Joel Osteen Tickets Are Averaging $55 On The Secondary Market

Over the past several years, celebrity preacher Joel Osteen, has taken his sermons on the road beyond his Lakewood church to arenas and large venues throughout the United States.  His strong following at his church and on TV has translated to sold out sermons at some of the most established venues, such as, Yankee Stadium and Staples Center. Maybe surprising to some, there is also a large resale market for Joel Osteen.

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Joel Osteen tickets on the resale market vary in price from venue to venue.  His upcoming sermon on April 24th at the BOK Center is the 3rd cheapest in terms of average price, that TicketIQ.com has tracked since 2011.  Below take a look at the Cheapest Joel Osteen tickets by average price (get in):
  • May 18th, 2012: $30.01 ($10)
  • December 5th, 2014: $36.26 ($27)
  • April 24th, 2015: $44.87 ($13)

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Although some of these sermons that are reasonable in price on the resale market, there have also been some that have commanded top dollar on the resale market.  The most expensive Joel Osteen event occurred this march at the Staples Center, with a get in price of over $100. Below are some of the most expensive Joel Osteen dates we have tracked:
  • March 13th, 2015: $245.34 ($107)
  • September 28th, 2012: $117.12 ($37)
  • October 26th, 2012: $110.06 ($35)
Although Joel Osteen seems like a person you wouldn't talk about when discussing the resale ticket market, he has been a force in the religious event space for several years now.  Based on the data on the resale market and the fact that many of the shows are sold out on the primary market, it doesn't seem like this Osteen roadshow will end anytime soon.  So, the next time you miss out on Joel Osteen tickets via the box office, be sure to check out the secondary market, you might just get a great deal.

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