By Nick Oza / Business InsiderThe 2016 presidential election could be the most expensive in U.S. history.
The 2016 election was already a record in terms of both cost and number of tickets sold, with the presidential race being sold out in some venues, including the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The Staples Center’s opening weekend alone was estimated to be over $150 million.
While the record was only broken once in American history, it could easily be set again, if Trump wins the presidency.
A few months before the election, the price of tickets was already out of control.
For example, on Nov. 3, tickets for the Super Bowl alone sold out within minutes of going on sale.
Tickets for the NBA’s game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Minnesota Timberwolves sold out just minutes after going on market.
Tickets for the NCAA Men’s Final Four sold out a little over 24 hours after going up for sale.
The NBA announced in February that the league would only allow one single-game ticket to be sold for the entire 2016 season, so the record could be broken again.
Tickets that had already been sold could be resold, but only at prices significantly lower than those in the record-setting previous year.
Tickets that had been sold in a single night could be sold again in a second night, and prices would be lower.
In order to break the record, Trump would need to win the presidency, which means tickets for an NBA game could be resale for $40 and the NCAA Final Four could sell for $70.
Tickets are usually sold for $10 and $20.
But because of the high demand and record-high prices, it’s estimated that a single-ticket-sold price for the 2016 presidential campaign could be around $150.
That’s less than half of the record price for Super Bowl tickets in 2017.
Tickets could be offered for as little as $15, which is more than $100 cheaper than last year’s prices, according to TicketIQ.
Tickets sold out quickly in the days leading up to the election.
Tickets sold out by Friday were selling out in a matter of minutes.
There was no warning at all.
It was like people were not waiting to buy tickets until they were sold out.
We don’t know how many tickets Trump will sell out, but we do know that it could be a lot.
The average ticket price in the United States in 2016 was $2,076, according in a new report by the Washington Post.
That is a 30% drop from the previous year, when tickets were selling for $2.27 million.
The Washington Post also said that there were 5 million more people watching the 2016 Super Bowl than in 2016.
Trump could be using this to his advantage, as ticket sales could be very lucrative.
If he sells out the Super