Ricky Martin Tickets on Secondary Market Averaging Over $200 as 'One World' Tour Winds Down

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It has been a massive year for Latin singer Ricky Martin, whose “One World” Tour has hit three different continents since beginning in October of 2014. Martin will play 20 more shows in the U.S. and Canada through the end of next month, and the singer is finding massive ticket demand on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Ricky Martin tickets is $208.15. The Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois will welcome the most expensive show on October 11. That show currently owns a secondary market ticket average of $301.76, 45% above tour average, and the get-in price is $35. It will be the only show that averages above $300 though several other shows will near that plateau, including stops at American Airlines Arena on October 24($298.61 avg.) and Comerica Theatre on September 26 ($247.02 avg.).

Conversely, an October 1 show at Laredo Energy Arena in Texas will be the most affordable gig with an average price of $105.95 and a $30 get-in price. Other cheapest-priced shows include October 21 at Durham Performing Arts Center ($112.33 avg./$39 get-in), October 18 at Mohegan Sun Arena ($116.44 avg./$28 get-in) and October 18 at Mohegan Sun Arena ($116.44 avg./$28 get-in).

Martin has been on the road in support of A Quien Quiera Escuchar, his tenth studio album that was released in February. The album debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard US Latin Pop Chart and US Top Latin Albums and sold 25,000 copies in the U.S. alone during its first week of sales. It is his first original album since 2007’s Música + Alma + Sexo, which has gone on to sell over 500,000 copies worldwide.

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