Cheapest Concert Tickets on the Market!
Why Buy Concert Tickets from us?
- Largest selection of Concert tickets
- We have more Ticket Locations than the Competition
- 100% Common Sense Guarantee on ALL Tickets
- Super Low Prices on Concert Tickets
- We offer Concert VIP Packages
- Interactive Seating Chart
- Smooth Hassle Free Transaction
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Where to Buy Cheap Concert Tickets?
If you are looking for cheap concert tickets, you are in the right place! We offer some of the best-priced concert tickets online. Take a look at the listings above and see what you find. In our inventory, you will find all types of tickets like Front row, General Admission, Meet & Greet, Upper-Level, Lower-Level, and many other types of concert tickets. We obtain our tickets from ticket brokers, season ticket holders, fans, corporations, and event promoters... not to mention being tapped into a few of the largest ticket agencies online. We have a smaller markup than the competition, price us out and see what you find. You can Email us at email@example.com for more help.
When will I Receive my Concert Tickets?
E-Tix / Electronic Tickets - 99% of the Time Instantly. Sometimes the promoter waits to issue some tickets, this is typically the case with high-end tickets.
Paper Tickets - These are the good ol fashion hard tickets that get pinned on memory boards or stuck in a sock drawer. These can usually ship immediately and can be to you as fast as the shipping you select.
Will Call Tickets - These tickets you will be able to pick up within 3 hours of the show with your ID. This is very easy to do... except if you show up 10 mins before the show when the lines are at their longest. Sometimes you can pick these up off-site or in front of the venue for easy pickup.
VIP Tickets - Vip Tickets can come from a variety of sources from the Fan Club to Ticketmaster Platnum Seats and more. usually, these are hard tickets, but more and more often these are E-tix. So it is hard to forecast, it really depends on your seats. But hard tickets can usually ship immediately and can be to you as fast as the shipping you select.
Suite Tickets - These tickets usually come from season ticket holders, sponsors, suite holders, box holders, skybox holders, and other VIP sources. We see a 70/30 split eTix to hard tix. These typically come with parking passes and some even include access to the VIP club and in some not too often cases include food and drinks.
Meet and Greet Tickets - These remarkably rare tickets are a wildcard, sometimes you need to be contacted, sometimes they leave the tickets at will call, whatever it is you will know weeks ahead of time.
Backstage Tickets - Similar to meet and greets, obtaining these is also unique, it usually has you going to the official box office to get credentials.
How to Buy Front Row Concert Tickets?
When looking for front row concert tickets there are a few things that you must do. First, you need to see which row the actual front row is, sometimes they move it back a few rows to make way for equipment, cameras, or layout changes... so row 1 might actually be row 4. Next, we would recommend looking to see if there are Concert VIP packages available on the VIP Packages tab, these packages often include seats in the front 10 rows and parking passes. Finding front row tickets can be very challenging and expensive, consider looking for front row seats on the side instead, or perhaps first-row on the second level. We find that front row tickets no matter where they are give you lots of room, good views, and a great experience.
How early should I arrive at the Concert?
We would recommend arriving there 1 hour prior to the start. Some say that might be too early, we beg to differ, here are a few reasons why. The extra time can be a lifesaver if there is an unknown accident on your route. Sometimes there are events outside of a %Performer% event, that will give you more time to enjoy. Some events are very popular and the lines for team or concert merch, beer, and the bathroom get long, that extra time could be used for that and to get you back into your seats in time for %Performer% to start. The tailgater in us wants to tell you to go 3 hours early, set up a barbeque, and tailgate with friends... but not all venues allow it (you'd have to look it up).
FAQs for Getting the Best Concert Tickets
How to Get Front Row and Meet & Greet Tickets?
This has got to be the concert tickets equivalent of summiting Mt Everest! Good News is that there have been over 10k summits... so you've got a chance. Here is how we know how to get front-row tickets.
- Check listings above Frequently, be sure to look in the packages and listings as well
- Join the Performers Fanclub, wait for the next concert announcement, they sometimes have Fanclub exclusive seats.
- Check local radio stations to see if tickets are being given away.
- Sign up for Performer alerts on Ticketmaster or Livenation. Wait for the presale email and try to buy a premium package on day one of the presale.
How to find the Best Concert Tickets
There is no one answer to this question, and truthfully this is one of those things that will make or break that concert for you. So Choose Wisely. For easy understanding, we will break this into 3 categories. The Best, The Lowest, and the Sweetspots
The Best Place
....to Sit at a Concert really depends on the setup and the event. In General, if we were to pick an overall good location. We would rank them in this order: Front Row, Stage Front (center...ish) first 15 rows, side stage first 10 Rows, Lower Level Side Stage Row 1, & Luxury Suites.
...Prices Tickets aren't always bad. There are plenty of events that have a general admission section or lawn, either can work out phenomenally. Usually, the Gen Adm section is in front of the stage, which means that you can potentially be a front row if you really wanted to... you just got to get there early (be sure to...buy beers and use the restroom early). Lawn seats can bring friends close and sometimes strangers closer... but in a cool way, Make friends.
... can be found easily if you just follow the following directions. When you are looking for the perfect seats... miracles can happen we have seen them! First off, know that tickets are listed and sold every day, so checking back helps a lot. To find a concert sweet spot you got to do a little looking, you are looking for abnormalities. Styles may vary, but we start with the packages (tab top right above listings) to see what is included with each. Some can be as simple as a ticket and a parking pass or as inclusive as front row seats and a meet and greet. Look see what is there. Then move onto the closest sections to the stage looking for low row seats. After you have checked the closest on the floor level then move to the next level up, Look for low row seats. Pay attention to seat number (if listed) as it will let you know what side you will be on. Look for tickets that are out of line with the other ticket prices. Ticket Abnormalities People!
How are you able to offer the Cheapest Tickets for Concerts?
Put simply, we take a much smaller commission than the other companies. We are not trying to get rich off of a couple of tickets for Concerts. We know that if we offer a great deal, stress-free buying experience, and Guarantee Everything.... people will come back again and again.
How are you able to offer the Best Ticket Locations for Concerts?
Our site is made up of a variety of types of ticket sources, each providing a particular benefit to our clients. Some of these sources of tickets for Concerts would include Concerts Ticket Brokers, Concerts Ticket Agencies, VIP Agencies, Individual Fans from Livenation and Ticketmaster, Concerts Promoters, and directly from Concerts Venues. Having different pools of tickets brings in pockets of different types of tickets, different prices... and different locations. Sometimes tickets are shown (Front Row, VIP, Meet & Greet) that you can't even buy on the original market.
Do you Sell More than just Tickets for Concerts?
YES! We sell tickets for all types of sports, concerts, and theater events. Including NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NCAA, and major sporting events like the Superbowl.