Have extra tickets? TicketNetwork.com, a major ticket resale site, has re-launched its consumer ticket-selling program. Here, consumers can create a free account to sell...

Have extra tickets?

TicketNetwork.com, a major ticket resale site, has re-launched its consumer ticket-selling program. Here, consumers can create a free account to sell their extra or otherwise unwanted tickets to concerts, theater, and sports events.

In contrast to the advanced program for professional ticket-selling companies, for which TicketNetwork is well-known, consumer sellers do not need to pay for the opportunity to list tickets, or download software to do it. Listing tickets is a simple process that can be done by anyone, quickly and easily. Sellers simply describe and price their tickets on one easy page, and tickets are listed instantaneously. Once tickets sell, the seller pays only 10% of the ticket price in commission, the lowest rate among professional ticket-reselling websites.

Tickets get great exposure to countless potential buyers, because they are not only posted on TicketNetwork.com, but also publicized to companies that buy tickets for a living, and displayed on over 400 ticketing websites, including some in Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese.

Part of the consumer selling service is personalized attention from a special team of dedicated representatives focused solely on consumer sellers and their needs. Sellers can be assured that they will receive timely and personal answers to their questions and concerns.

The ticket selling process is as follows:
1) You create a free account on TicketNetwork.com by filling out basic personal information and supplying a valid credit card.
2) You receive an email with a link in it so you can verify the email address on your account.
3) You click on the link and are directed to the homepage of your seller account, where you can begin to list tickets!
4) You list tickets by going to the Ticket Manager, choosing an event, inputting ticket information, and – BAM – tickets are immediately listed.
5) You are emailed if someone places an order for your tickets. You have 48 hours to Accept or Reject the order or else the sale will automatically be rejected.
6) You sign into your account and Accept the order.
7) You print out a pre-paid FedEx label.
8) You put your tickets in a FedEx Express envelope and drop off the package with FedEx.

People with excess tickets should check out TicketNetwork.com’s consumer selling program. It’s a great way to make money off of tickets you aren’t going to use, and help send someone to an event they want to see.

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