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ScoreBig.com Announces First “Scoring Big in America” Report Highlighting Cities with the Best Entertainment Value

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"Scoring Big in America" Report

the United States April 2012

  • Value
  • Demand
  • Variety

ScoreBig.com plans to continue to research and measure entertainment value across America and will issue the "Scoring Big in America" Report each quarter with the next one slated for September.

The "It" List for Entertainment Value

Los Angeles Los Angeles May 30 Van Halen June 9 June 22 Los Angeles Washington, DC May 25 June 2 New York June 24 June 29

San Francisco Chicago Atlanta Boston Denver Dallas Kansas City Kansas City Paris Kansas City

According to the ScoreBig.com "Scoring Big in America" Report, the top 10 U.S. places for value entertainment this quarter include:

Rank/City

Overall Rating    

Highest Scoring Category

1.       Los Angeles     

923

Demand

2.       Washington, DC             

899

Variety

3.       New York                               

898

Variety

4.       San Francisco                         

808

Variety

5.       Chicago                     

792

Demand

6.       Atlanta                         

742

Variety

7.       Boston                    

724

Variety

8.       Denver                  

723

Demand

9.       Dallas                    

666

Value

10.    Kansas City               

652

Value

ScoreBig.com has offered consumers immediate access to millions of tickets to sports, concert and theater events across the U.S.  ScoreBig.com works directly with venues, teams and ticket providers nationwide to offer great seats ranging from the floor to the rafters, all below retail price and without any fees. 

www.ScoreBig.com

About  ScoreBig.com

ScoreBig.com Los Angeles, California

Value Index Methodology

The Value Index is calculated using the data ScoreBig has compiled on millions of tickets for events across the US.  We use a combination of our own purchase data and the trends we see on the overall secondary (resale) market to determine the values for each index component.  We work to balance in our analysis the requirements of there being a wide selection (Variety) of events people want to see (Demand) at good prices (Value).


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SOURCE ScoreBig.com

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