If someone wanted to see the Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking tour and only spend $11, then you’re in luck! As long as buyers are able to travel to certain locations where Clinton ticket sales have plummeted to $11, then they can get a cheap show for a night out.
Bill and Hillary are traveling around North America on a speaking tour and some ticket prices were as high as several $531. However, other locations have sunk to offering tickets for $11, quite a contrast in terms of popularity and demand.
“Seeing the duo at the Financial Centre in Sugar Land, Texas, on Dec. 4 runs anywhere from $11 to $80 depending on the seat quality. On resale sites, some sellers are asking for as much as $531 a ticket — although it’s unclear if they’ll be able to find a buyer at that price” according to the Daily Caller.
According to Ticketmaster, some of the highest prices for tickets to see “An Evening with the Clintons” are $2,000 which includes a VIP meet and greet at the Beacon Theatre in New York on April 11, 2019.
If that wasn’t bad enough, one show was selling last-minute tickets for under $7.00.
The first stop in the Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking tour had more open seats than a Marlins game in August. One ticket was going for $6.55 in the final minutes before the event and did not sell… pic.twitter.com/8U40rYsQhe
— Paul Sacca (@Paul_Sacca) November 28, 2018
“The first stop in the Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking tour had more open seats than a Marlins game in August. One ticket was going for $6.55 in the final minutes before the event and did not sell…”
People interested in attending the Bill and Hillary show might get lucky waiting to buy tickets at the last minute. There’s a good chance according to previous sales in which one arena had only filled 17% of the seats.
“According to National Review contributor Jonathon Van Maren, who attended the Toronto event, the arena was “nearly half empty.”
“When I showed up at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena at 7 p.m. sharp for ‘An Evening with the Clintons,’ there were still hundreds of vacant seats,” he reported Thursday.
“A half hour later when the 42nd president of the United States stepped out onto the stage with former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, the arena was still nearly half empty. And many (including me) were there only because the ticket prices had been slashed from their original $150 (U.S.) down to a mere $17 on some ticket sites by Tuesday morning.”
Judging by the low sale prices and inability to fill an arena, one might wonder why sales are so slow and low for the Clinton family who has been part of American politics for decades.
Perhaps when Hillary Clinton stated that America should be more like Canada, even though America’s economy is ranked #1 and Canada is #10.
“The former secretary of state went on to say that while Canada suffers from partisanship, its citizens “continue to fight against that and keep trying to bring the country together around common goals while maintaining your separate identities … seems to me to be the model that people are going to wake up and look for again.”
The next Evening with the Clintons is on April 13. They still have time to sell tickets before lowering the price to under $10.
That also means fans can buy their friends a ticket for April Fool’s Day.