Mötley Crüe Tickets To Last-Ever Show Now Under $30 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 12/29/15) A final farewell is in order for glam rock royalty Mötley Crüe this week, who play two more shows at Los Angeles' Staples Center through New Year's Eve before dropping the curtain on a decorated 34-year run. More than 80 million records sold and nearly four decades worth of excess have made the Crüe one of the most successful rock and roll bands of all time, and their final two gigs will be can't-miss events in the Los Angeles area.

Fortunately for fans, prices for Mötley Crüe tickets on the secondary market are relatively inexpensive. Check out a price breakdown of the band's final three shows at Staples Center below, according to data provided by TicketIQ:

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With the festivities kicking off last night, the opening gig at Staples Center has garnered the biggest ticket demand on the resale market. However, this should encourage fans to scoop up tickets on the cheap for band's final two gigs, which each own a get-in price under $30. How much are Mötley Crüe tickets for New Year's Eve? If looking just to get past the gates for the last-ever show, New Year's Eve Mötley Crüe tickets start from just $29.

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Mötley Crüe Take on Baltimore, Raleigh, Charlotte and Atlanta This Week as Final Tour Continues

(UPDATE 8/26/15) Mötley Crüe are trucking through their Final Tour, which continues in North America through the end of the year, and the seminal glam rockers are pulling out all the stops for their four remaining gigs this week. Vince Neil and Co. will hit Baltimore, Raleigh, Charlotte and Atlanta through Sunday, and Motley Crue tickets are still finding considerable demand on the secondary market.

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According to TicketIQ the average price for Mötley Crüe tickets over the band’s next three gigs is $215.91. That marks a 15.7% increase over the tour average of $197.33 across the final 34 dates remaining. The group will hit Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore tonight, followed by Raleigh’s PNC Arena Friday, Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte Saturday and Atlanta’s Philips Arena Sunday night.

The average secondary market price for Mötley Crüe tickets in Baltimore tonight is now $180 and the get-in price starts at $41. The PNC Arena gig Friday night owns a secondary average of $144.57 and a $31 get-in price. It is the Charlotte show that is boosting prices, however, as Mötley Crüe Charlotte tickets currently have a median price of $302.15 – the secondary most expensive show remaining behind an October 5stop at State Farm Arena ($336.02 avg./$101 get-in). The cheapest ticket for the Charlotte show is now $52. On Sunday,Mötley Crüe tickets in Atlanta average $176.57 and get-in price is $30.

The Final Tour continues through the end of December, culminating with three consecutive shows at the Staples Center in the band’s native Los Angeles.

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Toronto Most Expensive, Ottawa Least Expensive Stops This Week on Mötley Crüe ’s ‘Final’ Tour

(UPDATE 8/18/15)  Iconic glam rockers Mötley Crüe will play five shows across the U.S. and Canada this week. The band will play Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena tomorrow night, U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati Wednesday night, Indiana’s Bankers Life Fieldhouse Thursday and then head to Canada for shows at Air Canada Centre Saturday and Canadian Tire CentreSunday. Over that time, the average price for Mötley Crüe  tickets is $126.41 on the secondary market.

Vince Neil and Co. will make their most expensive stop this week at Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday. That show currently owns a secondary average of $153.71 and the get-in price is $41. The band’s show in Cleveland tomorrow night will be the second top-priced show, with a secondary ticket average of $146.20 and a $20 get-in price.

Sunday night’s show at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa will be the cheapest tour date this week. That show has a secondary ticket average of $77.53 and get-in price is $26. It will be the only show this week that averages below $100 on the secondary market. The second cheapest show comes on Wednesday at U.S. Bank Arena, where tickets average $101.71 and get-in price starts at $22.

The band will remain on the road through the end of December, making international stops in Mexico and Europe before wrapping with a three-show stay at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Mötley Crüe Rock the Northeast This Week, Tickets Averaging $120 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 8/11/15) Mötley Crüe continues its Final Tour with Alice Cooper in the Northeast this week. The glam rock outfit will touch down in Pennsylvania, New York and Massachusetts before winding down in Connecticut on Sunday. Over the five shows through the end of the week, the average secondary price for Mötley Crüe tickets on TicketIQ is $119.78.

The band will play the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania tonight. Tickets for the show currently average $249.64 and get-in price is $71 on the secondary market. Tomorrow night they’ll hit the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, where tickets average $139.49 and get-in price starts at $23.

Mötley Crüe will then head down to Philadelphia for a show at Wells Fargo Center on Friday. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $69.48 and the cheapest ticket is $14. On Saturday  they’ll play the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. Tickets average $132.46 and get-in price is $47. The band wraps its week at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on Sunday, where tickets own an average price of $134.98 and the cheapest ticket is $35.

The Final Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through December 31 and wraps with a landmark show in the band’s native Los Angeles at the Staples Center.

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Charlotte Most Expensive, Milwaukee Least Expensive Cities on Mötley Crüe ‘Final’ Tour

(UPDATE 8/6/15) It has been a sendoff fit for a king as seminal glam rock band Mötley Crüe continues along its Final Tour through North America. The band is slated to play 48 more shows in North America through the end of the year, wrapping with a trio of shows in their native Los Angeles at the Staples Center. Ticket demand is remaining firm on the secondary market as well, with Mötley Crüe tickets averaging $174.65 over the band’s final four months on the road.

It’s easy to believe that the Crue’s final show on New Year’s Eve at the Staples Center will be their most expensive, but it is an August 29 show at Time Warner Cable Arena that will take that honor instead. Mötley Crüe tickets at Time Warner Cable Arena currently average $294.14, 68.4% above tour average, and the cheapest ticket available is $55.55. The New Year’s Eve gig owns a secondary ticket average of $253.61 and get-in price starts at $56.

Several other shows also have an average above $200 on the secondary market. Those include August 11 at Giant Center ($238.94 avg./$55 get-in), October 17 at Verizon Wireless Arena ($234.44 avg./$82 get-in), December 27 at MGM Grand Garden Arena ($229.10 avg./$27 get-in) and September 4 at Smoothie King Arena ($224.72 avg./$29 get-in).

The BMO Harris Bradley Center welcomes Mötley Crüe’s cheapest show on August 7. That show has a current secondary ticket average of $75.03 and the get-in price starts at $15. Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center will be the second cheapest date remaining on August 14, where tickets average $75.74 and the get-in price is $15.

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Now on Tour, Motley Crüe Tickets Averaging $173 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 7/29/15) Last week Mötley Crüe began their massive Final Tour across North America. The iconic glam band will play 51 dates through the end of the year, including three consecutive shows at the Staples Center in their native Los Angeles in December. Ticket demand continues to shine on the secondary market, too, as Motley Crue tickets over the band’s remaining dates average $173.33.

It comes as no surprise that the group’s New Year’s Eve show at Staples Center is among the most expensive shows of the Final Tour. However, it is an August 29 show at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte that is garnering the most expensive tickets. According to TicketIQ the average secondary price for Motley Crue Charlotte tickets is $277.65 and the get-in price starts at $40. New Year’s Eve Motley Crue tickets average $243.19 and get-in price is $54.

Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center will welcome the cheapest show on August 14. Tickets to the gig currently average $95.01 and get-in price is $16. Only one other show will average below $100 – August  23 at Canadian Tire Centre ($98.19 avg./$30 get-in).

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Mötley Crüe Launch Final Tour in North America this Week

(UPDATE 7/21/15) 7/20/15) Glam rock icons Mötley Crüe will hit the road for their Final Tour beginning this week. 56 shows are scheduled between July 22 and December 31 and the tour will wrap with a hometown gig at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Ticket demand appears to still be high on the secondary market, too, as Mötley Crüe tickets currently average at $178.97 over the 56-show affair across the continent.

The Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania welcomes the most expensive show of tour on August 11.Mötley Crüe Hershey tickets own a secondary average of $256.27 and the get-in price is $58. Other top-priced stops include the farewell gig on December 31 in Los Angeles ($244.56 avg./$54 get-in), October 17 at Verizon Wireless Arena in New Hampshire ($235.40 avg./$82 get-in) and December 10 at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon ($229.70 avg./$34 get-in).

Mötley Crüe’s cheapest tour date will be its first tomorrow night at the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon. Tickets to the show currently average $92.03 and the cheapest ticket available is $40. It will be the only show of tour that averages below $100 on the secondary market. An October 14 stop at First Niagara Center is the second least expensive show, with tickets averaging $102.15 and get-in price starting at $25.

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Mötley Crüe Adds More North American Dates to "Final Tour"

(UPDATE 4/17/15) With the Final Tour set to launch in just under three weeks, Motley Crue has announced additional North American tour dates in October and December. The iconic glam band will play 21 more shows over the two months, bringing the grand total of U.S. and Canadian dates to 56.

The quartet will now also hit smaller market cities, including stops in Little Rock, Grand Rapids, Buffalo, Lincoln, Calgary and Portland. Three consecutive hometown shows at the Staples Center in December still round off the tour, with the band playing the venue on December 28, 30 and 31.

Check out the complete list of North American Motley Crue tour dates below. All newly added dates are listed in bold.

Mötley Crüe 2015 North American Tour Dates

July 22 - Eugene, OR @ Matthew Knight Arena
July 24 - Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
July 26 - Billings, MT @ Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
July 28 - Boise, ID @ Taco Bell Arena
July 29 - Salt Lake City, UT @ EnergySolutions Arena
July 31 - Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
August 3 - Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
August 5 - St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
August 7 - Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Harris Bradley Center
August 8 - Chicago, IL @ Allstate Arena
August 9 - Detroit, MI @ The Palace of Auburn Hills
August 11 - Hershey, PA @ Giant Center
August 12 - New York, NY @ Barclays Center
August 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
August 15 - Worcester, MA @ DCU Center
August 16 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
August 18 - Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena
August 19 - Cincinnati, OH @ U.S. Bank Arena
August 20 - Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse
August 22 - Toronto, ON @Air Canada Centre
August 23- Ottawa, ON @ Canadian Tire Centre
August 24 - Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
August 26 - Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena
August 28 - Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
August 29 - Charlotte, NC @ Time Warner Cable Arena
August 30 - Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
September 2 - Miami, FL @ American Airlines Arena
September 4 - New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
September 5- Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
September 6 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome
September 8 - Monterrey, NL @ Arena Monterrey
September 10 - Mexico City, DF @ Arena Ciudad de Mexico
October 5 - Hidalgo, TX @ State Farm Arena
October 7 - Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
October 8 - Little Rock, AR @ Verizon Arena
October 10 - Evansville, IN @ The Ford Center
October 11 - Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
October 13 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
October 14 - Buffalo, NY @ First Niagra Center
October 16 - Bridgeport, CT @ Webster Bank Arena
October 17 - Manchester, NH @ Verizon Wireless Arena
October 18 - Bangor, ME @ Cross Insurance Center
December 4 - Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
December 7 - Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Premier Center
December 8 - Grand Forks, ND @ Alerus Center
December 10 - Saskatoon, SA @ SaskTel Centre
December 12 - Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
December 13 - Calgary, AB @ ScotiaBank Saddledome
December 15 - Portland, OR @ Moda Center
December 19 - Phoenix, AZ @ U.S. Airways Center
December 20 - San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena
December 22 - Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
December 27 - Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Arena
December 28 - Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
December 30 - Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
December 31 - Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center

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Mötley Crüe Announces 'Final' North American Tour Dates"

(UPDATE 1/20/15) It’s been quite the ride for West Hollywood royalty Motley Crue, but all good things must end. The band has officially announced its final North American dates, which will run through the U.S. and Canada from July to December of this year.

The group will begin its last leg of touring at the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon on July 22 and will play 33 dates through New Year’s Eve, where they conclude in their native Los Angeles at the Staples Center.

The band first formed in 1981 and has released nine studio albums to date and their latest was 2008’s Saints of Los Angeles. With their Motley Crue Final Tour, the quartet will cap a career that has spawned 30 singles and more than 50 million records sold worldwide, with half of those records being sold in the United States alone.

Motley Crue announced its intentions to play one final tour last year when they signed a Cessation of Touring Agreement. Over this summer, fall and winter, they’ll hit major cities across the continent, including New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Houston and Los Angeles.

Below is the complete list of dates on the upcoming Motley Crue Final Tour later this year. Be sure to check back for more tour announcements as the tour draws closer.

The 2015 Motley Crue "Final Tour" Last Leg of Dates:

7/22/15 – Eugene, OR – Matthew Knight Arena
7/24/15 – Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome
7/26/15 – Billings, MT – Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
7/28/15 – Boise, ID – Taco Bell Arena
7/29/15 – Salt Lake City, UT – EnergySolutions Arena
7/31/15 – Denver – Pepsi Center
8/3/15 – Winnipeg, MB – MTS Centre
8/5/15 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
8/7/15 – Milwaukee – BMO Harris Bradley Center
8/8/15 – Chicago – Allstate Arena
8/9/15 – Detroit – The Palace of Auburn Hills
8/11/15 – Hershey, PA – Giant Center
8/12/15 – New York – Barclays Center
8/14/15 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
8/15/15 – Worcester, MA – DCU Center
8/16/15 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
8/18/15 – Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena
8/19/15 – Cincinnati – U.S. Bank Arena
8/20/15 – Indianapolis – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
8/22/15 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre
8/23/15 – Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre
8/24/15 – Montreal – Bell Centre
8/26/15 – Baltimore – Royal Farms Arena
8/28/15 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena
8/29/15 – Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena
8/30/15 – Atlanta – Philips Arena
9/2/15 – Miami – American Airlines Arena
9/4/15 – New Orleans – Smoothie King Center
9/5/15 – Houston – Toyota Center
9/6/15 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
9/8/15 – Monterrey, NL – Arena Monterrey
9/10/15 – Mexico City, DF – Arena Ciudad de Mexico
12/31/15 – Los Angeles – Staples Center

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