Georgia Tech Reveals Basketball Weekend Ticket Packages
Georgia Tech has revealed a new Weekend Pack ticket plan for men’s basketball fans for the 2019-20 season. The new ticket package include the Yellow Jackets’ Saturday and Sunday home games at McCamish Pavilion, including the highly-antcipated match on January 18 against the national champion Virginia. In the announcement,... Read more
Warriors Plan Limited $25 Ticket Offer For 2019-20 season
Golden State Warriors fans have the chance to snag affordable $25 tickets to the Chase Center this season with new dual programs rolling out this year. The Warriors will offer 125 tickets for $25 a piece through “Dub Nation Deals.” Fans can register at www.warriors.com/tickets/deals for the chance to... Read more
Orioles Offer 1989 Ticket Prices To Celebrate 30th Anniversary
The Baltimore Orioles are celebrating their 30th anniversary by offering seats for the same price as tickets back in 1989. Fans can grab tickets for the Orioles’ series against the Houston Astros at Camden Yards on August 9 through 11 for only $6.50, as a part of the limited-time... Read more
Live Nation To Offer $25 All-In Tickets To Indianapolis Venues
Fans in Indiana can score $25 tickets to a handful of Live Nation venues in Indianapolis as a part of Live Nation’s Fourth of July Ticket Explosion promotion. During the sale, fans can grab tickets to 30 shows in Indiana at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, Farm Bureau Insurance... Read more
‘Be More Chill’ To Offer Special Limited-Time Ticket Offer To Fans
Fans of the play Be More Chill are in for a treat over the next two weeks to celebrate the show’s evolution and journey to Broadway. For this limited time, fans will be able to purchase tickets to the Broadway show at special prices via the play’s website. Theatergoers can... Read more
ShowClix Claims Responsibility For Burning Man Ticket Chaos
Two weeks ago, Burning Man fans faced various difficulties trying to secure passes to this year’s festival in the Nevadan desert. Now, the ticketing company behind the mess is apologizing for the “unintended side effects.” ShowClix, the ticketing company based out of Pittsburgh, apologized to Burners in a blog... Read more