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Here’s why Jazz season ticket prices are going up next year | Deseret News

Here’s why Jazz season ticket prices are going up next year | Deseret News

The Jazz’s annual season-ticket renewal process tipped off Wednesday, and the franchise updated most prices to reflect market value for the 18,306 seats at Vivint Arena. “We are always sensitive to price increases and having Jazz games remain affordable and accessible for our fans,” Jazz president Steve Starks said. “We’re fortunate to have great interest […]

Utah Jazz Season Ticket Holders reporting price increases of up to 150% | SLC Dunk

Utah Jazz Season Ticket Holders reporting price increases of up to 150% | SLC Dunk

While it is true that Utah’s affordability for season tickets and tickets in general is one of the best in the league, that doesn’t make the price increase any better. If anything this increases the sea level and makes all the boats (NBA tickets around the league) rise. Eliminating one of the NBA’s best deals […]

GUTS Tickets: Use dynamic pricing to raise funds for charity | IQ Magazine

GUTS Tickets: Use dynamic pricing to raise funds for charity | IQ Magazine

Dutch blockchain ticketer GUTS Tickets has come up with a novel use case for its dynamic pricing solution: curing cancer. In a blog post entitled Sell tickets — cure cancer (Or save the world in a different way), GUTS community manager Olivier Biggs posits that dynamically pricing tickets – the practice, common in the hospitality and travel […]

Traveler’s View – Things We’d Like To See In 2019 For The National Park System | National Parks Traveler

Traveler’s View – Things We’d Like To See In 2019 For The National Park System | National Parks Traveler

Here’s a shortlist of the things we’d like to see sweep across the National Park System this year. 1. Reinstate the National Park Service’s budget ASAP. Remove the National Park Service from the partial government shutdown. Let maintenance crews get back to keeping the parks clean, put staff in entrance stations to collect fees, and […]

Cathay Pacific Accidentally Sold $16,000 Seats for $675 | Time

Cathay Pacific Accidentally Sold $16,000 Seats for $675 | Time

All eyes are on Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. as it decides what to do with the tickets that it appeared to have sold in error at a fraction of their prices. Asia’s biggest international carrier sold business-class tickets from Vietnam to Canada and the U.S. at economy prices earlier this week, according to bloggers. Return […]

Cathay Pacific to honour $16,000 fares sold for $675 | BBC News

Cathay Pacific to honour $16,000 fares sold for $675 | BBC News

Cathay Pacific has said it will honour first-class and business-class tickets that it sold to some lucky passengers for a fraction of the usual price. The Hong Kong-based airline mistakenly sold business-class seats on August flights from Vietnam to New York for about $675 return. Prices on the same route in July and September cost […]

Webinar: Pricing in New Product Development – From Afterthought to Integral Part of the Process | PriceBeam

Webinar: Pricing in New Product Development – From Afterthought to Integral Part of the Process | PriceBeam

This webinar looks at how pricing can and should play a more integral role in New Product Development (NPD) instead of being an afterthought once the product is already designed and produced. Participants and viewers will learn about: How to use pricing and willingness-to-pay research to create new products or services that have higher success […]

7 Easy Steps to Successfully Increase Prices (eBook) | PriceBeam

7 Easy Steps to Successfully Increase Prices (eBook) | PriceBeam

Managing price increases is not always easy. Nor is it to determine how much to increase prices with. This ebook from PriceBeam provides readers with 7 easy steps to successfully increase prices. In this book you will learn: How price research will help with the justification of the increase by looking at the needs of […]

Pricing policy that makes airlines lose too much money is a problem: IATA chief | Times of India

Pricing policy that makes airlines lose too much money is a problem: IATA chief | Times of India

GENEVA: Competitive air ticket prices are a strong stimulator for demand in India but a pricing policy that makes airlines lose too much money is a problem, according to IATA chief Alexandre de Juniac. India is the world’s fastest growing domestic aviation market and has registered double-digit passenger growth for 50 straight months in October. […]

On-Demand Value-based Pricing Research with PriceBeam

On-Demand Value-based Pricing Research with PriceBeam

Pricing, Marketing, and Finance teams struggle to capture fresh, reliable, and actionable willingness to pay data. PriceBeam provides self-service market research to companies of all sizes that quickly, accurately, and affordably discovers customers’ willingness to pay for any product or service so you can optimize prices for all market segments GLOBALLY.  Responses in as little as […]