Due to the pandemic and the presence of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing in their home venue, the ticket resale market for Super Bowl LV is experiencing a series of unprecedented anomalies. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.

Increased supply changes market, but pricing remains at historic levels

Buccaneers' presence in title game, attendance restrictions fuel unprecedented pricing

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Ticket resale market prices rise for MLB championship event

After a delicate summer where the National Football League was merely trying to stage a 2020 season at all amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a fast-growing number of teams are now embracing a return of attending fans to their stadiums.

Sports are beginning to make their comeback from Covid-19, but generally with empty stadiums or with highly limited attendance, accelerating historic shifts for an already-battered ticket resale industry. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.