The Indianapolis Colts sold out their regular season ticket allotment some time ago, but ticket resellers say the team’s lackluster season-opening performance and the injury to star quarterback Peyton Manning has led to much more selling than buying. Mike Peduto with Circle City Tickets said the system is built on supply and demand.
“We’re going to adjust our price based on what the market will bear,” Peduto said. “We’re going to adjust our price down now, and we have because we’re not selling as many as we’d like and in recognition that the game [Sunday] wasn’t the kind of game that’s gonna get fans excited to come out.”
Peduto said tickets are now available at or below face value.