December 8, 2006 Sean Burns
Unorthodox Las Vegas ticket seller Tix4Tonight continues to set monthly revenue records for the 7th time this year. Tix4Tonight CEO Mitch Francis attributes the latest accolade to an, “increased show list and expanding consumer awareness of [their] offerings.”
Since emerging on the Las Vegas ticket scene, Tix4Tonight has had a meteoric ascension, largely in part to their unique approach and adaptive business practices. Ignoring the old model of buy low, sell high, Tix4Tonight sells tickets at half the box office price for events taking place that day. This simple stratagem is paying large dividends and Tix4Tonight has recently expanded their Vegas show offerings to include half price dinner entrées and discounted golf reservations.
In a recent press release, Tix4Tonight announced that they “exceeded its previous all-time monthly sales record in dollar value of ticket sales by $242,000 in November 2006. The Company realized a 157% increase in dollar volume of ticket sales for November 2006 to $2,669,000, as compared to $1,038,000 for November 2005. Tix4Tonight’s 2006 year-to-date ticket sale revenue for the period January 1, 2006 through November 30, 2006 has increased by 127% over the comparable period in 2005.”
As Tix4Tonight continues to expand its offerings and refine its services, expect more record months in the coming future.
For more information about Tix4Tonight, or its parent company Tix Corporation visit www.tix4tonight.com or view TicketNews.com’s past coverage Tix Corporation to Tackle Tee Times in Las Vegas and Stock Sees 1300% Increase, Ticket Prices See 50% Decrease.