If your favorite artist is going on a concert tour and you can’t miss it, you should know that you don’t have to pay the first price they give you; there are many ways to find the entrance to a cheaper amount. Keep reading!
- Keep trying
Well, often advice! Mind you, this is no-nonsense. If the tickets have just been sold and are already sold out, do not close the window, because there is still hope. The “quicksils” that have left us without entry are still in the process of completing their purchase. And that process can often be interrupted or canceled for several reasons.
There are people who regret seeing the final added expenses, others fail the credit card, and sometimes even the connection fails in the middle of the purchase process. Conclusion: they do not complete the purchase, and leave a free entry. If we are persistent and continue to reload the page every few seconds, we can find a pleasant surprise. So you know, load and load the page for two or three minutes, before giving up.
- Wait for a second shipment
When the demand greatly exceeds the number of tickets that have been put up for sale, the developer takes note. They want to continue doing business, so it is easy for them to add a second date. Simply, you have to be attentive. It is advisable to follow the promoter of the concert on Twitter to be the first to find out if more dates are added in our city. Following the band in question on Twitter is also important for the same reason; Many times they are the first to announce additional dates.
But even if new dates are not added, new ticket offers are sometimes made, after the initial sale has been closed. This may be due to an increase in capacity, by releasing locations initially reserved for VIPs or for the promoter, etc. The important thing is to know that these “late” offers of tickets are usually quite limited, and sometimes they are exceptionally good tickets (first rows), and without prohibitive prices. We must always be attentive. Until the day of the concert, there is hope.
- Control the secondary market
Most of us are reluctant to the secondary or second-hand market, because of the very high prices that we usually find first-hand, when the initial tickets have been sold out. As in the previous steps, do not despair. The secondary market is that, a market, and therefore is subject to price increases and decreases. If certain tickets are not placed at a certain price, after a while they will go down and you will find cheap concert tickets.
There are people who distrust the security of the transaction, especially on sites like eBay. If you are going to buy on eBay, the fundamental factor to consider is the previous reputation of the seller, which is something that can be easily consulted.
- Feel comfortable going alone!
A few days before the event and you don’t know whether to attend or not, because your friends can’t or won’t decide. It is very likely that if this happens to you, you will no longer find tickets.
- Make sure there is a guarantee
Check that when you make a purchase with a secondary supplier, it gives you the protection you need to make the transaction in a safe and transparent way. That is, check very well that it gives you guarantees of reimbursement, the above is in case the seller wants to make a bad play. In this way, the company is responsible for finding replacement tickets in the event that incidents are verified or for a full refund when this is not possible.
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