2015 Pan Am Games Tickets in Toronto Are Averaging $389 On Secondary Market
Starting on July 10, the Pan Am Games will begin in Toronto, Canada. The Games, which will host nearly 50 events will hold its Opening Ceremonies at the Rogers Centre. As with many events, Pan Am Opening Ceremony tickets will be expensive on the secondary market. The Friday night festivities currently has an average price of $433.39 with a get-in price of $183.
Included in the nearly 50 events will be sports such as archery, bowling, cycling, basketball and football. The most expensive of the bunch on the secondary market is artistic gymnastics at Ricoh Coliseum. Gymnastics will take place on the first five days of the games, starting with men’s team qualifications and Final on Saturday, July 11. The following day will see the women’s team competitions. Monday will see both the men’s and women’s all-around, before the event finals start on Tuesday, July 14. The first day of event finals, which includes floor, pommel horse and rings for the men and vault and bars for the women is the most expensive session of the entire Pan Am Games. Event Finals tickets have an average price of $530.60 and a get-in price of $344. The previous days All-Around Finals is the second most expensive session.
The next most expensive sport will be boxing, which will be held at General Motors Centre. Boxing will take place from July 18 to July 25 with medals in every division for both men and women on the last two days. Pan Am Boxing tickets have an average price of $477.25 and a get-in price of $344.
Closing Ceremonies will be held on July 26, again at Rogers Centre. Pan Am Closing Ceremonies tickets will be even more expensive than the Opening Ceremonies with an average price of $498 and a get-in price of $234.