New Options for Ticket Buyers and Sellers TicketNetwork.com, the leading source for the ticket industry’s most comprehensive inventory, this week launched a newly designed...

New Options for Ticket Buyers and Sellers

TicketNetwork.com, the leading source for the ticket industry’s most comprehensive inventory, this week launched a newly designed website that will enable consumers and brokers to sell and buy tickets at the industry’s lowest prices. TicketNetwork.com provides customers access to over 4 million tickets to more than 93,000 events around the world. TicketNetwork is the parent company of TicketNews.

For ticket buyers, TicketNetwork.com offers a range of online features that make the process of buying tickets a seamless shopping experience. Consumers can search, browse and purchase tickets for highly sought-after events in various cities with ease.

Concerts, sports and theatre events are divided into separate categories and displayed on the TicketNetwork.com home page for expedited transactions. The website aggregates tickets from thousands of ticket brokers enabling consumers to purchase tickets at the lowest possible prices.

“The newly designed TicketNetwork.com Web site is an ideal online medium matching consumers and brokers selling extra tickets with buyers seeking tickets to popular events,” said Don Vaccaro, CEO, TicketNetwork.com. “Many tickets bought and sold on TicketNetwork.com are below face value, giving customers a solid cost advantage with every purchase.”

Brokers and consumers will find that with TicketNetwork’s easy-to-use software, Point-of-Sale 7.0, they can use the industry’s leading technology solution to sell their extra tickets online easily and efficiently. There is no fee to list tickets online and sellers will experience the following advantages:

— Access to TicketNetwork.com’s real-time inventory, allowing sellers to
sell tickets quickly for a profit.
— Seamless sale & purchase functionality — sell tickets in real-time!
— Ticket brokers will have direct contact with customers for market base
building purposes.
— The transaction fee for every ticket sold is only 18% of the sale
price — the ticket industry’s lowest.

TicketNetwork’s combination of expansive inventory with innovative software solutions provides both consumers and brokers the most seamless channel in which to buy and sell tickets in the secondary market. Vaccaro added, “Through TicketNetwork, ticket buyers and sellers gain a heightened advantage, finding the solutions they need at the most competitive prices the market has to offer.”