2015 Penn Relays Tickets Are Averaging $103 On The Secondary Market

April 7, 2015

With April here, so comes the United States oldest and largest track & field competitions, the Penn Relays.  Started in 1895 at Franklin Fields on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, the Penn Relays showcase some of the best athletes from elementary school all the way up to the college level.  Even with some of the best athletes and competition in track & field the prices for this event are extremely reasonable.




The average resale Penn Relays ticket price for the Saturday events are currently $103.93, with a get in of $84.  The current price for this event falls into the range seen over the last three Penn Relays of between $81 and $108. Over the 120 years of this event many records have been broken in non-recognized events and also one world record, so there is very good chance to catch history occur upon attending.
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With the 2016 Summer Olympic games set for Rio De Janiero, Brazil, it is some what surprising that prices for the Penn Relays are not higher with the possibility of seeing a future star there.  On the other hand this is a great opportunity, at a great price to see the future of track and field live.  So if you are free the weekend of April 25th, pick up some Penn Relays tickets and head down to Franklin Fields, you might catch a glimpse at the next Olympic star.