partnerships can be found at https://allshows.com/in-the-news.
"Allshows.com's partnership with City Winery is yet another example of the unique entertainment and sporting ticket packages that are available to our clients," said Berger. "As always, Allshows.com looks forward to developing additional partnerships with not only local venues and promoters, but vendors that can add to our client's experience when attending an event."
Upcoming performances at City Winery include:
About City Winery
City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, who wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music. The core target audience of City Winery-urban wine enthusiasts who desire the experience of making their own wine, but who are not going to leave their comfortable Manhattan lifestyle to decamp to a vineyard-immediately became clear. But Michael wanted to create more than just a custom crush facility. Beyond making wine, Michael also wanted to focus on the enjoyment and satisfaction that comes from sharing wine with friends, and to capture the unique social bond that occurs when communities of like-minded people gather over a bottle of quality Cabernet, while dining on a freshly-prepared meal and listening to their favorite artists perform.
Allshows.com Looks at Primary and Secondary Markets as One Big Opportunity
To Jason Berger, the primary and secondary ticket markets are becoming one and the same and it all comes down to providing ticketing solutions to clients. Berger, a 20-year veteran of the ticket industry, is the managing partner of Greenwich, CT-based Allshows.com, and in keeping with his philosophy, the company has launched a move in recent months into the primary market.
All Shows has partnered with the Heirloom Arts Theatre in Connecticut, and Chocolate Tango: The Event in New Jersey, to provide primary ticketing solutions, a move Berger said helps the company continue to grow. The company has also partnered with the Ridgefield Playhouse in Connecticut to help offer VIP experiences and meet-and-greets with artists, as well as premium seating for all playhouse events.
"The primary and secondary markets are clearly converging. There is no longer a clear distinction between both market sectors, as secondary brokers are increasingly working with primary sellers to get the venues filled," Berger told TicketNews. Traditionally, companies in the primary ticket market represent the original source of tickets, while the secondary market represents brokers who acquire tickets that they then resell.
"With that said, we are exploring all areas of growth in the ticket industry. We feel the industry as a whole is resilient and will trump other areas of the entertainment industry.
The company was able to step in to help the three entities when previous, unnamed ticket providers were not meeting their clients' needs. To do so, Berger said All Shows was able to draw on its knowledge of the local markets, expertise in the ticket industry, and a strong track record of customer service. "We also work with the venue on marketing strategy as well as ways to increase their ticket sales."
Berger would not disclose how the company works with each client, for example, whether they split the proceeds of tickets sold or whether the venue is paying All Shows a fee, but he said the company has developed a software platform for their primary market clients, which they will expand and customize to fit specific needs. The company currently employs 20 people and did not have to add staff to handle the new primary clients, but Berger said the company may look to increase staff if Allshows lands more clients.
"It's all about getting our clients what they need," Berger said. "We don't separate primary and secondary clients. We are here to provide great tickets and great service and that's what we will continue to do as the ticket industry grows."
AllShows.com Named the Primary Ticket Seller for the Heirloom Arts Theatre
GREENWICH, CT--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 21, 2009 -- In yet another partnership developed to provide New York tri-state area consumers with unique entertainment experiences, AllShows.com today announced it has been named the primary ticket seller for the Heirloom Arts Theatre -- a theater with a long tradition of music and other performing arts in an intimate, café lounge atmosphere. The Heirloom Arts Theatre, formerly the Empress Ballroom, brings a new artistic and cultural alternative for music to the heart of downtown Danbury, Connecticut.
"AllShows.com is excited to offer primary ticket capabilities to the Heirloom Arts Theatre at a time that this historic venue transforms itself into a multimedia theater," said Jason Berger, AllShows.com. "We are confident that guests buying tickets to events at the Heirloom Theatre will enjoy movies, theatrical productions and their favorite indie bands."
In addition to being named the exclusive box-office provider for the Heirloom Arts Theatre, AllShows.com was recently selected as the primary ticket seller for Tango Revolution LLC's Chocolate Tango, a chocolate tasting, tango concert, and comedy show on Valentine's Day, February 14, 2009. AllShows.com also partnered with Ridgefield Playhouse to offer premium seating and VIP events prior to select concerts and was named the official fan marketplace and the official premium ticket source for Ives Concert Park's 2008 Summer Concert Series.
"As AllShows.com expands its capabilities with local venue partnerships, such as this primary ticket selling agreement with the Heirloom Arts Theatre, we are offering clients opportunities for enhanced experiences at New York tri-state area venues," added Berger. "We look forward to seeking out opportunities to partner with additional venues and promoters in the future." (continue reading...)