Predicting the price of tickets is like trying to predict the stock market, it's just really hard to know what it will do.
Ticket prices go up and down based on supply and demand... First, check on ticketmaster (if that is where the tickets went on sale originally), if the event is sold out, it's likely the prices will rise as the event nears... this may cause a significant rise in the last week to two weeks leading up to the event. It could be sold out and still go down, or you get lucky and find a buy that is hot to sell some tickets and just drops the price to get rid of them...
There are other factors... Like I said, even if its sold out, the prices could still drop considerably... I have some Elton John tickets for sale that are in a sold out venue, but the prices keep dropping. However, I have Elton John tickets in the next city over, also sold out, and the ticket prices keep going up...
In sum, It's just really hard to predict the market. StubHub has some cool features, like price alerts that you can utilize. However, be quick if you do use price alerts because tickets sell quickly at good prices!
I hope this helps!
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