Ticket Summit 2019 Prices Jump to $849 at Midnight Ticket Summit 2019 Prices Jump to $849 at Midnight
Friday is the last day to catch the best rate for an all-access pass to Ticket Summit, as prices jump to $849 when the... Ticket Summit 2019 Prices Jump to $849 at Midnight

Friday is the last day to catch the best rate for an all-access pass to Ticket Summit, as prices jump to $849 when the clock chimes 12 – with another $50 increase for those who hold out to register at the event, which begins on July 8 at the Bellagio. Passes are currently available at the Ticket Summit website for $799, with an additional $50 off by using code TS2019 at checkout, according to Ticket Summit organizers.

“After record attendance at least year’s Ticket Summit, we’re in the final stretch of putting together another fantastic show for our guests,” says Ticket Summit Executive Director Allison Simoes. “Prices only go up in the final few days, so if you’ve been on the fence, there’s no better time to buy your passes.”

The annual trade show for ticketing and live entertainment gets underway on Monday afternoon, just over a week from now. The annual networking cocktail hour runs from 4-6PM on July 8, followed by two days of networking and learning opportunities from industry thought leaders (and the usual Las Vegas shenanigans, for those into such things.

Tuesday’s slate includes the opening “broker legends” panel, featuring some of the longest tenured and most successful ticket brokers in the business, moderated by Don Vaccaro of TicketNetwork. A look at some of the newest exchanges in the ever-changing ticket resale business continues the day, while the annual panel on the myriad legislative issues facing the ticketing world comes in after the lunch break. Tuesday closes with Broker Genius’ Ticket Trivia panel, where attendees will get to compete against each other and win prizes if they are on top of their ticket data game.

Wednesday opens with the INTIX-sponsored Price Me Right panel on the ever-changing best practices in event pricing, followed by a panel looking at all of the best and brightest ticket-buying tools in the marketplace. After lunch, the sports and entertainment trends are the focus of the penultimate panel of the show, followed by the annual closing keynote on the secondary ticket industry.

Throughout the show, the trade show hall will be open with demonstrations and face-to-face meeting opportunities with some of the most established technology providers in the industry (alongside some of the newest).

Ticket Summit 2019 Full Schedule | Speaker Bios | Attendees | Sponsors | Exhibitors

Ticket Summit is produced by TicketNetwork and DTI Management. Register now for your all access passes before prices go up by visiting TicketSummit.com/registration or by calling your TicketNetwork sales rep.

TicketNews Staff

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